Are you running the DCR locally or off a website? If local, then you should put all files into a folder called 'dswmedia'. When running Shockwave with external material, a dswmedia folder is required for security reasons.
If the file is running on the web, you could try link the video cast member to the URL.
Thank you very much, Dean , for your answer. I am running locally. Anyway I think there is some other bug, because it doesn't work creating the dswmedia. Before I post this question I searched a solution reading a lot of posts and there were people couldn't figure out with this problem. Perhaps is something in my project that doesn't like to shockwave. I really don't know. Thank you very much again and regards for you tutorial and your web site.
Elisabetta - have you tried the files on another computer?
Is this with Director 11 or 11.5?
It could be that the Xtra has not downloaded.
- Go to Modify > Movie > Xtras
- Click on the AQAsset
- Make sure the Download if Needed is checked. Perhaps uncheck it and then reselect it.
- Save and republish.
I work on Director 11. I've looked for the AQAsset but I haven't found it.
The xtra for quicktime in my MAC are:
QuickTime6 Asset ( even if I use quicktime 7)
QuickTimeAgent (i can't check Download if Needed)
Quicktime asset option (i can't check Download if Needed)
I have searched for AQAsset on web but I haven't found any information
What do you think?
Thank you very much,
I meant QT6Asset not AQAsset which was a typo. Reason it is it is QT6 is because that's the last version of the QT Xtra developed. If you want to contact me direct, maybe I can look at your video and see what's happening. My contact is email@example.com