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create from .fla file a screensaver

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How can i create form a .fla file a .exe file, or how can i create a flash screensaver?

Are there any tools for this?
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Here is a link to a really nice shareware program that allows you to make screensaver files from tiffs, jpegs or Flash movies. I have used it, it rocks.

http://www.axialis.com/ssp/index.html
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to create an exe go to the Publish settings in the flash movie and tick the checkbox titled Windows Projector, and then publish your movie. A .exe file with your file name will be created.

Also other way to create an exe is to open your swf file inflash player and go to file and select create projector. This will also create an .exe file.

To create a screen saver there are a lot of shareware softwares available.

Sajid
for www.ssdesigninteractive.com
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by:AJAY CHADHA
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Just create the .exe (projector) file and rename it as .scr

Your screen saver is ready.

Good Luck...

Ajay Chadhad.. :-)
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My Dear Ajay,

Have you ever done this before. I just hope making a screen saver was so easy...... Ha....Ha.....Ha.....!!!


:\

Sajid
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