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Loading a flash movie on Client PC on internet?

Posted on 2002-03-12
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Hi everybody

I have a movie(50 seconds) for presentation of a websit but
during the loading of movie i want to have small animation
for client that tell him that the movie is loading and it must wait
how can i do this ? and how can i undrestand that loading on
machine of clinet has been completed?
Thanks
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try using preloaders. There are lots of tutorial available on then web about doing this. try the following link.


http://www.webthang.co.uk/tutorials/gor_flash1/gor_preloader.htm.

Happy FLASHing.
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