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no and correct (for the most part).1 person found this helpful
Sorry Kglad, didn't understand your answer very well :(
You mean MP3 does NOT appear in totalBytes?
If I set my MP3 song in (pics_mc) as Stream in the property panel (instead of event), will the size of the Mp3 be included in the totalBytes in the onProgress Listener of the MovieclipLoader that loads the swf?1 person found this helpful
or, on the contrary, as It is a streaming sound the totalBytes include everything, but the streaming sounds?
answer: yes, for the most part. there will also be the amount of sound that's buffered, so the totalBytes will be somewhat greater than everything but the streaming sounds but nowhere near as great as the entire mp3(s).
Thanks for your answers again :)
I tested and you're right.
The problem I had is that I need the sound to be Stream in order to perfect sync with timeline animation. But this Mp3 and animation is loaded from outside...so I was interested in that my swf preloader showed up the real amount of bytes (including sound). But I found a Solution: in right-click properties of the mp3 Check Export for Actionscript (even if you don't use AS to attach) and then Check in : Export in First Frame.
I published again de swf and finally I got an swf with stream sound which is as large as MP3 + animation :)