I did this a short while ago using something along the lines of this approach (found it somehwere via Google)...
Spread the sound file along the timeline of an empty fla file and in the File menu select Export -> Export Movie -> and select wav for the file type.
I copied and pasted the symbol into an empty .fla file. This new .fla file is just 1 frame. Can you tell me what you mean by "spreading" it along the timeline? When I tried exporting it to a .wav file (as just 1 frame in timeline), I only hear a fraction of a fraction of the first note of the music in the generated .wav file. The music is heard fine in its entirety when previewing the .fla file (F12).
By the way, in the symbol's properties, there is an option to "Export for ActionScript" and an option to "Export for runtime sharing". Do you think any of these would work?
1 person found this helpful
By spreading it across the timeline I mean to add frames to the layer you place it in until the sound no longer shows in the frames. JUst try right clicking frame 10, select Insert Frame and you should see the sound along the timeline.... you need to find the end of it so that it all displays on the timeline.