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Flash CS4 Professional Audio Techniques shows how integrating audio into Flash projects can create a more engaging and interesting viewer experience. Instructor Todd Perkins dives deep into the details of manipulating audio in Flash using ActionScript 3.0. He demonstrates how to monitor a song's playback progress, display this information for viewers, and create a viewable playlist for multiple songs using XML data. Through the course of the tutorials, Todd creates an audio player for the web, complete with sharing capabilities. Exercise files accompany this course.
(Music plays.) Welcome to Flash CS4 Professional Audio Techniques. I am Todd Perkins and I will be walking you through this title, teaching you how to use object-oriented programming techniques to manipulate audio in Flash Player. We will look at how to load external sound files, how to control their playback. We'll work with building an XML playlist, controlling sound volume, sound progress and we will even talk about how to share your application over the web.
We have a lot to learn here, so let's get started.
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