Ok i have found solution posted here: Re: Can Flash Pro CC publish to flash player 9??
Is there a way i can check if the swf is indeed published in fp9 before doing whole line of banners like that and then get feedback that google and others wont accept it cause its still not below fp 10.1?
If you open the swf file in text editor:
The first 8 bytes of any SWF file are not compressed, the rest of the file could be compressed (or not) by zlib compression.
- 1st byte: 'F' (not compressed) OR 'C' (compressed).
- 2nd byte: 'W' always.
- 3rd byte: 'S' always.
- 4th byte: version number (09 means this file is targeted at Flash Player 9 and so on...)
- 5th to 8th: Length of entire file in bytes
Found that while googling the issue. Thanks for confirmation! If you could please tell devs to include the industry standards (like requirements of majority of ads publishers) options in future updates, that would be great. Fixing that was very easy AFTER googling for help. So putting it in by default coudlnt be hard. Its just ignorant decision to not include older versions while industry is still having them as requirement. More thought about your customers needs would be welcomed by them (us)
there is also a tool called Adobe SWFInvestigator that you can get from the labs.adobe.com that will confirm your swf version.
as of November Google now allows SWF versions up to 11.0 so this should be a non issue.
yes check in the Flash Ad Dev forum and they're are files for it as well as walkthroughs for installing
HMU if you need help