Imported QuickTime movie in Flash MX2004 missing audio
I imported a QuickTime movie into flash, but there is no sound. I also tried importing the audio track seperately, but when I clicked on it in the library to drag onto a layer, Flash kept getting errors and shutting down.
I did a google search on this and found someone else with this same problem, but no one came up with a solution in that thread.
Any ideas? Does something have to be done when the .mov file is being made?
What version of Flash are you using?
I had that same problem a couple of months ago -
saved the audio as an .mp3, imported the video
so it'd be a m. clip [any frames needed to include all -
ck. the settings] then put the sound on a separate layer
within that m. clip. Worked fine...
Sounds like a good idea...
Thanks for the idea; it sounds good, but how do I import the audio/save the audio seperately as an MP3?
Last edited by somedaysunny; 11-15-2005 at 06:40 PM.
I think I used the RAD video tools, since at the time
I didn't want to have QTime on my computer...
Maybe someone else will have another option for you,
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