Advanced Effect Maker
Advanced Effect Maker
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Advanced Effect Maker2.02

12 October 2009

Create Flash and JavaScript effects.

Overview

Advanced Effect Maker... Create Flash and JavaScript effects such as slide shows, messengers, scrollers, games, Web navigation menus and more with the click of a button. You can have a fully customized Web effect ready in less than 4 minutes and even send it by e-mail or create screensavers. It contains 40 customizable effects of which 17 are freeware effects and 23 are adware effects (these have a small link and delay at the applet initialization).

What's new in Advanced Effect Maker

Version 2.02:
  • Supports Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

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3 Reviews of Advanced Effect Maker

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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 1.5

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Nice idea, none of these around for Mac, they all seeem to be PC, but you can't preview an effect like it says you can. it just says 'no applet selected'. I think you'll find there is.... And double-clicking an effect or hitting 'edit' just says'parsing effect data' for ever on my G4 DP 1.25Ghz (MDD) with 1.25Gb RAM - maybe thats the 'under four minutes' the review was talking about. I'll scroe a 2 on stability because even though it hasn't done anything yet it hasn't unexpectedly quit! Long and short = great idea, we should see more like this, but program is full of holes and almost unusable because of these holes. More testing please! Would love to use this but physically cant.
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1.75
Anonymous
15 May 2005
Version: 1.5
A real piece of crap direct from Windows. Terrible interface, say un-intuitive at best. Won't re-open its own projects. Unispiring effects. I wasted the every seconds I tried this thing.
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4.75
Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 1.5
Actually the problems I reported were down to a mis-written read me file. It says 'simply double click the icon' but this only works if you copy the app from the disk image to the HD. so - stability is good lol previews work as expected. huzzah!
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 1.5
Nice idea, none of these around for Mac, they all seeem to be PC, but you can't preview an effect like it says you can. it just says 'no applet selected'. I think you'll find there is.... And double-clicking an effect or hitting 'edit' just says'parsing effect data' for ever on my G4 DP 1.25Ghz (MDD) with 1.25Gb RAM - maybe thats the 'under four minutes' the review was talking about. I'll scroe a 2 on stability because even though it hasn't done anything yet it hasn't unexpectedly quit! Long and short = great idea, we should see more like this, but program is full of holes and almost unusable because of these holes. More testing please! Would love to use this but physically cant.
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