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    Changing frame rate

    I know this issue was already discussed many times (setInterval, streaming sound etc), but I bumped into this code in the AS help about changing the frame rate of a document while playing:


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    document.frameRate
    Availability
    Flash MX 2004.

    Usage
    document.frameRate

    Description
    Property; a float value that specifies the number of frames displayed per second when the SWF file plays; the default is 12. This is the same functionality as setting the frame rate in the Document properties dialog box (Modify > Document).

    Example
    The following example sets the frame rate to 25.5 frames per second:

    fl.getDocumentDOM().frameRate = 25.5;
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    Anyone can explain how this should work ??

    Thnx.
    Last edited by asafmilo; 08-15-2004 at 06:44 PM.
    --=={asaf}==--

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    ...This is the same functionality as setting the frame rate in the Document properties dialog box (Modify > Document).

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    I understood that, but let's say I have a movie that runs in 30 fps, and in the middle of it I want to change it to run in 10 fps, how do I do it?
    I tried to use this script with no success.
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    Document object
    Availability
    Flash MX 2004.

    Description
    The Document object represents the Stage. That is, only FLA files are considered documents.
    It won't work in swfs
    Last edited by tu_dor; 08-16-2004 at 03:11 AM.

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