You are going from a proprietary format of WMV to ____. The WMV can be very proprietary. Try something like MPEG 2 (dull, boring, not high tech high compression yah yah) as your source for the converter next time. And MP3 for the audio too.
I'm looking for a program that will allow audio & video to remain in sync once converted to SWF. I've tried "SWF Video Converter" (multifaceted & very easy to use!), but the finished video pauses in various spots and then the audio is out of sync. This is very discouraging to say the least. (The wmva file is 19MB, so it's pretty huge). I own MMFlash MX, however, importing into the library is 2-phase, first video, then audio. I get that far. The problem is, once it's in the library, Flash MX crashes when placing it in a frame - I'm assuming it's due to the size. So Flash MX is useless in this capacity. Without spending $600-700 for a top-of-the-line program, has anyone had any luck with other s/w programs, try-before-you-buy? I'm looking to embed the swf into an html page for posting on the web. The video is a audio/video tribute to my brother's Vietnam War service as a helicopter pilot.
Thanks in advance for any advice you can give!