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No, what that means is that when viewing your file in a browser (via
Shockwave) the AX control won't work (and will throw errors). You can
publish your movie as .dcr to view via a projector without problems (as
long as you include the ActiveX xtra...)
thanks alot for the quick reply.
What a relief to know ActiveX will work on both settings as I have been publishing my work to Shockwave Movie all this time.
So, which type do you usually use when publishing your final work, to Protected or Shockwave movie?
Is there any article I can read to see the comparison of the two types?
I usually go with protected as opposed to Shockwave-compressed since the
latter often leads to crunchy bitmaps if you don't manage compression
options (global and/or per-member) carefully, and there's some little
time required for decompression prior to playback (which I've never
bothered to measure). However, if space is at a premium, compression can
be a useful option.
Yes, thank you for the answer.
Now I know that it'd be most wise to use Protect when we still have much space.