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Keeping music and movie syncronized in .swf file ?

Posted on 2002-04-06
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We have an flash movie, with a music file of 35 seconds but we can't get it to stay syncronized when played on different computers. What are the ways of keeping them 'together'.
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On your sound palet choose under "sync".......the stream optino

Jeff
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by:rmaas
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Looks to work ok, but also seems to loose frames now and then (to keep up with the music?)
How to solve this ?
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You really can't control the skipping of frames...you can detor it, however if you have a preloader at the beginning of the movie.....

Here is a link to a tutorial on one.....

http://www.flashkit.com/tutorials/Actionscripting/Creating-Programm-689/index.shtml

hope this helps....

JHeff
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Helped me a lot ,thanx
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