I want to put video in a flash banner,
I tried to follow a tutorial for this but when it
got to the part about the Imbedding screen I did
not find an imbedding screen or any
corresponding part of that screen that was
listed in the tutorial. Furthermore I think
these instructions are to imbed a video
where you click the video to play it. But I
want to put a video as part of the animation
automatically where you don't click the video,
but it just animates automatically along
with everything else. How do I do this? I
am using version CS6. I also don't want the
sound from the video file.
Have you read this Adobe Help article: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/flash/cs/using/WSb03e830bd6f770ee-70a39d61 2436d472f4-7ff8.html
Does that give you more useful information?
OK, I can't get past the part where I add the FLV file because I don't know how to create
an FLV file with Media Encoder in CS6. I've googled it and searched for about 30 minutes
but I don't want to waste more time if someone knows how to do it. I found tutorials
for previous versions but of no use, no tutorials for my version so far, time is important
to me so if you or anyone knows it I'm sure it would take less than a minute to tell me.
I would appreciate the help. It's not obvious how
to do it in Media Encoder from the user interface. The default file created is not FLV, it's F4V,
not sure what settings to use in Media Encoder to get FLV.
Thanks for your reply.
I will mark your reply as correct when I get this to work.
When you open the CS6 Media Encoder you should see four windows: Queue, Encoding, Preset Browser and Watch Folder. If the video file that you want to use is not already showing in the Queue window, drag a copy of the file into that window. Then go to the Preset Browser window and scroll down to the section labeled "Web Video". Open that section and you should see four sub-sections: DG Fast Channel, Flash, Vimeo and YouTube. Open the one labeled "Flash". You will now see a list of all of the possible video encoding presets. You will see that there are FLV and F4V formats, frame sizes, frame rates and target data rates listed. Find the preset that you want to use and drag it to the Queue window. You can right click and delete the default preset that is in the listing if you like. If you want to try several different presets, select each one and drag it to the Queue window.
The section marked Output File in the Queue window shows you the path to the file that will be created. You can change this if you like. Press the green arrow button in the upper right corner of the Queue window when you are ready to encode the file.
You can watch the progress of the encoding in the Encoding window.