I have a new project to create tutorials for the library. I am using a screen capture, Adobe Premier Elements and saving the file as a FLV file. I insert a link to the file on an HTML page, send to the server but when you click on the link I am getting a 404 page not found? I tried embedding the FLV using Dreamweavers Insert Flash Video command and nothing shows on the page.
I have a server admin who is unwilling to work with me and I have been looking around to see what needs to be done on the server end to get these to work. We are running a Windows Server 2003R2, Enterprise ED SP1.
Adobe Premiere elements does not give me the option to save as an .swf file just .flv, or, windows media, quicktime, or mpeg. The Flash Video was the smallest file and I had read (somewhere) that this was getting to be the most popular way of putting up video on the web.
Yeah Elements isn't designed as a start to finish solution for the web. It's just a piece to puzzle. It's meant more as a afterthought for if you already have Flash up and running, but no it's not the end result.
Okay so I was wrong, you don't need to use Flash to build out a player. I did some mucking around with Dreamweaver and found that it will actually create a player for you with the insert command.
When you do this command it creates 2 files alongside your html file. They are both swf files, one is the player and the other is the skin for the player. These both need to be correctly referrenced in your html and uploaded to the right directory on your server.