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Flash MX 2004 Audio & Video Integration
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Flash MX 2004 Audio & Video Integration

with Shane Rebenschied
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  1. 1m 4s
    1. welcome
      1m 4s
  2. 1m 46s
    1. before you get started
      1m 4s
    2. professional and standard versions
      42s
  3. 10m 43s
    1. supported formats
      7m 59s
    2. applications
      2m 44s
  4. 19m 15s
    1. importing and compression
      9m 22s
    2. compressing in MP3 format
      8m 9s
    3. device sound
      1m 44s
  5. 26m 13s
    1. adding sound to a button
      9m 50s
    2. adding background music
      16m 23s
  6. 16m 59s
    1. adding to the Flash timeline
      5m 26s
    2. embedding, downloading and streaming
      11m 33s
  7. 20m 29s
    1. compression using iTunes
      13m 36s
    2. recompressing MP3's for web
      6m 53s
  8. 33m 9s
    1. attach sound part 1
      8m 2s
    2. attach sound part 2
      8m 22s
    3. attach sound part 3
      6m 2s
    4. attach sound part 4
      10m 43s
  9. 7h 24m
    1. what you are building
      6m 10s
    2. getting music to play part 1
      14m 32s
    3. getting music to play part 2
      14m 11s
    4. pause and play part 1
      13m 3s
    5. pause and play part 2
      9m 30s
    6. pause and play part 3
      17m 23s
    7. progress bar part 1
      6m 33s
    8. progress bar part 2
      14m 16s
    9. progress bar part 3
      13m 51s
    10. progress bar part 4
      9m 3s
    11. changing MP3 tracks part 1
      16m 54s
    12. changing MP3 tracks part 2
      12m 37s
    13. changing MP3 tracks part 3
      14m 46s
    14. changing MP3 tracks part 4
      6m 0s
    15. changing MP3 tracks part 5
      14m 9s
    16. ID3 displayer introduction
      1m 49s
    17. ID3 displayer part 1
      12m 33s
    18. ID3 displayer part 2
      13m 30s
    19. ID3 displayer part 3
      11m 59s
    20. ID3 displayer part 4
      16m 37s
    21. ID3 displayer part 5
      13m 59s
    22. ID3 displayer part 6
      11m 37s
    23. playback progress introduction
      8m 43s
    24. playback progress part 1
      10m 46s
    25. playback progress part 2
      10m 38s
    26. fast-forward/rewind part 1
      7m 50s
    27. fast-forward/rewind part 2
      17m 1s
    28. fast-forward/rewind part 3
      14m 18s
    29. adjusting the volume part 1
      11m 55s
    30. adjusting the volume part 2
      10m 23s
    31. adjusting the volume part 3
      8m 18s
    32. adjusting the volume part 4
      8m 47s
    33. looping on complete
      13m 41s
    34. important note
      1m 42s
    35. fade in/fade out introduction
      3m 14s
    36. fade in/fade out part 1
      11m 17s
    37. fade in/fade out part 2
      16m 20s
    38. fade in/fade out part 3
      12m 11s
    39. media playback component
      12m 4s
  10. 4m 28s
    1. video applications
      2m 42s
    2. supported video formats
      1m 46s
  11. 18m 47s
    1. embedding vs. progressively downloading vs. streaming
      18m 47s
  12. 50m 14s
    1. importing into Flash using the wizard
      14m 32s
    2. creating an FLV using Flash MX 2004
      3m 29s
    3. creating an FLV using Exporter plug-in
      10m 43s
    4. creating an FLV using Sorenson Squeeze
      12m 1s
    5. creating an FLV using Wildform Flix Pro
      7m 7s
    6. creating an FLV summary
      2m 22s
  13. 1h 36m
    1. video player introduction
      4m 48s
    2. video player part 1
      11m 9s
    3. video player part 2
      8m 36s
    4. video player part 3
      11m 30s
    5. showing the FLV's download progress
      14m 5s
    6. showing the FLV's playback progress
      8m 53s
    7. the onStatus event handler
      12m 0s
    8. pausing and playing
      14m 24s
    9. the media playback
      11m 9s
  14. 6m 51s
    1. video of unusual sizes
      6m 51s
  15. 42s
    1. goodbye
      42s

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Flash MX 2004 Audio & Video Integration with Shane Rebenschied is a movie-based tutorial designed to help more experienced Flash users learn a variety of methods for integrating audio and video into Flash MX 2004 projects. The training begins with gathering and compressing media, then quickly advances to cover best ways to add music and sounds to Flash projects, creating a dynamic MP3 jukebox, dynamic audio fade ins/fade outs, using the advanced media components in Flash MX 2004 Professional to create audio and video players, building your own customized video player, compressing and creating Flash video files (FLV's), layering other graphical elements on top of video for seamless design integration, and much more. Exercise files accompany the training, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.

Before viewing this tutorial, we recommend that you watch one or both of the following tutorials: Learning Macromedia Flash MX 2004 with Shane Rebenschied or Intermediate Macromedia Flash MX 2004 with Shane Rebenschied

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Flash MX 2004 Audio & Video Integration
12h 31m Intermediate Aug 25, 2004

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Flash MX 2004 Audio & Video Integration with Shane Rebenschied is a movie-based tutorial designed to help more experienced Flash users learn a variety of methods for integrating audio and video into Flash MX 2004 projects. The training begins with gathering and compressing media, then quickly advances to cover best ways to add music and sounds to Flash projects, creating a dynamic MP3 jukebox, dynamic audio fade ins/fade outs, using the advanced media components in Flash MX 2004 Professional to create audio and video players, building your own customized video player, compressing and creating Flash video files (FLV's), layering other graphical elements on top of video for seamless design integration, and much more. Exercise files accompany the training, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.

Before viewing this tutorial, we recommend that you watch one or both of the following tutorials: Learning Macromedia Flash MX 2004 with Shane Rebenschied or Intermediate Macromedia Flash MX 2004 with Shane Rebenschied

Topics include:
  • Importing and compression Compressing in MP3 format MIDI and device sound Building an MP3 jukebox Embedding vs. progressive download vs. streaming Importing/compressing raw video & creating FLV's Creating a video player Working with non-standard size video
Subject:
Video
Software:
Flash Professional
Author:
Shane Rebenschied

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