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PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 4:23 pm 

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Hi, when transcoding a VOB file, and having selected HTML output, there are 2 video files: a very small SWF and a large FLV file.
What's the magic behind the SWF file, for what is it worth? BR

PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 11:25 pm 

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Hi All,

Some of my video files are larger than the 16000 frames alowed by swf and reducing the frame rate takes to much away from the quality
Is there away I could create 2 swf files and have them linked so on will follow on from the other


PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2011 11:19 pm 
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Sounds like you want to embed the movie in the flash file.

Never ran into that problem, as none of the files I've dealt with have been that large . . . and I've built movie players with several full laps at Limerock Race Track, as well as some parade footage for a local radio station's web site.

I really don't think the program will do a feature length movie under any circumstances . . . and the file would be humongous!

You will probably need to get a program that allows you to edit the video. Usually you pick a point, and split the movie at that frame (during a transition between scenes is probably best). Name one movie "moviename01" and the other "moviename02" or it can be split into even smaller videos.

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