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Fash file including all data

by boogoo » Tue Sep 17, 2013 11:52 pm

how can I output a flash file with my data (sound, images, etc.,) and this is only one file with everything in it
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by gkaefer » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:45 am

boogoo wrote:how can I output a flash file with my data (sound, images, etc.,) and this is only one file with everything in it
thanks

impossible. media files (sound & video) never gets included into the "embedded" (option embed all data) version of a tour.
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by klausesser » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:59 am

boogoo wrote:how can I output a flash file with my data (sound, images, etc.,) and this is only one file with everything in it
thanks

Even if it were possible - Georg is right - the loading time would be endless because the WHOLE DATA would need to be load first before it can be
viewed.
Dealing with large panos or tours having videos and sound included the loading time could happen to take hours before it starts . . depending
on the connection of course.

Klaus

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Or did you mean it in a way playing it locally from a disk or stick?
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by mediavets » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:11 pm

And FWIW PTP 2.x doesn't offer any data embedding at all.
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by Artisan New » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:32 pm

And if you embed data in a flash you can get them out fast using software like Trillix Flash Decompiler.....so if you thought your sound, images and other stuff are safe in a flash app.....think again.

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by mediavets » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:49 pm

Artisan New wrote:And if you embed data in a flash you can get them out fast using software like Trillix Flash Decompiler.....so if you thought your sound, images and other stuff are safe in a flash app.....think again.

Greets, Ed.

PTP 2.x offers data encryption.
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by klausesser » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:58 pm

mediavets wrote:
Artisan New wrote:And if you embed data in a flash you can get them out fast using software like Trillix Flash Decompiler.....so if you thought your sound, images and other stuff are safe in a flash app.....think again.

Greets, Ed.

PTP 2.x offers data encryption.

Somebody wrote: "when you can run it on a display you can steal it" . . :cool:

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by boogoo » Sun Sep 22, 2013 12:39 am

i meant when i upload to weekly website it asks to drag and drop the flash file, the panorama works good but the music file which is in a folder does not go on the web and music does not play

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by mediavets » Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:16 am

boogoo wrote:i meant when i upload to weekly website it asks to drag and drop the flash file, the panorama works good but the music file which is in a folder does not go on the web and music does not play

Sounds like you are using some sort of online web builder program, is that correct?

They are usually pretty limiting.

Anyway as Georg has pointed out audio and video files associated with a tour are never embedded in the SWF file and must be uploaded separately.
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