Graphics & Photo Software Animation Sothink SWF Quicker

Sothink SWF Quicker 5.4 for Windows

by SourceTec Software

Avg. Rating 3.7 (29 votes)

File Details

File Size 19.9 MB
License Shareware, $84.95
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,211
Publisher SourceTec Software
Homepage Sothink SWF Quicker

Publisher's Description

SWF Quicker is an absolutely versatile and 'full value' Flash animation maker. Its latest version supports Flash CS4 (V10). You can find all you have ever heard about: shape design, Motion/Shape/Image Tween creation, guided motion and adding stream audio. Also, you can edit SWF directly. With this unique Flash animation software, you can import the SWF file and edit it as you like. This Flash maker can edit almost all elements of SWF files, such as Text, Shape, URL, ActionScript, etc. totally without FLA. It is the best Flash animation maker that you will find to create Flash video with the highest quality without worrying about the platform or format. With ActionScript 2.0/3.0 Class and Object Oriented programming, designing and making interactive game have never become so easy. There are a large number of built-in effects, which allow you to make unique animations with text, shape, movie clips, etc. Together with Flash filters and various templates, you can definitely add appeal to your entertainment. The timeline and customizable panels comply with the international standards for animation programs. The rich output formats - SWF, EXE, GIF and AVI will satisfy your different needs of sharing Flash arts, and the free tutorial centre teaches you how to create Flash arts easily! Furthermore, you can email us, share your ideas on our forum or chat in our Sothink chat room where any of your questions, comments and proposals will be greatly appreciated. We will be happy to get back to you as soon as possible.

Latest Reviews

AntiochMedia

AntiochMedia reviewed v2.0 RC on Dec 17, 2005

I am a SWiSHMax user -- I registered the software.

From my evaluation of Sothink SWF Quicker - the first thing that was noticeable is that the interface was much more polished than SWiSH. The menus and menu icons are very nice, very modern and overall, the interface leaves you with a much greater area to work with.

Upon opening, a Wizard greets you asking if you would like to create an album, banner, navigation buttons, and slide show -- or blank document. This is a wonderful feature that will enable Sothink to market this product to novices -- and I mean novices. SWiSH novices have to have a little direction to get anything done =).

Sothink includes a handful of effects, much better than SWiSH 2.0, but not on par with SWiSHMax.

Sothink also supports ActionScript -- which Flash users will feel at home with -- SWiSH uses it's own scripting language - Swish Script. As an avid SWiSHMax user, I feel that I will have to bite the bullet and start unlearning some things progressively to figure this one out.

Sothink SWF --WILL-- import MPG, WMV, and other video/audio formats -- a feature not offered within SWiSHMax, and only available in SWiSHVideo - a separate program. I tested the compression on a 4.58MB WMV file and it generated a 2.5MB Flash file. I'm very impressed. The default compression settings on SWiSHVideo do a poor job of compression video to an agreeable download size.

When you look at the price tag for SoThink -- $49.99 vs. SWiSHMax at $99.99 + SWiSHVideo at $49.99, Sothink SWF is 1/3 of the price.

So, at this point, I will continue to use SWiSHMax because I'm pretty dangerous in SWiSHMax -- but I will continue to watch this product closely and toy with it until I'm comfortable with it. It just feels so much more stable, properly designed, and looks to have more potential.

I'm definately rating it 5/5. Whether I will replace SWiSH with this is anyone's guess -- I feel that I would like to as this is just a wonderful application.

dzjepp

dzjepp reviewed v2.0 RC on Dec 16, 2005

How does this compare to swish?

Avg. Rating 3.7 (29 votes)
Your Rating
AntiochMedia

AntiochMedia reviewed v2.0 RC on Dec 17, 2005

I am a SWiSHMax user -- I registered the software.

From my evaluation of Sothink SWF Quicker - the first thing that was noticeable is that the interface was much more polished than SWiSH. The menus and menu icons are very nice, very modern and overall, the interface leaves you with a much greater area to work with.

Upon opening, a Wizard greets you asking if you would like to create an album, banner, navigation buttons, and slide show -- or blank document. This is a wonderful feature that will enable Sothink to market this product to novices -- and I mean novices. SWiSH novices have to have a little direction to get anything done =).

Sothink includes a handful of effects, much better than SWiSH 2.0, but not on par with SWiSHMax.

Sothink also supports ActionScript -- which Flash users will feel at home with -- SWiSH uses it's own scripting language - Swish Script. As an avid SWiSHMax user, I feel that I will have to bite the bullet and start unlearning some things progressively to figure this one out.

Sothink SWF --WILL-- import MPG, WMV, and other video/audio formats -- a feature not offered within SWiSHMax, and only available in SWiSHVideo - a separate program. I tested the compression on a 4.58MB WMV file and it generated a 2.5MB Flash file. I'm very impressed. The default compression settings on SWiSHVideo do a poor job of compression video to an agreeable download size.

When you look at the price tag for SoThink -- $49.99 vs. SWiSHMax at $99.99 + SWiSHVideo at $49.99, Sothink SWF is 1/3 of the price.

So, at this point, I will continue to use SWiSHMax because I'm pretty dangerous in SWiSHMax -- but I will continue to watch this product closely and toy with it until I'm comfortable with it. It just feels so much more stable, properly designed, and looks to have more potential.

I'm definately rating it 5/5. Whether I will replace SWiSH with this is anyone's guess -- I feel that I would like to as this is just a wonderful application.

dzjepp

dzjepp reviewed v2.0 RC on Dec 16, 2005

How does this compare to swish?

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