October 06, 2007

Full-screen Flash slideshows come to Photoshop

I’m pleased to report that designer/developer Todd Dominey has connected his excellent SlideShowPro Web gallery technology to Photoshop.  SlideShowPro is a highly customizable Flash component that works with Flash MX 2004 and above, enabling Flash authors to create slick SWF galleries that support goodness like full-screen mode (click the button in the lower-right corner of the gallery on the home page) and streaming audio (example).

Now it’s possible to use Photoshop to batch-resize images & generate the XML file needed to power a gallery.  Scripts for Photoshop CS2 & CS3 are downloadable from the site by anyone who purchases SlideShowPro ($29.95).

Posted by John Nack at 5:38 PM on October 06, 2007

Comments

  • jimhere — 3:13 PM on October 07, 2007

    There’s several free ones like this over at kirupa.com. And they’re actually customizable.

  • Bret Stern — 3:42 PM on October 16, 2007

    I was searching for a spyware
    association with Adobe which seems to popping up recently.
    It is my opinion, Adobe is installing software which goes
    beyond the functionality
    needed to support it’s
    programs. Spyware is a broadly used term, but to most
    users, anything they don’t specifically ask to install,
    and uses the internet to
    perform any service is spyware.
    I don’t trust Adobe to do
    the right thing.
    And certainly don’t trust
    Adobe partners to be any more
    honest.

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