increase the virtual memory allotted to flash pro publishing by editing your jvm.ini file.
it's located somewhere in descendant directory of your install directory (something like common/first run/actionscript 3/
using a plain text editor, change
close and restart flash pro>open your fla>publish. if that fails, try:
Thanks. The suggestion seems very logical, but unfortunately made no difference.
how big is your problematic fla?
also, you can try resetting your preferences, reset your preferences - http://helpx.adobe.com/flash/kb/re-create-preferences-flash-professional.html
before uninstalling, cleaning and reinstalling
Files larger than ca. 350 Mb fail. It feels like a memory allocation problem, but I know next to nothing about how that works
and make sure you restart your flash cs6 after saving the change.
It didn't help. The text in the jvm.ini file has an additional m at the end (-Xmx131072m), but I guess that's ok.
no, that's not ok. remove it.
removing that "m" made no difference
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you could try having someone else publish for you or reinstalling flash pro.
if you reinstall, uninstall flash pro cs6 (including preferences)
clean your computer per http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/cscleanertool.html
restart your computer (don't skip this)
reinstall flash pro cs6