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    Inconsistencies with SWF and MOV animations

    Hi all,

    I have a series very complex movies (complete with mulitple embedded movie clips / actionscript and keyframed animation) that need to be exported to AVIs, for use in a console game engine.

    Currently, I have been exporting as MOVs and then using RADvideo to convert to AVI.

    However, it has come to my attention that the duration some tweens take to play varies between the SWF and the MOV (and therefore the target AVI).

    Is there a better way to convert to AVI, so that what I see in the Flash player is what I will see in the final AVI file?

    I am using Flash Professional 8 at 30FPS.

    Thanks,

    Lewis

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    flash to video encoder (or a PRO version)

    there is all the neccesary settings for audio and video, dont forget to launch the sound tester to be sure that your sounds will be recorded.

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