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Re: [Swftools-common] SWF Extract question

From: Chris Pugh
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] SWF Extract question
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 00:15:53 +0000

Hi there Chantal,

First off, a recommendation.  If you wnat to play with sound in
general, then a scalpel knife is better than a blunt chisel!  See,


Secondly, it is possible that you didn't actually do anything 'wrong',
especially as Flash can be very picky  ( amongst other things ) about
the header and bit rate information contained within an mp3.  Perfectly
possible that Cleaner XL - Autodesk? - did something slightly quirky with
the file?  Incidentallly,  pay tell, why was it you encoded the mp3 to swf
and then promptly chose to extract back out again in order to play it?!

Maybe if would care to post the code and/or mp3 in question, someone
could give you a better idea of what was happening.




>2009/2/2 Chantal Tremblay <address@hidden>:
> Hi!
> I have a sound in a swf (converted from wav with Cleaner XL). I tried to
> extract the mp3 with swfExtract and the result seems to be fine. But when I
> try to control this mp3 with flash (sndChannel.position), the sound seems to
> be corrupted (no sound, everything is frozen). I tried to convert the same
> sounds from waves to mp3 directly and everything seems ok to control it.
> Do you know what am I doing wrong with SWFExtract?
> Thanks!
> Chantal

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