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    You can try accessing the CD periodically to keep...

    You can try accessing the CD periodically to keep it spinning. Load a blank swf or access a dummy variable from a text/xml file... or something like that.

    Or you can put the load command in each...
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    ceglia, did you get this to work? I'm looking at...

    ceglia, did you get this to work? I'm looking at doing a similar thing.

    Thanks,
    DigitalDog
  3. Size issues using multidimensional array

    Has anyone experienced any performance or other problems using large multidimensional arrays with Flash MX?

    My project is a cross-platform CD-ROM featuring 2500 images, subsets of which are...
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    Don't quote me on this, but for Flash 5 there...

    Don't quote me on this, but for Flash 5 there used to be FlashTools (free) and maybe the Flashants product for some uses are free...
  5. just my opinion... Be kind to your viewer! Be...

    just my opinion...

    Be kind to your viewer! Be very careful about messing with the viewer's system settings.

    Assumptions (yeah, I know :)
    If your viewer is running their system at 640 x 480...
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    Yes, depending on what features you require it...

    Yes, depending on what features you require it can be done in Flash. I am currently working on a catalog application for a client with about 2,000 items in it.

    Search the Movie section of...
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    Hightech2, Your option #1 is the better...

    Hightech2,

    Your option #1 is the better option. Load your "movie" files from the CD into level2 of your main movie. That way they load on top of your main movie and will replace each other when...
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    There are different strategies, depending on what...

    There are different strategies, depending on what you are attempting to accomplish..... A couple of questions:

    What do you need to demo? Video? Hi-res images? Applications?

    How large are the...
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    With a projector that is 200MB... I'm thinking...

    With a projector that is 200MB... I'm thinking that you are about 196MB over what Macromedia recommends :)

    It seems to me that the larger the projector file, the less stable it is when deploying,...
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    Don't know if this is an option for you, but you...

    Don't know if this is an option for you, but you could "hide" the swf files on the Mac partition of your CD. Maybe also on the PC side, I can't remember. Otherwise, you'd have to create an exe for...
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    The simple answer is... No. I also use SWF Studio...

    The simple answer is... No. I also use SWF Studio (a fantastic program) that greatly extends the capability of a Flash exe.

    When creating a cross-platform application it is always best to stay...
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    There are a number of things that you can look at...

    There are a number of things that you can look at (in no particular order):

    1. Are you trying to animate the "images"? This is very cpu intensive. There are some tricks you can try but in general...
  13. The Flash 5 projector has a bug that makes it do...

    The Flash 5 projector has a bug that makes it do that. Don't know if the Flash 6 projector also does it or not. Macromedia knows about the bug and their suggestion is to minimize the distraction by...
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    Not exactly certain why your default projector is...

    Not exactly certain why your default projector is showing the menu, but try this on frame 1:

    fscommand ("allowscale", "false");
    fscommand ("showmenu", "false");
    fscommand ("fullscreen", "true");
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    You need to publish your movie as a projector. ...

    You need to publish your movie as a projector.

    In Flash under the "File>Publish Settings" menu, select the Windows and/or Macintosh projector. These will give you a self-contained stand alone...
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    Ok, I'm not certain where to begin... but here...

    Ok, I'm not certain where to begin... but here goes...

    On movie1 (the movie that you will make your projector file from), put the following on Frame 1:

    fscommand ("allowscale", "false");...
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    You'll need to use the following: fscommand...

    You'll need to use the following:

    fscommand ("allowscale", "false");
    fscommand ("fullscreen", "true");
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    Tim (Mr. Northern Codeworks) has posted several...

    Tim (Mr. Northern Codeworks) has posted several examples on his site at http://www.northcode.com/studio/examples/index.html

    There are 2 video examples posted there with all of the Flash, Mpeg and...
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    I haven't used MX for video yet. I'm waiting...

    I haven't used MX for video yet. I'm waiting until they improve their memory management for video.

    My understanding is that MX doesn't directly use Mpeg! It can import Mpeg then recompress the...
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    I'm not clear on what you are attempting to do......

    I'm not clear on what you are attempting to do... but try this:

    On frame 1 of you movie put the following:
    fscommand ("allowscale", "false");
    fscommand ("fullscreen", "true");

    For PCs you...
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    Try US Digital Media...

    Try US Digital Media (http://www.cdrom2go.com/default.htm). They have great prices and are friendly to deal with.

    I also use Disc Makers (http://www.discmakers.com). They also do great work.
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    SWF Studio creates executables for the PC...

    SWF Studio creates executables for the PC platform only. You will need to create separate executables for each platform, then burn a hybrid CD (partitioned for Mac/PC).

    You can create separate...
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    SWF Studio (www.northcode.com) will do exactly...

    SWF Studio (www.northcode.com) will do exactly what you need plus much, much more. You can purchase it online, or try a demo version first. There are also tutorials on their site that show how to...
  24. You will not need a preloader for your CD...

    You will not need a preloader for your CD project. Unless your files are absolutely huge, the CD-ROM drive should be able to move enough data through the system to keep your movie playing.
    ...
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    In order to burn a hybrid CD-ROM you need to burn...

    In order to burn a hybrid CD-ROM you need to burn your master on a Mac using a program like Toast. Toast (the Mac version of Easy CD Creator) will allow you to create a Mac and a PC partition on your...
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