open your file browser > navigate to the directory that contains your flv/f4v > right click > click properties > confirm it has greater than 0 bytes.
if it does create a new directory and move your flv/f4v to the new directory. create a new fla and save it to that newly created directory that contains your flv/f4v and repeat your import steps.
Thanks, this was helpfull. Sorry for my late reply. I wasn't even thinking about having to save a file first. This took care of the issue. However, when I open Flash, I still have all of these files that Flash tries to import through the import wizard. Is there a way to delete them and keep them from trying to be imported every time I open Flash.
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if you open flash and create a new fla, what happend?
It worked. I was able to import the video. However, now everytime I open flash, it tries to import the previous videos I had unsucessfully tried to import. is there a way to stop Flash from trying to do this when I open the program?
it does this before you create a new fla?