Do not know if this will answer your question but you'll never post a Captivate-file to a website, you'll publish a SWF-file. That means that even if one downloads the file he is not able to change anything unless he finds a way to reconvert it to perhaps a FLA-file and then edit it in Flash. I'm not aware of converters to a CP-file anywhere.
Sorry if this is not the answer you expect.
Hi, thanks for the info.
Sounds like anyone can download the SWF file and although they can't edit it easily, they would be able to view the SWF repeatedly and post it to file sharing networks.
Is there way to prevent downloading the SWF file?
I interpreted this a bit different than Lilybiri did. I figure you are talking about the SWF output file and are wanting to ensure the SWF file isn't copied or passed around.
If I'm understanding correctly, you can accomplish this using a gizmo or Widget available from the CPGuru web site. It's called DomainLock and can be viewed at the link below:
This would force the Captivate SWF to only be played from the web site you specify. So even if you were to obtain the SWF and copy it elsewhere, it wouldn't work because the DomainLock widget binds it to the web site you specified.
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