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Problem exporting flash movie

by marcelomdsc / November 3, 2008 11:48 PM PST

Hello I?ve created a website that is 1024x768. Some of the items in it are animated and they move out of the stage.
I want to simply export my movie in .exe and .html and only see what?s within the 1024x768 dimensions.

how would i do that?

here is an image that shows the prblem...

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Re: problem exporting flash movie
by Kees Bakker / November 4, 2008 4:44 PM PST

- Sorry, but it isn't clear to me how the image shows the problem.
- Why not make a different flash with the sizes you need?
- "simply export a movie in .exe and .html" isn't simple, I'm afraid. And if even if you could, it wouldn't show in a browser window, probably.


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by marcelomdsc / November 4, 2008 7:57 PM PST

-the yellow part is the stage, the black part is the background, so the image shouldnt be on the black part.

-cause that "flash" has the dimensions I need, why make a new one?

-not sure what you meant by "isn't simple, I'm afraid. And if even if you could", you can export a flash movie in .exe and .html, not sure what you mean. And it does show in a browser window.


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