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06-16-2000, 01:37 PM

I'm having trouble with a flash animation I'm doing. When I'm working on it in .FLA format, it's all in synch. Yet, when I publish it, it's out of synch and the sound seems to be slower than the animation and there's gaps of silence. I'm working with several 22Khz, 8 bit mono wavs if that helps?

Please let me know what I have to change, I tried sync: stream in the audio properties of the frame properties. But, the sound quality is crap..to the point you don't know what the hell he's saying.

Any help would be much appreciated, thanks.

EMAIL ME: Yoda591@aol.com

Ps. The sooner the better, I need to know this info ASAP to meet a deadline.


06-16-2000, 09:59 PM
to make the loops sound better you can convert them to
mp3/64bit/fast/mono and as far as the sync being offtime you will have to adjust the keyframs to match the sound because what works well in the flash enviroment does not always work that well outside the flash enviroment i.e. when you publish you movie and play it on the web. The best thing to do is test the movie in flash under the test movie setting and try it at different connection speeds. For the choppy sound you might have to make a prelaoder if you have not already done so. hope this helps


06-19-2000, 09:45 AM
Yeah.. I reccomend preloading any sounds you use! SWFs play at different speeds depending on CPUs, web connection etc..

I've noticed this with flash and director movies... its a pain, but if everything is preloaded it normally doesn't jump, skip or play in the wrong place!

Hope this helps!