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Figured this one out in case anyone else runs into it.
When exporting the export starts at frame#2 so if you move your audio track to frame#2 it will export with the video. If it's on frame#1 it will be ignored.
Doesn't make a whole lot of logical sense of course not much in life does so i'll just chalk it up to a nuance of flash!
from the help website... http://helpx.adobe.com/flash/using/exporting.html
Export begins at Frame #2
Depending how the Timeline is structured, the exported video can be a result of any of the following scenarios:
- If there is more than one frame on the root timeline, the export will begin from frame #2.
- If there is only one frame on the root timeline, then the export will include frame #1.
- If there is more than one frame on the root timeline and ActionScript or sound is added to frame #1, it will not be called.
Alternatively, you can set your audio to "Stream" under the "Sync" option in properties. Then it will export with the mov from Frame 1. When the audio is set to "Event", it won't export if it's on the first frame, like you discovered.
Okay cool, thanks for the response Kristofer, didn't see that.
You just saved my life XD
Thanks you so much, I have spent hours trying to get my animation audio working.
All good now!