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loop 4 big movie (for local use)

Posted on 2004-08-22
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For example, i have 4 flash movie(swf) over 90 mb, i want to play one by one in a loop, let's say

movie1.swf ==> movie2.swf ==> movie3.swf ==> movie4.swf ==> movie1.swf

4 movie is same except background music and from one fla file.

How can i do that in most efficient way?
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if its only to run locally, it shouldn't be too much of a problem, as long as the host machine has a good wack of RAM.

Simplest way would be to simply add loadMovie("movie2.swf", _root) etc on each of the last keyframes of each one, telling it to load the next movie and so on.

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