RE: CD Browsers, Tutorials, DemoShield

Subject: RE: CD Browsers, Tutorials, DemoShield
From: "Phil Saum (UK)" <phils -at- eu -dot- citrix -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 12:44:31 +0100

>Has anyone used DemoShield to create a CD Browser or Tutorial? I'm
researching now and wondered what everyone else uses to create a CD Browser
for a CD that has several products to install on it. Also, wondering if
it's a good thing to use to create a Tutorial of if I should stick with
RoboHelp and HTML for that...

I can confidently recommend DemoShield for producing a CD frontend. It is
really easy to use once you get your head around the weird UI. The thing I
like the best about DS is the fact that you can use it to create a CD that
will autorun and play on almost any PC.

I have use Demoshield to create product overviews before, and it can be used
to launch Lotus Screencam files which are useful for software demos. As for
a tutorial? I suppose it depends on how complex it is: Demoshield does not
handle large quantities of text very well.

Phil Saum
Technical Writer

CiTR!X Systems

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