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[Swftools-common] Re: Swftools-common Digest, Vol 54, Issue 13

From: Raphael Villas
Subject: [Swftools-common] Re: Swftools-common Digest, Vol 54, Issue 13
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 08:27:49 -0500

Thanks for the response on this...

A couple of questions: 
1) So, to clarify, would '#1' be the target name of the movie clip in the fdviewer.swf that is replaced with the document swf (in this case, 'pdf-converted.swf')?

2) Is there documentation on what functions are usable for this movie clip? I'd imagine anything that can manipulate the MovieClip would be available... but is are there other ways to work with the embedded images within the 'viewport' movieclip (e.g. treat them as movie clips themselves) outside of using 'goToAndStop()'?

Thanks in advance.


On Mar 15, 2008, at 5:31 AM, address@hidden wrote:

On Sat, Mar 01, 2008 at 10:32:50PM -0600, Raphael Villas <address@hidden> wrote:

2) Why are the example command line options for FDViewer different  

than the ones given for the pdf2swf tool?


FDViewer example:

swfcombine -X 800 -Y 600 -o exported.swf fdviewer.swf '#1'="pdf- 


This command replaces object #1 in the file fdviewer.swf with 

your document (pdf-converted.swf).

pdf2swf example:

swfcombine --dummy `swfdump -XY tmp.swf` flashfile.swf -o exported.swf

This command only adjusts the size of the file "flashfile.swf" to

be the same as "tmp.swf"- it will not combine two files.



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