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Inserting shockwave movies into a webpage

Trying to insert more than one flash movie into a web page but they both auto start

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Re: Inserting shockwave movies into a webpage

What you trying to do exactly. Please give me details.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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I cant install activeX

Download software here

Then follow the insrtuctions here

After installing Clear All History of your IE browser and Restart Your PC. Then view again the webpage where you want to play the flash movie.

Hope this helps.

Jul 20, 2011 | Graphics Publishing, Design & Multimedia...

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How to save a flash file?

If you want to save an .flv from a web page, you can use IDM, and if you want to save a .swf file you can save the page as complete .htm file and then open the web_page_name_files folder in Microsoft Windows.

Apr 15, 2011 | Graphics Publishing, Design & Multimedia...

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So I need to install macromedia webplayer, for an online course i need, so I click the link and it brings me to the adobe authorware site. When I download authorware it says that a movie should play to...

Access Adobe's web-site: <a href=""></a><br /> <br /> It should install the Adobe Flash Player, and then "play a (short) movie" to prove that it is installed.<br /> <br /> Then, re-install Macromedia Authorware.

Aug 30, 2010 | Macromedia Authorware 7.0 for PC

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How make the attractive webpage in micromedia flash mx?

Learn Flash and try embedding flash games and interactive content in flash to the web page using macromedia dreamweaver

Apr 07, 2009 | Graphics Publishing, Design & Multimedia...

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How to open .DXR extension.


Its not Acrobat format but Adobe's Shockwave format for movies. The difference is, they are locked from editing of content, you can only play them using any shockwave enabled browser (viz. IE) for this you need to download and install the shockwave player from Adobe site.

You can get it free from here:


Mar 17, 2009 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Cannot open a protected movie

You'll need the original .fla file. Or decompile it using something like this.

Jan 06, 2009 | Macromedia Flash MX

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You don't have an Adobe Flash player for my computer!

It's because you don't have an Adobe Flash Player installation yet. It is very useful... It lets you view sites that have shockwave files, movies,etc. Download updated Adobe Flash Player. Here's the link:

Click the Agree and Install now button.
A box will appear, Click the Run button to automatically install it for you.

Jan 01, 2009 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Opening of .dxr files - reg

You will want to use Shockwave player to view these movies. They are protected movies that do not have the code embedded for editing. These are created using Director MX, which can be purchased from Adobe.

May 05, 2008 | Macromedia Director MX 2004

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Flash player


You may go to the link given below to download and install the flash player on your computer.



Nov 28, 2007 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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DuplicateMovieClip command

Don't write the code inside the movie clip. Also use the following code. I've added one more line which will move your duplicated movie clip 100 pixels right so that you can view both.

setProperty("_root.one1_mc", _xscale, "30");
setProperty("_root.one1_mc", _x, getProperty("_root.one1_mc",_x)+100);

Oct 12, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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