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How to play MPEG movies within Flash at fullcreen?

How to play MPEG movies within Flash at fullcreen?

How to play MPEG movies within Flash at fullcreen?

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I want to play MPEG movies from a Flash application for CD-rom use. But I cannot import MPEG, can I jump to a QT player and have it play as fullscreen immediately?? Or how can I put a flash.swf(?) movie to play within the Quicktime player interactively...I have seen this, but do not know how??

Thanks.
I would appreciate help and can repay in kind if needed.

RE: How to play MPEG movies within Flash at fullcreen?

The best solution for you is to use director8 from macromedia. It can import both those files and do whatever you want to them. You can also make you file an executable one. Then burn it to CD.

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Hope this helps !

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