4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 25, 2008 4:58 AM by lukemiester

    CS3 video component - which files to upload

    lukemiester
      When using a video component in CS3, and the movie is rendered, does it, or does it not
      take all 4 files to show the movie on the web.

      1 question - may I please get an answer to this.

      Thank you,

      Luke wonderly
        • 1. Re: CS3 video component - which files to upload
          funkysoul Level 4
          you need the html, swf, flv and the skin of the playback Component.

          That's about it then
          • 2. Re: CS3 video component - which files to upload
            lukemiester Level 1
            Thank you for the answer.

            I guess the guy I paid 100.00 doesn't know what he's talking about.

            I'm totally fed up with CS3, and am sorry I ever bought it.
            • 3. Re: CS3 video component - which files to upload
              funkysoul Level 4
              hmm.. sad to hear that.. but tbh.. there is no difference in terms of what needs to be uploaded compared with previous versions. (besides mx)

              Maybe you can try to get your money back, someone who doesn't know what to upload / give the client so it works properly doesn't know his job.
              • 4. Re: CS3 video component - which files to upload
                lukemiester Level 1
                I've spent 3 WEKS trying, rerendering, going back to Adobe tutorials . .

                I KNOW it's something very simple . . . but I CAN'T GET PAST IT.

                I've had several questions on this forum for over 3 weeks -

                2 or 3 were answered - 1 saying go somewhere else and pay more money to someone to do it for me -

                I did - and am still screwed.

                I have serious content - and (after my phone call to Adobe this Morn)
                that will probably end up to be QT only.

                NO FREAKIN FAULT OF MINE - I FREAKIN TRIED.

                I've been EXTREMELY diligent in my efforts to make this work.

                In 1999 I created HUNDREDS of Flash Virtual Reality Tours (along with QT)
                that won State, Federal & special Congressional recognition & awards . . .

                Flash 5 was very easy for me to learn, and produce content.

                After investing in the CS3 Software, the training, and the new computer to run it all on - I'm absolutely no further along than I was when I started.

                This has been a freakin nightmare - with VIRTUALLY no support -
                and a complete indifferent attitude.

                See what Adobe says