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Thread: Vudeo To SWF Utility Posted Below - .exe File Does Nothing

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    I downloaded it and unzipped it. The exe file does absolutly nothing.

    The forums posted at the site return a 404, and the e-mail link returns an error.

    I would love to try it, but like I said...it appears to be a dud.

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    Try this link: http://www.geocities.com/vid2swf/download/ .
    I just downloaded it and it seemed to work. Are you sure you know what to do with it. I downloaded the latest edition.

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    That's the page I went to, and yes I downloaded the latest too. I just dowloaded again, extracted the exe from the zipand still when I click the exe absolutly nothing happens.


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    Where it says "browse" find an avi file on your computer then click generate.

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    Where what says browse?

    I mean when I click the exe file *nothing* happens.

    Nothing

    No program launches

    Nothing.


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    What program are you using to unzip it. I had no problem with it at all.

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    I'm usiing Winzip.

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    I don't know what to tell you. I've used it for over a year. And I just downloaded and tried the new edition. Works for me.

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    Try this program, almost the same thing. Download vid2flash.

    http://www.javakitty.com/

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    Zdnet has an easier to get to download of the same thing.

    http://www.zdnetindia.com/downloads/info/5421757.html

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    The ZDnet download of the other program appears to install, but still the same thing.

    Nothing happens at all.

    I see on that site that Quciktime 4 is required. I have Quicktime Pro 5.02(The one you have to buy)

    Could that be the problem?


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    I am using version 5 of Quicktime. I don't know what the problem is. I am stumped if neither one will work. You could try the Javakitty site for support. http://www.javakitty.com/

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    What operating system are you using?

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    Windows 98 SE. (With no intentions of going to XP or 2000)


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    Should work, you must have some sort of conflict. Vid2Flash has forum, and it looks like at least one other person has had the same problem. The software producer responds to the posts, so try there.

    http://www.javakitty.com/vid2flash/forum/index.cfm

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    You could always try Wildform's Flix. I haven't tried this one. But maybe it'll work for you.

    http://www.wildform.com/flix/index.p...-3c5a9a41b66a5

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