We made in 10 days a web documentary exercice with students of a french journalist school. Most of the elements have been made by the students themselves after a 4 hour lesson. It's great to see how they managed to understand the software in so little time, most of them knowing almost nothing about programmation and animation (most of them knew about video editing and thus timeline, btw).
They made their part using the retail version of Hype the school bought and I put them all together with my own beta of Hype 3, mainly because Symbols are such a great feature !
Considering the whole job has been made in 2 weeks (open days only), it's a great job, even if it may need some improvements, especially for speed reasons (it's all made around a random choice of scenes) and compatibility. any piece of advice would be great
Strangely, the program behaves better on Firefox (fluidity).
This experience taught me a lot and gives me new suggestion about how to improve Hype. I'll let you know.
Anyway, this will roll on our networks and be sure Hype will be greatly put forward, for it is, in my opinion, the best tool to make that kind of application.
Here it is (French/Firefox friendly)