2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 8, 2009 9:48 AM by Captiv8r

    When importing SWF files they become shorter in length (time)?

    Ormnik

      Hi, I am using Captivate 4.0.0 Build 1596 on WIn XP Pro SP2.  The SWF files I am using are screen recordings from BB Flashback Pro 2.6.3 Build 1205(http://www.bbsoftware.co.uk)

       

      The SWF files are 1280 x 1024 and when I export them they have the following settings:

       

      Full Frame Rate (14 FPS)

      SWF Format

      Lossless Compression

      No Audio

      Exporting frames 0 - 420

       

      HERE IS THE PROBLEM:

       

      In Internet Explorer 7 the SWF files loads just fine and takes 30 seconds to play from beginning to end. (420/14 = 30 seconds)

       

      When I load it into Captivate 4.0.0 it is now only 14.1 seconds long and there are 422 frames?

       

      If I export it at 30 fps I get a file that imports into Captivate that is 30 seconds in length but is now 901 frames?

       

      Seeing as how you can only have 16000 frames I am now limited to roughly 8.5 min for my SWF file.

       

      Why is Captivate modifying the play time?

       

      I am very new to Captivate and this has been the only real problem I have had so far.  If I could get this problem resolved then I would be a very happy camper.  Thanks!