Difference between revisions of "Card Types"

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Revision as of 06:31, 28 August 2008

Cards can be of the following types:


Card Type Definition Music File Type
Postcard These are cards which are of one frame only, with no animated elements. The music plays from a separate file (MP3,MID). GIF, JPG, PNG
Animated These are cards which are of one or multiple frames, with or without animated elements. The music plays from a separate file (MP3,MID). GIF
Flash These are cards which are of one or multiple frames / scenes, with or without animated elements. The music is embedded inside the same flash file. SWF
Interactive These are cards which are of one or multiple frames / scenes, with or without animated elements, with user interactivity. The music is embedded inside the same flash file. SWF