I encoded an AVI w/ Media Encoder and dropped the FLV into a Flash playback component.
In my compiled SWF, the video plays in hyperspeed (like it has a really fast framerate), but the audio plays normally.
It seems like an encoding issue, but could it be something in Flash?
I'm guessing there's some setting mismatch -- different bitrate, framerate, dimensions?
I've recorded a couple screen capture vids (.AVI files) w/ CamStudio.
CamStudio's video options:
Compressor: Microsoft Video 1
Set Key Frames Every: 200 frames
Capture frames every: 5 ms
Playback rate: 200 frames/sec
AVI file's properties under Windows:
Size: 168 mb
Width: 1098 px
Height: 823 px
Bit Rate: 56kbps
Frame rate: 200 frames/sec
Data rate: 2290kbps
Video sample size: 16 bit
Video compression: MS-CRAM
I encoded this file to FLV with Adobe Media Encoder several times.
I tried a couple different presets, but I don't understand what the cause might be.
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