|Subject:||Re: [Swftools-common] size of swfs|
|Date:||Tue, 20 Mar 2007 16:58:21 +0100|
I just had a problem loading a swf generated with pdf2swf within my flash application, I got the wrong width and height for the document after loading the complete movie clip. I then searched the lists and find your solution in an old post.
now my questing is, are there anyway to get the clip bounding boxes from inside flash to calculate the original movie size from the real movie size (took the names from swfbbox)? and for curiosity, why are pdf2swf changing the bounding box?
On Wed, Jan 18, 2006 at 09:49:11AM +0100, Benedikt Quirmbach wrote:
> The loaded swf should be scaled into a certain space in my flash movie.
> But it is scaled incorrect. With "handmade" swfs my movie works fine.
> So it must be something wrong in the converted pdf-swfs.
I'm guessing you query the loaded movieclip for it's width and height,
in order to scale it?
Try postprocessing it with
swfbbox -c file.swf -o file.swf
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