1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 13, 2013 1:12 AM by pwillener

    Adobe  will not work where I need it to work

    Susanbrianholtkidder

      I cannot find Adobe Flash Player on my computer after installing it.  It is used when necessary for the web so I know it is there somewhere.  The reason it is important to find it is that I put videos on my church's website.  For some reason whether my fault or not my computer has all flash videos now as Real Player Flash videos.  I need to change them back to Adobe.  The video player I use for the website only uses Adobe, therefore no videos are on the site now. Help!

        • 1. Re: Adobe  will not work where I need it to work
          pwillener Level 8

          Susanbrianholtkidder wrote:

           

          my computer has all flash videos now as Real Player Flash videos.

          I don't know what this means; what file types are these?  SWF?

           

          Local SWF files are not associated with the Flash Player browser add-on, but should be associated with the Flash standalone player (Projector), which you can download from http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html

           

          Note that this download is the standalone player, not an installer, so you will have to change the file association manually.

           

          Either way, it doesn't matter how your local Flash files are associated; once you place them on a website, they will play with the visitors' Flash Player add-on.