Flash :: Professional - If Try To Move The Folder Or Rename The Folder Movie Stops Working
Mar 31, 2010
i am trying to create a flash movie for my browser page. i am able to import and export the movie just fine, the problem comes after i export the movie. As long as i leave the flash file in the folder it was created in things work great. If i try to move the folder or rename the folder it stops working. It acts like it cant find the flv file i created the flash with. if i rename or move the folder back where it was created things work fine.
I am using Flash CS3 and Actionscript 2.0.I want to make a photo.jpg that is in my images folder load into a swf that is in a swf folder. It works fine when I have the photo.jpg in the same folder as the swf. But it does not work when I have the photo.jpg in a different folder. What must I do to the AS2 to make this happen? Here is the path: mcLoader.loadClip("swf/images/photo1.jpg",mcHolder);
I am creating an autorun exe file. Basically the CD is filled with markering materials. What I need to know is how to get Flash to open a folder on the CD so the viewer can pick from what is in side the folder.
I've been wondering something, websites like youtube (pandora does mp4s) play their music through a flash player. while each track is played, they're downloaded to the user's computer, e.g., /tmp/FlashXX*** This allows users to go and move the flv out of that folder for later playback.
However, when the user moves the flv out of the /tmp folder, the player continues to play the music/video quite happily. How does the flash player handle the removal of its file and why doesn't it throw errors from this?
More importantly, why are the flvs downloaded to the user in the first place if the player plays happily without them?
Is it possible to loadMovie into the main movie when the swf is not located in the same folder that the main swf is locatedThis is the script that works when I am loading the swf from the same folder as the main swf,
when I first created my website I defined it in a random folder of my own choosing. Now, many months of construction later I want add some php related stuff and have to setup a proper local testing server.
I therefore have to move the whole thing to an htpdocs subfolder in MAMP - how can I do this so all links and filepaths etc are updated?
I have my server configured so that the installation is on c:, and the media files are on d:.To begin with I tested the streaming files in the original installation location and this worked.I've have now moved the vod folder - D:applications:, and updated the FMS.ini file to accordingly look for the applications folder on the D: and restarted the server.The Administration console is correctly identifying the VOD and LIVE applications in the new location, but all the streams have stopped working
I'm trying to get the folder name (xml.folder.@name) based on the imagem variable content with the command: example: folderfile = beach.jpg (dir should be vacation) Quote: dir = xml.folder.(xml.folder.files.imagem == folderfile).@name;
I've just imported a Flex component into my project.I have a theory question about importing.all the imports statements in the component source files started with "com.subFolder.etc", but I have preferred to move the component folders into "componentName" and to replace all import statements as "componentName.com.subFolder.etc"
I see plenty of AS3 examples of loading 1 image file into a 1 frame movieclip, but how can you take a folder full of images, load them and treat each image as an individual frame of a single movieclip?
Create a new folder named AudioStreams at C:Program FilesAdobeFlash Media Server 4.5applications. Open the AudioStreams folder and add a new folder named streams. Inside this folder place a new folder named _definst_ and copy the four audio files in the Exercise to the _definst_ folder. I am confused when should we create definst folder and when C:Program FilesAdobeFlash Media Server 4.5applicationslivemedia folder?
i've worked wioth sub classes so I know how they work but I always work with everything all in one folder which can get messsy when there are a lot of classes to work through. So i started to make folders inside of my main folder but it's not working. Thought it may be to do with package names but as far as i know, for the whole "classes in separate folders" things that's how they are supposed to be.
I want to create a flash app where the site owner can simply put images in a folder, and the flash app finds all the images in the folder, and will display a slide show from them.
Is there any way to list all files in a folder, so I can load them without prior knowledge of their names? I'd prefer not to have to tell a dumb customer what an XML file is and how to edit it, and also the images need to keep their original names so I can get titles for the images from the names.
How do I import a set of images (a folder containing 10 images) into the timeline so that each picture appears in a separate keyframe? When I try to do this, all image seems to appear in a single keyframe. Or maybe this is they way to do it? I want to make a movieclip with 10 pictures showing after each other.
On this page are listed Source, Library, and External Library lists. I am working on a large flash project with hundreds of files. It appears that CS4 caches a copy of my fla's similarily named folders here, EVERY time I publish my files. These lists are now hundreds and hundreds of items long. I want to clear these lists, but the only option I can find is the minus sign.
Is there a way to wipe these lists clean, or, does anyone know an external xml file or such (i have serached), where this data is stored so I can manually remove it.
I'm a newbie to Flash. I'm learning how to create a flash based image gallery. How to call images from a folder to the main stage and animate the image to show for 1 second and the change to the next image as a slideshow in a loop. This is the home page of the gallery.
I am running CS3 but have to upgrade... so I downloaded a trial of Flash 5.5. The only components in the component window are video related. Where are the scroll components?? Do they not come with the software any more? Am I supposed to download those? If so how/where?
I am on Page 80 of the Flash Professional CS5.5 Bible by Wiley Publishing. I am running Windows 7 and I want to find the "Tools" folder to add a the Grid tool to my Tools. I cannot find it. Is there a way to get the Grid tool functionality without the Tools folder?