having the same problem, I think. My client has a small
laptop, and he claims that his computer display adapter cannot run
my Flash movie without making gaps in the embedded video (video
The video is an timeline-embedded flv with 25 fps and the
Flash movie document frame rate is also 25fps. I have exported it
as an Windows projector. There are two videos running at a stage
simultaneously, and the larger one is, according to my client,
flickering. I had no such problems with my computer and/or my old
Windows XP computer.
I'm trying to decrease the frame rate of my fla-file to
overcome the problem, but it leads to problems: all the animations
slow down when I decrease the frame rate. So am I just forced to
manually remove frames between animations to make them look as they
Any solution to decrease the framerate of the fla-file and
keep the original speed of animations and/or video?