3D Image Changer is a multifunctional Flash component based on advanced technology that allows changing images on screen by means of their 3D rotation. The component provides an easy and understandable way for adding graphic objects of different types to internal “Images Collection”. You can attach not only the external graphic files but also symbols and bitmaps from library to your collection.
Use 3D Image Changer to create any of the following:
- Photo gallery
- 3D Image rotator
- Slide show
- Image rollover
5 built-in 3D rotation effects
3D rotation effects reproduce rotation of specified geometrical figures. 3D Image Changer includes the following five effects:
- prismatic quadrangular
- prismatic triangular
- cylindrical convex
- cylindrical concave
- plane rectangular
3 additional visual effects
You can apply one of 3 additional visual effect to the component:
Full-featured navigation system to control images in collection
Navigation system provides built-in navigation and sequencing capabilities, and lets you easily step through the objects that the “Images collection” contains. The “Images Collection” is the 2-dimensional array where images are stored as BitmapData objects.
Use ActionScript methods and properties to build advanced navigation through images in collection.
Both external and internal graphic objects support
You can attach images to collection in three different ways of your choice:
- using the Images Collection authoring parameter in the Component inspector
- creating configuration XML -file for loading external graphic files (JPEG, GIF , PNG, SWF )
- using the ActionScript method addImage() to add single images of supported types to collection
Also, you can use ActionScript to manage images in collection.
Advanced ActionScript control
3D Image Changer has a unique set of ActionScript methods, properties, and events that allows you to set parameters and additional options at runtime.
Fully documented and tested
The complete User guide for the product.
The package contains a PDF documentation, MXP file (Flash extension), source code (FLA, AS) and usage samples (FLA, XML ).