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Hi,

I'm doing a presentation (flash mx)  which I want to export as a .exe projection. The thing is that the projection size is very high (about 90Mo). So is there a way to compress the animation in order to get a light projection ?

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Hi,

 Your question is very vague. Can you be more precise and tell me what all are the media elements you are using like movies, audio and what are the sizes of them?

 If you are loading a lot of assets try making them load dynamically in parts so that you can avoid the file size.

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Hi,

Did my reply answer your question. If so please close this question or if you need some more help on this feel free to ask.

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