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Re: [Swftools-common] incremental loading of slides

From: Boris Reitman
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] incremental loading of slides
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2010 19:02:13 +0200


When I run pdf2swf without default viewer, and with --stop option, the
output SWF is loading quick, just the first frame.  However, if I use
the SimpleViewer (-b option) then all of the SWF must load until I see
the first frame and the buttons.  Same with rfxview viewer.  It is a
bug, and it think it occurs because the viewport child in is declared
before the buttons.  I tried writing my own viewer in AS3 and AS2 but
didn't succeed. Any help would be appreciated.


> The purpose of a (pre-)loader, is to waste time showing a pretty animated 
> picture
> while the poor user waits patiently for a sizable swf file ( in this instance 
> your
> slide collection conversion ) to load.  Once the swf is fully loaded the first
> page of it is viewable.
> Since you want to load and view your converted pdf frame by frame, page by
> page, slide by slide, n effect 'streaming' it, you *DO NOT* need to waste time
> using a (pre-)loader!  You simply need a *viewer* to play back those 
> individual
> frames.

>  http://wiki.swftools.org/index.php/Pdf2swf

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