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I am new to the flash world.  I tying to determine if the 360 degree images at the URL below where built with an out-of-the-box tool or developed from scratch with flash.  I want to be able to replicate this time of presentation on an almost assembly line basis and need something that will require minimal training for my staff.  I am already familiar with the photography end of this system and am hoping someone would recogize this as the output of a particular product.

http://jlgshop.com/index.cfm/view/detail/code/JLGMOD5/JLG-Die_Cast_Models-gradall_544d_telehandler
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this is sequence of some image files ( usally movie file ) from camira video or D program then u imort it into flash and apply some action script to it to controll it like what u want
i think there are some programs which make panorama and 360 degree effects ...
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