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Flypaper Studio wins 'best entry level to digital signage' award

Flypaper Studio Inc., making Flash and motion graphics creation simple for digital signage, announced that they have won a 2010 CHAMP Award by rAVe DS [digital signage], a news source for the digital signage industry.
Flypaper received the award for the “Best Entry Level to digital signage” package, and was named among 15 other digital signage solutions. Products and companies were honored for their various innovative applications that break new ground and provide exceptional value in the digital signage space.
“Flypaper made a huge splash at the digital signage Expo as the only software solution that empowered businesses to very quickly and easily develop high-impact, interactive touch-screen Flash or motion graphics content. Our uniqueness apparently showed and we’re thrilled to get this award from rAVe,” said Don Pierson, founder and dresident of Flypaper. “We solve a big problem for digital signage: how do organizations create and maintain high-quality content without spending thousands of dollars per finished content minute? The old broadcast axiom — that content is king — holds true for digital signage. Flypaper is simple enough for anyone in the enterprise to use and produce professional quality results.”

“I think much of what’s out there in the DS market to create content is way too complicated to figure out, and requires you to hire a professional designer. Flypaper is something that anyone can use,” said Gary Kayye, publisher of rAVe DS [digital signage].

The Flypaper Flash Content Creation Platform is a licensed environment where companies can easily and quickly create digital signage content. Users benefit from hundreds of available templates or create their own templates in a WYSIWYG environment. With dozens of pre-packaged Flash-based Flypaper components available, it’s easy for anyone to add dazzling animation, sophisticated interactivity, create content that dynamically updates itself, and much more, says Flypaper. digital signage output options include SWF and video formats (H.264, MP4, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-2 TS) at any aspect ratio and at screen resolutions up to 2K Film Resolution.

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