I uploaded a 37-page SWF file that was created using InDesign to Adobe Connect Pro but when I click on the URL, I can see the file and animation without any sound. Moreover, the embedded video (F4V) created using Captivate refuses to play. When I tested this on my PC using the internet browser, the whole ensemble played perfectly. So I am not sure why the sound and video refuses to play now that the SWF file has been uploaded to Connect Pro.
Should the resource files also be uploaded to Connect Pro so the sound and video will play while viewing the SWF? But then Connect Pro only uploads one content file at a time.
Hope someone can help.
Yes you would need to upload the resources if they are not a part of the SWF, but something that it calls to. You can upload them as a ZIP file, but you would want the file that launches the presentation to be named index.swf (or index.htm if desired).
Are you trying to load the SWF into a Connect Meeting room, or just as stand alone content?
Thank you so much for your advice. I am trying to upload it as a stand-alone content.
Will try uploading all including resources as ZIP.