September 10, 2006

FlashFilterLab: Visual effects builder for Flash

As I’ve mentioned previously, I came to Adobe to hijack the brains of people smarter than me, getting them to make crazy technology accessible to regular creative folks. Along those lines, it’s great to see FlashFilterLab, a free project that lets you leverage the Flash Player’s new runtime filter effects by using a drag-and-drop visual system instead of writing code. The FFL gallery encourages sharing & community review. Nice! [Via Mark Baltzegar]
Related: Filter Forge brings a similar approach to creating Photoshop filters. Big ups to the brainiacs who are opening these technologies to broad experimentation.

Posted by John Nack at 4:21 PM on September 10, 2006

Comments

  • Ernesto Anaya Adalid — 10:09 AM on October 05, 2006

    could you be so nice to let me get in those delicious plugins for flash freely?
    [I’m not sure I understand your question. I believe the FlashFilterLab stuff is already free. –J.]

  • Suresh — 8:00 AM on August 05, 2007

    would like to learn and share more flash effects

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