When I render an .flv by exporting in After Effects I cannot get cue points however when I import the .flv to a Flash doc, the controller is the same width as the video.
However, in order to get cue points, you have to add the video to the Render Queue in AE in order to see the cue points in Flash. But the video controller ends up wider than the video itself when imported to Flash.
My video is 495 wide by 360 high. When I render in AE in the Render Queue, and then import to a Flash doc, the video controller is about 30 pixels wider on both the left and right of the video. This looks goofy. Is their a way to resolve this?
The controller size is based oin the standard presets and the next largest to accomodate your full video will be used, but I don't see why this would be a problem? Can't you just override these settings in Flash?
Thank you for responding. I tried to but what happens is that that there is about 15 pixels of black space on the left and 15 pixels on the right side of he video. This does not happen when I export to Flash, only when I add to the Render Queue.
So If I adjust the video size in Flash, the video size changes however the black space still remains. Somehow AE is creating extra space black space on both sides of the .flv. Again, this does not happen when export to .flv.