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  • Ming (Python/Zope module) - Free (LGPL)
    Ming is a library for generating dynamic SWF ("Flash") movies. It comprises all of the functionality of Flash 4, except for sound events (streaming mp3 is supported, though). The Python wrapper presents the movie components as objects in the Python environment, making programmatic movie generation easy and intuitive. Ming is also now available as a Zope module.

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