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Trying to link graphic events to key points in soundtrack

Trying to link graphic events to key points in soundtrack

Trying to link graphic events to key points in soundtrack

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I am currently tryng to get  my animations to happen in sync with certain points in a piece of music. It's fine before I preview it in browser, then it all goes out of whack! Can anyone help?

RE: Trying to link graphic events to key points in soundtrack

Are you preloading your elements? Preload the music and the images so they can play just like you created them.

If this doesn't work come back to keep trying other options.

Fernando Regueiro
ferhelping@yahoo.com

RE: Trying to link graphic events to key points in soundtrack

Mangrove,

Are you selecting the SYNC option when setting up your soundtrack?  If you want the movie frames to keep in time with the music, you need to SYNC the sound file to the movie events.

That's what I suggest.

Judland
judlandwaste@netscape.net
Virtual Sky Media Group
http://www.crosswinds.net/~myintv for my Intellivision site.

RE: Trying to link graphic events to key points in soundtrack

Depending on how larg you sound track is, you can choose not to stream your music, have it all load before the movie starts, this allways helps. You can also shrink your sound tracks file size before you import it.

Todd Norris
Todd.Norris@home.com
My Personal Profile 2000
Hope this helps !

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