I want to create an .swf file that has a 5-second graphic image, followed by a 2-minute video, and then a different 5-second graphic. I already have the vide in .flv format. I was told to just supply the .swf file, so that makes me think I need to embed the .flv file. But, there is a warning about audio/video synchronization problems when you embed video, and that is indeed what happened.
I also tried adding the video at the 6-second mark in the file and adding blank space for 2 minutes, then adding a new keyframe and the final 5-second graphic. The timing appeared to work fine, but you couldn't see the video -- you could only hear the audio. I have the video on the top layer, so there isn't anything covering it.
There must be a way to accomplish what I need. Can somebody give me some guidance? Also, is it possible to get it all into one .swf file without the synchronization problems?
Thanks for any help you can give me.
Does the flv file works fine outside Flash before you add it?
Yes. If it's helpful, I created the .flv file from Sorenson Squeeze. Could a frame rate difference between the .flv file and the .swf publish settings be an issue?