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wildr3d
03-06-2010, 10:39 AM
We just launched our new Games page showcasing the work we do here at the "BoX" Rhythm&Hues.

http://www.rhythm.com/commercials/games/

zapper1998
03-06-2010, 01:15 PM
cool....

I like it .. yep
Organized ... yep
Loads FAST .. .. thats a Major plus right there..
Need Bigger images of things
Most people have BIG monitors now...




my 1.9836486938826483457930450293650947603745 cents worth ... hehehe

Cool ... :)

Shiny_Mike
03-09-2010, 04:20 PM
Awesome stuff Ken!

focus3d
03-09-2010, 05:33 PM
Wow, amazing stuff. Were you involved in the Fable 2 stop motion style animation at all? I always thought that must have been a ***** to build.

biliousfrog
03-10-2010, 06:53 AM
I'm using Windows 7 x64, Firefox, all latest updates, flash etc....the videos are blacked out, I've got audio but no video

Tried Internet Exporer and got the same problem only a white screen.

It's probably down to the Quicktime and 64bit issues but it usually only affects the play controls not the entire video. I'd go for Flash personally anyway, it's much more widely supported nowadays, especially with Apple's lack of commitment to support 64bit operating systems.

Shiny_Mike
03-10-2010, 11:24 AM
biliousfrog: They play fine* on my XP64 (*fine as in visible but with the usual 64 bit play controls problem) so maybe it's something else?

wildr3d
03-10-2010, 12:17 PM
cool....

I like it .. yep
Organized ... yep
Loads FAST .. .. thats a Major plus right there..
Need Bigger images of things
Most people have BIG monitors now...




my 1.9836486938826483457930450293650947603745 cents worth ... hehehe

Cool ... :)

Thanks for the comments,
I agree about the movie sizes, I believe it came down to wanting the movies to load as fast as possible. Also many of these spots were D1
resolution.

wildr3d
03-10-2010, 12:21 PM
I'm using Windows 7 x64, Firefox, all latest updates, flash etc....the videos are blacked out, I've got audio but no video

Tried Internet Exporer and got the same problem only a white screen.

It's probably down to the Quicktime and 64bit issues but it usually only affects the play controls not the entire video. I'd go for Flash personally anyway, it's much more widely supported nowadays, especially with Apple's lack of commitment to support 64bit operating systems.

I've heard others having this problem, a different department from ours set up the website, I will let them know about this.