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If you are using Flash CC latest build 18.104.22.168 on Windows, you can export your flash movies to avi movie by
2. Export Video dialog appears
Make sure 'Covert video in Adobe Media Encoder' check box is selected. If not select it
3.click Export button
This launches Adobe Media Encoder and queue the .mov file
4. Click on Format drop down and choose AVI or AVI(Uncompressed)
5. click Start Queue button or press Enter
I followed the exporting of the .fla file to .mov and after several minutes wai - stalling on 'Recording Flash Content' - i get a massage like '....out of memory' ....which is IMPOSSIBLE because I have more than half the memory. Im only opening Flash so the RAM is not used much as well.
I never really had a problem doing that with Flash CS5.5
So I am exporting the SWF and go online and use Flabacco browser conversion for free to convert the SWF to MP4. If you know another way I appreciate any info. thanks
Yes, the Adobe Media Encoder uses a massive amount of memory to make the conversion. The best option is to use the hard drive storage instead of memory. The process is slow and shows no progress during most of the conversion.
thanks. I have a simple banner animation. I have never worked with sequences. I simply just want to export a swf to a video format. lol
this is a very good online converter service i have been using. you can also create an account and see a list of the files you uploaded.
I have been using this for the passed 8 months and only yesterday i started to have some issues with the file stalling in queue. anyway here is the link: