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The easiest solution is to put all flash files in sub-folders, and link them in Dreamweaver from the files in the root folder --- but the key, AFTER uploading to your server, is to change your MANAGE SITE CONTENT information with your host server. Specifically, change (advanced) PERMISSIONS to READ and EXECUTE (DIRECTORY). It's important that both are checked… If you don't do this you'll see that it works fine on your local machine, but not after uploading to your server.
Make sure the size of the .img file is comparable to the total size of the files you want to burn. if the sizes are similar, then you may have an open session on the disk. many optical drives wont read the information in an open session. check your burn options and select 'close session', then reburn. If the size is very small, then the .img file may not have been created properly.
I've finished your requirement almost but how do you read the swf files from the xml one by one? My code will parse the xml and open the swf files one by one and so you can only view the last swf file.