I have created a .flv with the intention of making it
available for progressive download from a standard web server. I
publish my .fla and create the default .html and .swf files and
they work just fine on my website and local machine while testing
the application and playing the .flv file. My challenge is
packaging up this application for a third party web designer to use
who some has familiarity with .html and does not have any flash
experience. Is there any easy way to prepare flash for hand off to
a third party and make it easy for them to post and play the files
on their web server ? Does anyone have an example of an easy way to
make the files play independently without knowing the path of the
destination web server in advance ?
What question would I want to ask the third party to make
sure I get the path of their web server correct ? would it be
something like public/ ?
I tried to do this as well and then my application no longer
worked as the path did not reflect the actual location of my .flv
file.... I am sooo confused.
I think I am struggling to ask this question correctly. Any
help in making my .flv more portable with limited knowledge of
their final destination path would be greatly appreciated.