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It all depends on what is making it big.
First .. turn on the option to compress the SWF from flash itself. That has
most benefit on content that is not already compressed (eg script in
particular) .. images and sounds will not benefit much from this.
If the file size is due to images .. try changing the imported image
resolution and the compression/quality settings to make them smaller.
If the file size is due to sounds .. try changing the compression and the
bitrate etc to make them take up less room
If the file size is due to fonts, try device fonts, or reducing the number
of fonts, or limiting the characters included in embedded fonts.
If the file size is due to embedded video, make it an external FLV and also
try changing the compression/quality/bitrate settings
If the file size is due to complex shapes (which isn't all that often) ..
draw the shapes small and the scale them larger. There are third party
program you can get that will effectively do that for you, but it is
possibly to do it yourself.
You really need to first understand WHY the file is so big, and then take
the appropriate steps to address that
My file are big because of my animate. I have many effects, with alpha and rectanlge tool. How can i turn on the option to compress the SWF from flash itself. ???
> How can i turn on the option to compress the SWF from flash itself. ???
If your size really is mostly due to timeline-based animation, then there is
not much you can do except the compress option in the publish settings.