Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264 – Part 3

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Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264: Part 3 – SWF

Using Adobe Media Encoder, we produced a movie clip that contains a video stream compressed with H.264 last time. But Flash Player cannot play back this video. We need a reference file that points to the F4V and that is accessible with Flash Player. Our ultimate goal is to create an SWF file pointing to the video clip. And we want to upload these files on a remote server so that the converted Flash video can be viewed on the Internet.  





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  • Adobe Flash CS4: 10.0.0 for Mac
  • Video length: 10 minutes 33 seconds
  • Video format: QuickTime
  • Video compression: H.264
  • Resolution: 900 x 675 pixels
  • Audio: Enabled
  • Audio commentary: Enabled




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    Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264 – Part 2
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