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    how to stream a song over several scenes

    ok...

    lets say i have a 4 or 5 minute animation spread out over 20 scenes. i'd like to have a single sound file (mp3, wav, whatever) to sync up with the animation.

    now, obviously, if all the animation was in one scene, i'd just pop the sound file in a layer, and select "stream" to sync the music and graphics. however, in this case, once scene 2 begins, the music cuts off (since there's no stream layer in scene 2)

    any suggestions?
    i'm not new to action scripting. i'm just bad at it.

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    ahh... this thread would indicate that i cant
    i'm not new to action scripting. i'm just bad at it.

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    They're wrong!

    Here's an example I got going for Rump888... 50 Scenes, external streaming sound.swf preloaded on a level, and playing in sync.
    I must admit it is tricky and tedious work building & checking the scenes' sync, but Rump insisted in using several scenes.

    http://blake.prohosting.com/~tektips..._preload2.html

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    doh!

    404'd
    i'm not new to action scripting. i'm just bad at it.

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    I no longer keep my links up for very long... So are you up to it now?

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    Apparently not! Well, next time you're around, just give me a shout, and if I'm around I'll reset the link, but still for a short period!

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