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How to programmatically create AVI or SWF files?

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Hi Experts,

I developed a program in VC++ that can run animations in a CView-derived window.  Currently the animations are saved in my own custom document type via serialization.  Is there a way to programmatically run the animation and generate an internet-compatible version of the output (e.g. in AVI or SWF format)?  I can use a screen video capture product to do it manually but doing it programmatically would be nice.

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Kevin
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Thanks Deepu, these links are what I was looking for.

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