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Chapter 21. Publishing a Movie > Creating a Windows or Macintosh Projector

Creating a Windows or Macintosh Projector

The Flash publish settings gives you the ability to create a self-contained player document for the Macintosh or Windows operating system. When you publish a document using the projector options, Flash creates a Flash movie according to your setting, and embeds the player application into the file. Creating a projector document increases the size of the final document by almost 1MB, so this option would not be used to create Internet documents, but for movies destined for playing on a hard drive, or burned onto a CD. When you publish using the Projector options, there are no additional options.

Create a Windows or Macintosh Projector

Click the File menu, and then click Publish Settings.

Select the Windows Projector (.exe), and/or Macintosh Projector check boxes.

Click Publish.

Flash generates the Macintosh or Windows Projectors documents, and saves them in the same location as the original source document.


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