how to make 3D Carousel Flash

Published: 22nd September 2009
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I found that many people were interested in 3D carousel template and 3D carousel flash. I have made one a few days ago, and I wrote down the tutorial wishing to help you. This tutorial shows you how to create 3D carousel flash and insert it on website, MySpace, Blogger, etc.






I have made 3D carousel flash with Flash Gallery Factory which is an easy to use 3D flash gallery software. It includes 25+ free 3D flash templates and various output formats: HTML, SWF, EXE, Screensaver and Email.



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See the sample here

This tutorial will include two part:


1. How to create 3D carousel flash;


2. How to insert 3D carousel flash on website;



 



Step 1: Install Flash Gallery Factory and import photos.



Install your downloaded software and run it. First choose Mode and then the program will go to "Browse" tab by default. Click "Add photo" build-in button to add your photos or just drag selected images to storyboard directly. If you want to add background music, please click "Add Music" button to add it.



Step 2: Select 3D carousel flash template



Go to Template Tab, and select "3D Theme" , then you will find 3D carousel template among these 25+ free 3D flash template.



Step 3: Add image caption/description and hyperlinks to photos



Click "Edit Photo" Tab above the storyboard and it will turn out a pop-up window. Select "Properties" item to add image caption/description and hyperlinks to photos.



Step 4: Publish to save your 3D carousel flash



The 3D flash gallery software provides various output formats, so you can publish your 3D carousel flash as SWF, HTML or EXE formats as you like. For Uploading on website, please publish it as SWF or HTML format.



Step 5: Upload 3D carousel flash on website



Upload the created SWF file to any web hosting and get the file's URL. If you don't have a personal web host, you can upload your SWF file to Google Sites for free. Then Copy and paste the following HTML code on your web page, MySpace or Blogger, so long as it supports HTML code. Then replace the SWF file's address to its real address. You can also change the size of 3D flash by revising the red number "264" and "550".























 



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