I would like to query at runtime to see what the frame rate
of the .swf is set to. Is there a way to do this? I saw in help
that you can access this for Camera, Netstream and Tween, but what
about for the .swf itself? Thanks to anyone who can help.
True, Flash does not currently provide a way to natively
framerate. But it can be derived mathematically. :)
> If you are loading a swf pulished with 25 fps means,
> it wil run in the current fps of the main file. So, you
> cant find out that frame rate...
The SWF will run as close to the current framerate as it
can. If the
user's computer can handle 25fps, it'll run at 25. If it can
than than, the SWF will run at 25. If the user's computer can
12, it will run at 12.