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I have made a movie and want to use it in a html file. I have realized that there is a limit to the height and width of the movie that I can use. Therefore. I am not able to make it a full screen movie changing with the screen resolution. Is there any way to achive that  without empty left borders around the movie? Any help would be appretiated.
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File > Publish Setting's

from the Last Tab, define width and height as 100%, 100%
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Actually it is under scale and "Exact fit" option should be chosen. But any way I accept your answer. Thanks
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