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Video on the web.

Musabbir Chowdhury

July 2006


Video on the web


Video on the web


Video on the web


Video on the web


Video on the web

importing video in flash
Importing Video in Flash
  • You can import video clips into Flash as embedded files in QuickTime video (MOV), Audio Video Interleaved file (AVI), Motion Picture Experts Group file (MPEG), or other formats, depending on your system.
  • You can import video clips in Macromedia Flash Video (FLV) format directly into Flash.
  • You can import video clips in QuickTime format as linked files. Flash documents that contain linked QuickTime video must be published in QuickTime format. A linked video file does not become part of the Flash document. Instead, the Flash document maintains a pointer to the linked file.


file formats for imported video
File formats for imported video
  • The following video file formats are supported for importing embedded video if QuickTime 4 is installed (Windows and Macintosh):


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File formats for imported video
  • The following video file formats are supported for importing embedded video if DirectX 7 or later is installed (Windows only):


macromedia flash video flv
Macromedia Flash Video (FLV)
  • The Macromedia FLV file format lets you import or export a static video stream with encoded audio. This format is intended for use with communications applications, such as video conferencing and files that contain screen share encoded data exported from the Flash Communication Server.
  • When you export video clips with streaming audio in FLV format, the audio is compressed using the Streaming Audio settings in the Publish Settings dialog box.


to export a video clip in flv format
To export a video clip in FLV format:
  • Select the video clip in the Library panel.
  • Select Properties from the Library options menu.
  • In the Embedded Video Properties dialog box, click Export.
  • In the Save As dialog box, enter a name for the exported file. Select a location where it will be saved, and click Save.
  • In the Embedded Video Properties dialog box, click OK to close the dialog box.


play back external flv files
Play back external FLV files
  • You can play back external FLV files in a Flash document at runtime, using the NetConnection and NetStream objects in ActionScript.
  • To play back an external FLV file, you must post an FLV file to a URL (either an HTTP site or a local folder) and add ActionScript code to the Flash document to access the file and control playback during runtime.
  • An external FLV file can have a different frame rate from the Flash document in which it plays. For example, you can set the Flash document frame rate to 30 fps and the video frame rate to 21 fps, which gives you greater control in ensuring smooth video playback.


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Video on the web
  • Exporting FLV files from video-editing applications (Flash Professional only)
    • If you have Macromedia Flash MX Professional 2004/ Flash 8 and QuickTime 6.1.1 installed on your computer, you can use the FLV Export plug-in to export FLV files from supported video-editing applications.
    • You can then import these FLV files directly into Flash to use in your Flash documents.


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Video on the web

The following video-editing applications are supported by the FLV Export plug-in:

  • Adobe After Effects (Windows and Macintosh)
  • Anystream Agility (Windows)
  • Apple FinalCut Pro (Macintosh)
  • Apple QuickTime Pro (Macintosh)
  • Avid Xpress DV (Windows and Macintosh)
  • Discreet Cleaner (Windows and Macintosh)
  • Discreet Cleaner XL (Windows and Macintosh)