Lots of question going around about what I plan on doing now that browsers have dropped support for flash. Guess I should answer them, the best I can.
Only browsers have dropped support for flash, which means you can still download the flashes themselves and play them offline on a standalone flash player. There are several, although I'm not sure which is best or which will stay around. But it'll be possible, at least.
There's also this flash emulator thing that Newgrounds have been working on. I haven't looked into it myself, so I don't know how it works or if it is any good.
As for those who wonder if I'm going to port it to HTLM5 or something; I don't know. I'm not coding the flashes myself, so I can't really say for sure. If HTML5 can even support the stuff that actionscript does or whatnot.
Some have suggested to make the flashes downloadable .exe files, which I suppose is an option? I don't know. I haven't really discussed it with Fallow.
I'm going to continue with my project til it is finished, however long that might take.
After that, I'm not sure. I guess I gotta move away from flash, but to what, I have no idea. Don't really wanna bother thinking about it until I get there. I can only work with and draw in flash, so if I switch programs, there's going to be a huge dip in quality, for sure. On the other hand, I'm not very happy with flash when it comes to making movie-like projects, since there's always a tiny bit of desync going on, which will get very noticable on a linear timeline that is longer than a minute or so. So ye, I dunno. We'll see.
I might have some better answers later on. But I just really wanna work on my project.
Which is what I'm going to continue to do soon, after I go get me something to eat. I'm gonna stream it
as I usually do these days. Be there if you wanna hang out or see how the progress is going.
Also, I'm going to take the days between christmas and new year's to work on this:
This episode have been put together by some of the people usually involved in Rock n' Raz, so it'll be a bit different!
It's also the longest episode so far, just a bit past 3 minutes of actual content. (Intro & Yo! finding sections not included, that is.)
I am, however, positive that it'll be received well. I don't really get a lot of response on these from the majority of my fanbase, but they're pretty popular amongst my friends and some other people within the community.
Well, whatever you think of Rock n' Raz, I consider the holiday end of December as a sort of a vacation. Once it's january, I'll get right back to the Zu & Jo part.