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Re: [Swftools-common] Little bit of difficulty

From: James Revie
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] Little bit of difficulty
Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 14:32:39 -0800
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Thank you for your note.  I did get it resolved.  What I foundout is that even though I sepcify "viewport" -- if I have another empty MC in the viewer --- swfcombine seems to put another, but smaller version of the combined swf into the second empty MC -- even if it has a different name.  

The solution was to place something in the other MC -- then swfcombine didn't place anything in it, but just in the specified "viewport" MC.  


Matthias Kramm wrote:
On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 12:49:03PM -0800, James Revie wrote:
This works great for the first step.  Now if I want to add another movie 
-- to "myoutput.swf" -- called "action.swf" and have it placed in the 
new output file in a MC called "browse" (the MC browse was originally in 
the "myviewer.swf" file which is now combined) -- I've used this:

swfcombine -o newestoutput.swf myoutput.swf browse=action.swf

Now for some reason this script takes the original outputted swf 
("myoutput.swf) and places it in the MC called browse. 

Can't produce that here­ but anyway (see my other post) I'd use

swfcombine -Tm myoutput.swf action.swf -o newestoutput.swf

for the second step. Let me know if that still doesn't work.



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