I've searched the forum to see if this question is already
addressed. I found one or two that are close, but do not directly
apply to my question. I've read the standard distribution license
agreement for the Standalone Flash Player, but I can't interpret
"legalese" and I just want to be sure.
I want to distribute the standalone Flash Player on CD to
prospective clients to play a .swf presentation highlighting the
benefits of using my services as a real estate agent. Before you
suggest that I simply package the presentation as a Projector file,
I can't do that. The presentation will reside on the Internet. The
standalone Flash Player on the CD will play the presentation from
the Internet. That's why I can't distribute it as a Projector file.
Additionally, running the presentation in a browser window
using the Flash plug-in is not a workable solution either. So
before making an alternative solution, I've already been down those
roads. My question is very specific. The FAQ seems to say that the
standard distribution license agreement allows me to distribute the
standalone Flash Player on CD to anyone. Is that, in fact, the
case? Can I copy the standalone Flash Player to CDs to distribute
to anyone? And if so, does the standard distribution license
agreement cover it? Thanks to all.
That could be really close to the answer for me. Let me ask
one question for clarification. I'm already running a .swf from the
CD which uses loadmovie to launch the file on the Internet. When I
do so, I'm loading it in layer 0, replacing the first movie and
it's working fine. Will this be any problem if the first movie is a
Projector file? Thanks.