Understanding audio in Flash


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Understanding audio in Flash

Flash accepts most common audio file formats. That includes WAV files, MP3 files, and AAC encoded files. There are other audio types you can import into Flash but those are the most common. You can find out more information about audio files in Flash through Flash Help. That's under Help > Flash Help. Once you've added sound to your application you can click on the sound in the Timeline and adjust the syncing options in the Properties panel.

For the syncing options, there are four different options you can choose from. Event, Start, Stop and Stream. Event is for things that are triggered by events. So think of something like a button. So an event would be like a button press. So with an event a sound will play every time the playhead hits the frame where the sound is, regardless of whether the sound is already playing or not. So if you have a button that makes this sound, maybe you want to be able to click it over and over and over again and each time you click it, the sound doe...

Understanding audio in Flash
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Understanding audio in Flash provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training

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