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Stitching flash flv files together to make one swf file

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Hi,
I have about 5 short flash flv files about 10 seconds each. They contain some short animation and some audio. I was wondering how I could merge/stitch them together to create one swf file.

Any help appreciated.

Kind regards,
Paul
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Any video editor can do this. I use Ulead Video Studio 11 Plus. But you can use Premiere or Pinnacle or Sony Vegas etc. You can also edit in Nero. You just drop each video on the timeline and save the whole project as a single video. Remember if you are going to post this on the Internet, so as to have player controls you will need to save the video as flv not swf.
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by:SamuelRostol
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In addition, you can force Flash to play all five in sequence, if you need to have the files separate. :)

Just by using an onComplete-eventhandler on each video, you can target the next frame where the new video is played. Do this for each video, and they will play in sequence :)
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by:Merete
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You could try this I have not used it but looks like it maybe what you want
Flash Joiner 4.0 free to try
http://www.swftools.com/tools-details.php?tool=2479698378
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