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Not sure why the SWFs are playing early. If the box for Controlled by presentation playbar is checked. The SWF should wait until that slide plays, but this sounds like something that you may have to share the presentation so that someone else can see exactly what is going on and problem solve from there. I'd be happy to look at your presentation if you would like, you can PM me to not share with everyone, or if you have a resident Connect/Presenter Expert (other than yourself of course) that you know and trust, go to them.
Hi, I had the same problem and it easily fixed. Presenter loads the next slide before the end of the last and so the swf file begins early. All you need to do is add a stop command with actionscript on the first frame and that it!! Hope this helps.
One other potential issue (at least is was for me)...
When converting your video file to SWF, you can also add a stop on first frame option during this process as well.
For example, if you're using FlixPro, you'd go into the SWF tab and select the "STOP action on first frame" option before you run
This will allow then have the swf wait for a start command from the main presentation...and should allow the tool bar to control what is happening. Otherwise, at least it was the case for me...the swf will simply start up early.
As for your second question...I do believe that this would impact dial-up users as they'd have to wait for the swf to load.