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Burning a swishmax movie to CD
how to convert swismax movie

Msg#: 4334685 posted 7:32 am on Jul 4, 2011 (gmt 0)
helw guys,i have made a swismax movie and i burn it into cd and try to play in dvd player it didnot run .so what can i do to play it in dvd player?



Msg#: 4334685 posted 10:29 am on Aug 24, 2011 (gmt 0)

It's possible, but you'll lose all events (clicks / hovers etc.) and You'll only get a movie which you can then play on DVD players.

First let SwishMax create a movie file from your flash animation:
Menu | File | Export | AVI Movie... (Ctrl+M)

When you have the avi file you need to convert it to a DVD (google avi2dvd for a very simple program to do just that).

After you get the DVD (VOB + IFO files), you burn it with a program like Nero Burning Rom.

Good luck!


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Msg#: 4334685 posted 10:52 am on Aug 24, 2011 (gmt 0)

Just make the avi file is enough..if you don't need menus etc ( all DVD players ..even the ones that live under TVs and the portable DVD players can play avi files )..no need to convert to VOB and IFO ..
re "burner" Nero is "bloatware" ( that will slow your machine and cost you money ..and the later versions talk to "home" and write data all over the registry /hive in windows ..hell to get rid of afterwards..and Nero will take over and make itself the default for many file types )..use "imgburn" ..

It is very light ..very fast ..small footprint ..can be run as a "portable app"..it is free ..and is far far better coded than Nero..and it won't try to take over your machine..

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