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Chapter 21. Publishing a Movie > Specifying Flash Options

Specifying Flash Options

A Flash document is like a fingerprint; no two Flash movies are the same. So it stands to reason that different Flash documents would require different publish settings. Flash gives you the ability to conform a Flash document using specific output settings. Everything from the version of the Flash plug-in, to the compression of embedded JPEG images.

Specify Flash Options

Click the File menu, and then click Publish Settings.

Select the Flash check box, and then click the Flash tab.

Click the Version popup, and then select the version of the player to publish the Flash document.

Click the Load Order popup, and then select to load the document Bottom up or Top down.

Click the ActionScript Version popup, and then select the version to publish the Flash document.

Select from the following options:

  • Generate Size Report. Creates a frame-by-frame size report for the active document.

  • Protect From Import. Prevents the published Flash document from being reopened in the Flash application.

  • Omit Trace Actions. Prevents trace actions from being carried over to the published document.

  • Debugging Permitted. Permits debugging of the Flash movie.

  • Compress Movie. Compresses the Flash movie (available only for Flash documents played within the Flash 7 player).

  • Optimize For Flash Player 6r65. Optimizes the Flash document for the Flash 6r65 player.

Enter a password for the Flash document.

This option is available if Protect From Import or Debugging Permitted are selected in step 6.

Drag the slider to increase or decrease the amount of compression applied to the image.

The lower the value, the more information is removed from the image.

Click Set to modify the Audio Stream settings for the active Flash document.

Click Set to modify the Audio Event settings for the active Flash document.

Select the Override Sound Settings check box to override any sound settings applied to the individual sound files within the active Flash document.

Click OK to save the settings.


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