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Subject: FLASH: Re: flash: multilple file (generator?)
From: Stephen Ingrum
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 07:04:32 GMT

<rant>
also, it seems perfectly logical to me to stretch my sound channel way out
(say to frame 500)
and if the sound only lasts till frame 30 (or so) then the file would be
smaller
than the same file with a sound that lasted longer (frame 100 or so) (same
exact number of key frames).
but this is not so... I must drag the sound channel to the end of the sound
(for each f*ing one) in order to
obtain a smaller file size.

What's up there?
Does it all stream so I shouldn't worry about it?
</rant>


----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Ingrum" <stephenatleagueofdesign [dot] com>
To: <flasheratchinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2000 12:32 AM
Subject: Re: flash: multilple file (generator?)


> wait... I guess the main question is, why am I using Flash for this
project
> at all???
> The only part of the page that is in Flash is the 500 (or so) audio
pieces.
> I was going to do the whole training piece in Flash but now (that's
another
> story)
>
> The only reason I'm still using Flash for this project is the streaming
> audio (and the fact that
> I know it). Is there a better streaming audio solution out there?
>
>
>


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