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Re: [Swftools-common] maybe it's a offtopic, so don't shoot me please :)

From: phonosynthese
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] maybe it's a offtopic, so don't shoot me please :)
Date: Thu, 08 Sep 2005 23:25:50 +0100
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i checked every possible combination with swfcombine's
options (even senseless ones..): none of the resulting
swfs could be properly imported back into flash.

nevertheless, these swfs work when loaded via loadMovie!
so i guess it's rather a flash import issue as chris
mentioned before. for me, loadMovie is ok for now. when
flash 8 is out the problem will be solved anyway because
then, loadMovie will support pngs.

thanks anyway and keep up the good work!


Matthias Kramm schrieb:
On Mon, Sep 05, 2005 at 01:24:20PM +0100, phonosynthese wrote:

first of all, thank you for checking out this issue.

i zipped all 'project' files and uploaded them:


the zip contains the concerned swf (testswf.swf)
and a php script which does the following:

- grab all filenames in the 'img' directory. convert
 the pngs to swf if necessary.

- trigger swfcombine to combine all swfs to one
 single animation swf.

Hm, I see that you're using both the -a and -t options,
which doesn't make much sense (you can either stack or concatenate,
but not both).
Not sure why swfcombine doesn't prevent you from doing that (it
usally gives an error on bad option combinations), but in any case it
cases a somewhat strange SWF to be generated (lots of empty sprites,
multiply BACKGROUNDCOLOR tags etc.
Try to run either "swfcombine -a" or "swfcombine -t". Maybe that
fixes the problems you see.



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