I know it's possible to disable right-mouse-click, and that "no-cache" meta tags can be used to protect images. These are essentially stop-gap measures. I'm also aware of the benefits of Digimarc-type ID systems for after-the-fact protection. Has anyone come across a really *good* way of actually stopping folks from stealing photos/graphics placed online?
It is hard to protect those image online. Instead of using flash you can look at swish lite [swishzone.com]. It has a demo and saves flash movies for only $20. Not as powerful but I don't see a problem with what you want to do.
Like everything else a screen shot is going to foil your protection. It is just part of the game.
korkus2000 - I checked out the forum you recommended. Guess everyone's already discussed and thought of everything I'd thought of. I was just hoping.... Looks like the best option is still Flash, though I want to look at that Swish program in more detail.