This content has been marked as final. Show 2 replies
If it's got an .exe extension and plays the flash video it's a flash
I don't believe there is a way to over-ride the warnings about downloading
an .exe file , as there really shouldn't be.
Can you get a copy of the video in .FLV format?
I seem to remember that you can't convert a projector file back into flash
video, but I'm not certain if that's still the case.
You might want to ask in the flash forum.
"mancunian12" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Good evening,
> I was trying to create link that would open a flash video. I am using
> Dreamweaver 8. If I open the video from my hard drive it just opens
> If I do it via a website it has a window pop up asking to run the program,
> it says are you sure you want to run the program and then I can open it. I
> users to just click the link to see the video play. I wonder if the
> problem is
> because of the file extension, I don't have the name with me right now but
> is in this format example.exe and not a flash extension yet it plays a
> movie. Is there a way I can make this movie play without users being asked
> run the program?
Thank you for your reply. I will look into this tomorrow. I was given the flash video on a cd to post online. Your answer makes sense. If I play it right from the cd it does not ask me to run the program. I will try the flash forum. Have a great evening.