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Chapter 11. Working with Sounds > Syncing Sounds to the Timeline

Syncing Sounds to the Timeline

When you sync a sound to the Timeline you’re essentially instructing Flash how to play the sound. Syncing sounds is a fundamental operation because choosing the wrong sync operation can drastically change how the sound plays out during the execution of the Flash movie. Flash gives you the ability to choose a separate sync operation for each individual sound file. When you place the sound on the Timeline, the Properties panel displays the audio properties for the selected sound, and lets you define individual properties for every sound in your Flash document. For example, you have a background music sound that’s located in several scenes, and you want to make sure it doesn’t play on top of itself (Sync: Stop). In addition, you have a narration that you want perfectly synced to an animation on the Timeline (Sync: Stream).

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