PDF3D 10th Release Extends Rich Media Creation to Windows 7

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PDF3D Version 1.10.0 adds Flash Rich Media Controls for 3D PDF creation on Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2 platforms enabling advanced animation and complex scene controls for the 10th release.

At the 10th release PDF3D® solutions add rich media Flash® controls to 3D PDF generation, enabling everyone with the free Adobe® Reader 9 or higher enhanced team communication, collaboration, improved distributed decision making. Extended to 64-bit versions of Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2 and Linux, PDF3D v1.10.0 end-user and development tools are available immediately from http://www.pdf3d.co.uk .

Highlights of PDF3D version 1.10.0 new features include:

  • Windows 7, Windows 2008R2 (x64) platforms support added
  • Flash-based Interactive Controls added, modern look & feel, custom model tree menu, advanced animation, mouse probe reporting, model height, transparency and other controls for the 3D PDF generated scene. (Requires Acrobat or Adobe Reader 9 or higher),
  • Custom 3D Hierarchy methods added allowing filtering of the model hierarchy as presented to users through the new Model Tree Controls Flash-based interface.
  • Face Color and Indexed Color methods added to Interface APIs
  • Expanded source examples added to show worked examples of key-frame and model sequence animation
  • Over 50 technical improvements

By utilizing the convergence of Flex, Flash, Actionscript, Javascript and 3D scenes in the Adobe release 9, the PDF3D team has developed 3D PDF generation drop-in solutions which combine the best of rich media interactive computer graphics technology. The new Flash based controls offer a new level of sophisticated controls for manipulating 3D model visualizations, improving the communication and ease of use to readers, accessible to users and developers without any knowledge of the underlying technology. New Flash controls are available through PDF3DReportGen 3D PDF generator, PDF3DXmlServer and the full PDF3D-SDK toolkit for developers.

PDF3D (http://www.pdf3d.co.uk) is an innovative independent 3D technical publishing technology for 3D models viewable in PDF documents. Covering a wide range of applications from geology, aerospace, architecture, product packaging, and online sales & marketing, PDF3D makes it practical to distribute interactive 3D documents to everyone with the free Adobe Reader.

The ISO9001:2000 certified professional services team provides custom 3D PDF workflows, system integration and novel user interface development services.


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