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Too many variables to isolate to a specific cause. How much "stuff" is included in the movie? I mean objects like images, highlight boxes, buttons, etc.. How large is the project in pixels (physical size)? How large is the published SWF (digital size)? Is the problem occurring on just one machine or many? Are you seeing this when viewing the published project from the web, or from a local machine? All of the above has to do with available resources, which I'd think should be eliminated as a suspect first.
Beyond that, does it always "drop out" at exactly the 10th slide, or just "in the neighborhood" of the 10th slide? What is on the 11th slide that might be causing an "override" of slide-level audio? Have you tried removing - and replacing - just the audio on slide #10?
Questions, questions ....
Thanks for responding. As it happens I figured a work-around a few hours after posting, I simply lowered the audio quality from CD to FM quality and now the movie works fine in previews and after publishing to swf. In the interests of sharing, the movie was pretty simple. A generic 70 slide PP deck with simple animations and audio recorded into Captivate for each slide. With regards to pixels, the movie was 720 x 540, and the Captivate file was 340 mb. The problem occured on local machines. It never hit the web.
Thanks for your time and effort.