Can shockwave be copied?

  Shortstop 19:25 22 Jan 2006


My son has to make a class presentation this week concerning how Oxbow lakes are formed and has found a nice animated Shockwave Presentation that he would like to use on a teacher recommended website.

Can this be copied for inclusion in a Powerpoint-style presentation? There is no issue on royalties, copyright or anything else & the animation explains the formation of the lake quite well.

Many thanks,


  Shortstop 20:15 22 Jan 2006


  stalion 22:10 22 Jan 2006

Why not email Shockwave and ask if you can use it

click here

  Shortstop 08:02 23 Jan 2006

Will do that!

  silverous 09:21 23 Jan 2006

Get a 'screen recording' program that will capture the shockwave as it plays as a movie (you can record anything on your screen), then embed that movie in powerpoint.

  Shortstop 09:36 23 Jan 2006

Sounds good [I didn't know that these existed - screen capture, yes but not screen recordings].

Do you know of any software?



  Shortstop 08:47 24 Jan 2006

My son has decided to try another style of presentation

  silverous 09:00 24 Jan 2006

on google, I found this as an example, haven't used it myself:

click here

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