Hi. We need more info. When you say "video" are you talking about the Flash timeline? When you say it "carries on playing" do you mean it loops back to the beginning inside of Flash or is this after the animation has been exported to video?
Ye, I mean timeline. I don't use flash so I'm struggling. This is a one off and I'm editing someone else's file. I have deleted all key frames and frames from the original file, from the point where I want the animation to now finish. However, the timeline runs on for about another minute just as a blank white screen because there is no content there. I'm not sure how to tell it that I want it to finish. It carries on blank in both the timeline and once the file is exported.
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The reason the timeline continues to play is because there are empty frames still present on the timeline. This extends the "exposure" or length of the timeline even though there's no content in those frames.
Okay, this should be pretty easy then. Here's what I want you to do:
1. Scroll the timeline until you find the last frame that has content.
2. From the top layer, click and drag diagonally from left to right until all empty frame across all layers are highlighted.
3. Right-click over the highlighted area and select REMOVE FRAMES.
That should do it. Your timeline should now stop at the last frame of content.