I had an irritating problem with InDesign CS5 this week. It seems after uninstalling the CS4 version of InDesign, Windows 7 no longer recognised the default program for the .INDD file type. I presumed this was because when I installed the CS5 version the installer left the default version set to CS4 still and then removing CS4 confused it (a glitch in the CS5 installer).
Blender is a fantastic program – I love it. It is an open source, 3D package that does so much more.
However, there are several scripts that you can use to really help you create things within Blender. These Blender scripts are also free, and are created in Python. Here is a list of Blender scripts that I would recommend everyone check out…
ByteArrays are very useful. I use them when saving image data out in the form of jpgs or pngs. You can also use them with sound data.
However someone recently asked me what about video? Can we use them to hold video data?
Well, pre-flash player 10.1 the answer is no. But now with flash player 10.1 you can use ByteArrays and videos with Actionscript 3. The methods concerned are…
…running off the NetStream class.