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sidi
07-02-2000, 09:31 PM
Im not sure if the thing Im going to ask is possible at all ... but I will give it a try.

I have this nice little intro with different scenes.
As a background music Im usig a sound loop stored in a movie clip symbol.
It is palced on stage at frame 1 and the forced to play by "tell target".

So it plays the hole movie and when the intro is over it stops because i use a "get url" command.

Now the question.

It would sound much better if the sound would fade out in the last few seconds of the intro.
How can this be realised with sounds playing over multiple scenes as we have it in my case ???

Thanks for help.

Steve Zytariuk
07-02-2000, 10:43 PM
Double click on the first keyframe of the sounder layer and then click on the sounds tab and then click on the fade out ratio button.

http://www.dimensionstudios.net

sidi
07-04-2000, 06:23 AM
I have no sound layer in my anomation because it is in an seperate movie clip. In thhis clip there is just one frame with the sound in it.
The main movie tells the sound movie to "play" at frame one but i cant tell the sound to "fade out"


???

GMF
07-04-2000, 06:10 PM
The best way to control a loop/sound is to have it in the main movie. Set it to stream and u can let it fade up and down. Play with the soundproperties and u will find out :)
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Try this one out and hear how i control the sound .
http://www.flash-design.as/test/
The sound is set to 64 kbps stereo.
[Edited by flashy on 07-04-2000 at 06:12 PM]

newbie
07-04-2000, 06:22 PM
I visited your test site and I was licking the screen for a while (which isnt anything unusual, i do it all the time) before i managed to see the text in blue. Red text was a little easier to make out. I wont mention that the flash file failed to load. oops