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Re: [Swftools-common] [swfcombine] SWF in a loop

From: Wouter Verheijen
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] [swfcombine] SWF in a loop
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 22:04:00 +0100

Well, -t does not quite do what I would like to achieve. It now
quickly jumps to the next movie after having played a few frames of
one file, and continues to do so.
Would I would like is just a sequence; i.e. play file01, then play
file02, then play03, then start over with file01 again.
When given the commad

  swfcombine -a file01.swf file02.swf file03.swf  -o  combined.swf

I get the sequence, but not the loop.


On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Chris Pugh <address@hidden> wrote:
> Try using the -t option, as in ..
>    swfcombine -t file01.swf file02.swf file03.swf  [ -o  combined.swf ]
> and see what happens then.
> Regards,
> Chris.
> 2009/1/27 Wouter Verheijen <address@hidden>:
>> Hi all,
>> I am very glad to have discovered the swftools; they will be of much use!
>> At the moment I am particulary interested in the swfcombine utility,
>> with the -a switch, to create a movie sequence for a public display.
>> The issue I encounter now is that the Flash player cannot play the
>> resulting swf file in a loop. That is, the playback stops at the last
>> frame of the movie, even though the "Loop" menu option is activated on
>> the Flash player. I would expect that the movie is restarted at the
>> first frame. Could you please shed some light on why this happens, and
>> possibly how it can be resolved? Thanks!!
>> (I tested with swftools-2009-01-06-2243, Flash Player 10 on Windows and 
>> Linux)
>> Regards,
>> Wouter

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