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    Simple F4V video project giving us major headaches...

    I'm making swf files with imported F4V files and skinning them with a skin (stock or custom) on CS4 on a PC. EVERYTHING is in the same folder. the fla,swf, skin, f4v and html.

    They all play back on my PC.

    Client is working on a MAC and some of the flies playback while others don't.

    1. The skin will show but the f4v won't play, like it can't find the movie...

    2. The flash will play back inside dreamweaver CS3 using the PLAY option but won't show when previewing the same page in a browser..

    All of the f4v file will play no problem.

    Is this some sort of cross platform bug?

    any ideas???

    desperately needing a solution

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    They all play back on my PC.
    Do they all play on your machine when viewed in browser and downloaded from server?
    Client is working on a MAC and some of the flies playback while others don't.
    Are you saying some of the f4v play back while some don't play?
    The skin will show but the f4v won't play, like it can't find the movie...
    This is just on clients machine when downloading from server?
    The flash will play back inside dreamweaver CS3 using the PLAY option but won't show when previewing the same page in a browser..
    Is this on the clients machine? So he has the Flash files and can play them directly on local machine but not from server?
    All of the f4v file will play no problem.
    On just your machine? Just local or playback in browser from server?
    Best wishes,
    Eye for Video
    www.cidigitalmedia.com

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