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    Please check my animated MX video clips

    Hi! I have a portfolio site containing video clips, which I encoded for Flash MX in Cleaner 6 and Sorenson Squeeze 3. Each video clip swf loads into a player interface swf on a separate HTML page.

    I'd really appreciate some technical feedback on how they perform on different systems. You'll need a fast connection, and the Flash 6 player. The site URL will check for this:
    http://www.memoryburn.net

    Look in the Film section, with special attention to Scratchings Excerpt 2 (and The Assumption Full length, if you have the time/bandwidth).

    If you know you have the Flash 6 player, you can go straight to Scratchings Excerpt 2:
    http://www.memoryburn.net/film/scratchExcerpt2.html (52 seconds, 3.7MB)
    Sometimes the video suddenly goes back to the beginning, while the audio keeps playing. Sometimes the player crashes.
    The same thing has happened with The Assumption Full length (3.5 mins, 20.5 MB):
    http://www.memoryburn.net/film/assFull.html

    Could you please let me know any problems you have plus your specs:
    platform, operating system, browser & version, etc.
    I use a Mac G4 Dual 500MHz with 320 MB RAM, OS X 10.2.4, Explorer 5.2 for Mac.

    I hope you enjoy the clips, which are from my traditionally animated films, completed several years ago now. Make sure you turn up the volume (there are a few sound issues too, but that's a whole other topic - at the moment I'm interested in general functionality)!

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    senior newbie kelly2shirts's Avatar
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    didn't notice any problems

    everything seamed fine technically. played it on g3 laptop mac. ie 5. flash player 6. 128megs of ram.

    on my site i use links to html pages to show quicktime movies of this kind of work. this got around having to import and deal with realtime video issues that could have come about with flash. plus wanted the load time to be limited to the site pages only. make sense? i'm fairly new to flash. i'm sure there are other, better ways.

    you can see my site at
    http://pupo.com/kelly

    thanks
    kvl

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    Thanks for your feedback

    Thanks for that, klv. I decided to do the videos as Flash because I wanted to upgrade my site to Flash 6 anyway. The loading is restricted to those pages because they are separate to the site swf.

    An interesting mix on your site - liked the AIDS ad. Also, that's a great name for your pug!

    Cheers,
    mt

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    yoda

    it was an easy decision.

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    I forgot to ask, what's your operating system?

    mt

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    operating sys

    os 9.1. mac.

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    Thanks, good to know.
    mt

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    Hey I had no probs.

    I have Windows XP, IE6, Athlon Xp 2100+, flash 6.0, Cable modem, and 256 megs of ram. It seemed fine to me!

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    Thanks a lot, DiscipleDev.
    mt

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