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Uploading of a swf file into another swf file in a specific locoation

I am making a banner in flash that i need to upload another swf file at right side that contains pictures how i will use the action script
i am just new for action script
you can help
pl z send me a mail at anulasingh@gmail.com

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Step-1: take rectangle shape
step-2: convert it to movieclip by pressing right mouse button the choose convert to symbol.
step-3: during convert choose the [Registration] as left corner.
step-4: place the movieclip where u need to place in scene and resize it as your requirement.
step-5: this open the movieclip.
step-6: Add new layer in timeline.
step-7: write this code.
this.loadMovie("file_name.swf", get);
step-8: Then test (Run) your movie.

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EXAMPLE 1
Register for an imageshack account the same people who run yfrog
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If you have a YouTube Account then this is easy just follow the embed button after you have uploaded your media

There is at the moment no easy way to do this however if you have the SWF or FLV hosted at another site then you can embed it using these codes

This example shows an embedded shockwave flash banner called valentines_animation.swf that has been uploaded to www.amarasoftware.com and then macromedia flash player is called to play it from the plugins page

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All you need to do is copy and paste this HTML and but it into your blog to test to see if it works.


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Open the uploader and sign in with your imageshack account details and then drag and drop OR browser for you video media if you use the batch tagger and select if the media is PUBLIC or PRIVATE

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