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Webpage with surf animation: How did they create it?

Please take a look at this site and tell me whatever you can about how they created the animation of surf coming onto a beach.  http://www.myidealbeach.com/

Is iit just done with painstaking attention to hundreds of little details? Or perhaps very advanced action script ...

Thanks,

John
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Interesting. So it looks so real because it is real. Tat knowledge is dfinitely worth the points.But the sand doesn't look real  and the very end of the surf retreating doesn't look real. I'm guessing then that the video of the surf was laid over a created image background in a video program.?

In any event, how were you able to download the actual swf's to decompile them?

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John
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Thanks, Zeffer. Do you happen to know what the path would be in Vista?
Zeffer

no I don't..but sorry I left a folder out so try..
C:\\Documents and Settings\My User Name\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files

in vista you may have to go..\Local Settings\Temp\Temporay Internet files\Content IE6.. and look in one of the folders that gets created to hold files..they have wierd names like..N1WALFR   ..89I389M

to find a swf look at the source in the browser window ..View/Source and get it's name..then in the temporary files you can find it easily as the files are listed alphabetically.

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