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Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac

Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac

Published By: ELTIMA Software GmbH
License Type: Shareware
Date Added: 22 October, 2007
Date Released: 30 June, 2005
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Category: Web Development / Flash Tools
Description of Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac program at Mac Shareware:


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Efficient Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac OS

Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac is a simple and very useful application that allows compressing Macromedia Flash files in a matter of a few mouse clicks. Using unique algorithms you will be able to compress SWF files up to 40-70 percent without significant quality loss, making Flash Optimizer an indispensable tool for every web-designer who wants to reduce incoming and outgoing traffic for his website. You may know nothing about morphs, shapes, fonts and other Macromedia Flash objects to be able to compress SWF file with a quality that suits you and your clients. We offer a set of predefined parameters you can select from to compress any complexity file. You can choose proper compression settings for a particular movie with optimization process preview feature. A handy SWF info button will show you details of Flash movies - like size in bytes, percentage of each kind of resources (shapes, pictures, videos, actions etc.) and general size of original and optimized files. Detailed animation view in 1 or 2 players with the zoom in and out function, customizable interface with several layout options make Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac very convenient and highly efficient in use for any Flash designer. In comparison with Flash Optimizer (Standard edition), Lite edition does not include Truncate Shapes, Truncate Fonts, Z-Buffer, Images, Zero-objects, and Scales optimization.

Flash Optimizer Lite for Mac is a free to try software. You can free download and try it for an evaluation period.
Price: $39.95
License: Shareware
Downloads: 124
Size: 1.2 MB

Platform: Mac OS X, Mac

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 with Safari 1.0 and later; Mac OS X v10.2.7 and later