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Difference between 1Site and HyperPublish
« on: Apr 18th, 2007, 9:15am »
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I am trying to figure out what to purchase and an not sure of the difference between the two programs?  Can you please explain the differences?  
 
I will be purchasing CDFrontEnd Pro and to make a multimedia DVD.  I then want to use what I have done in CDFE on our website.  Which program do I need to change the CDFE to be used on the internet?
 
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Re: Difference between 1Site and HyperPublish
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1site will be sufficient for you, I believe.
 
HP has some additional features such "auto-install" for CD that you probably don't need. CDFrontEnd has auto-run
 
Usually you choose “auto-install” for catalogues (where the end user will want to permanently install the stuff on his/her PC in order to avoid always having the CD within the drive), and “auto-run” for brochures (where the end user just wants to quickly see, without having to install anything on his PC).
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