Dear Forum - this is probably an instant 'no, you can't', but
I thought I'd ask anyway. I've had a look around the forum first
and wonder if I've missed the answer, so apologies if I have. I
have imported a short video clip into a Flash file I've created.
Unfortunately, that video clip contains music, which I would prefer
to 'lose' if possible. Is it at all possible to incorporate the
video clip and turn the sound off, or can this only be done before
the video file is compressed and where the audio is in a different
channel from the visuals? I don't know if I can get a source file
other than the one I already have for this clip and I am not, as
you will guess, very advanced in terms of Flash skills!
Hi there - thanks for your prompt reply - much appreciated!
The source video file is basically already compressed and has been
taken from a company promo dvd, so all I have is an mpg file, and
the quality of that is now not great. The company for whom I'm
making the Flash movie has permission from the other company to use
whatever part of this promo they want, but as yet I have not
investigated whether I can get a better source file - ie not using
a ripped version of it from the dvd. So basically all I did was
import the mpg video clip into my Flash movie and build the rest of
the file around it. I can give you a link to a test version, if you
like? Do you still think I can control the sound within my Flash
file? I am only familiar with the very basics of ActionScripting!