Flash MX 2004 Audio & Video Integration
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
- 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
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