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Window size for Flash Movie

If I am designing flash movie for interactive learning lesson for children. What should be the best size of movie so that it should suit the user's monitor resolution and size?

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Guess that is 800 X 600 pixels...

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I have downloaded a movie with subtitles using utorrent now i am trying to watch the movie on KM player but subtitles wont load!! How do i?


start movie on km player do folowing steps
1)right click on screen goto subtitles ->check show/hide subtitle.
2)load subtitle->select srt file by browising


now your subtitle will work

Nov 12, 2010 | Dell Compilers & Programming Tools

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Kodak video converter for windows


Kodak Video Converter - Convert Kodak video files
Kodak video converter converts Kodak video files to all popular formats like MP4, SWF, WMV, AVI, DV, MKV, FLV, RMVB, 3GP and HD videos without lowering any quality.
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The output video files MOV from Kodak camcorder is not supported by many media player, portable devices and editing applications. With Kodak video converter, all headache will be resolved. Kodak Video Converter supports batch convert Kodak videos to something more common and editable and enable you import video to Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas and other editing program. You can simply choose to convert the best part of videos and integrate them with other source and merge into one. Free download the free trial copy and have a full evaluation now.
Note:
This version is for Windows?. If you are using Mac OS, please click here.

Simple yet Powerful video converter:
Bene fit from batch conversion of Kodak videos. Convert several video files at once and merge them into one, transfer them to devices.

Kodak camcorder family:
Kodak Zi8, Kodak Zi6, Kodak Zx1, Kodak PLAYSPORT, Kodak Easyshare, etc.

Powerful video converter:
Convert between video/audio files to import into Windows movie maker, Sony Vegas and Adobe premiere pro, Windows DVD maker, iTunes, Final Cut Pro (FCP) for Windows XP, Vista.

Output for portable devices:
iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Sony PSP, Creative Zen, Zune, BlackBerry, Gphone, Nexus one, Wii, etc.

Make videos ready for website:
Flash SWF and FLV, RM or WMV movies.

Manage almost all video and audio formats:
Kodak video converter can accept all regular formats (HD videos are included), such as TOD, MOD, MTS, M2TS, TS, TP, MOV, WMV, MP4, AVI, FLV, DV, RM, RMVB, SWF, MPG, 3GP, etc.

Edit video files with basic editing function

Trim set start and end point to define the playing length .

Crop set aspect ratio, 16:9, 4:3, full screen etc.

Apply Effect adjusts brightness, contrast, and saturation; special effect: gray, emboss, old film etc.

Output parameter settings Resolution, Frame Rate, Encoder and Briate of video, Sample Rate, Channel, Encoder and Bitrate of Audio.

Merge join multi-file into whole movie.

Split One Into Several From one single file, split it into several part so you can fit them on your multimedia device.

Snapshot capture images simply using snapshot button while previewing the movie.

Rotate: Rotate vertically and horizontally
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on Sep 17, 2010 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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Import Kodak Video Files & Edit Kodak zi8 Video in Windows Movie Maker You may...


Import Kodak Video Files & Edit Kodak zi8 Video in Windows Movie Maker

You may encounter the following problems:

Q1: I got a Kodak Zi8 HD for my birthday and filmed a whole bunch of footage on it. But I can't figure out how to get it into Windows Movie Maker. I can only "edit" it with the Kodak editing software. This is ****. Can someone please help me?

Q2: I have uploaded the camera films from my Kodak PLAYSPORT camera. But when I try to import movies to Windows Movie Maker the Kodak videos are showing up in the folder I put them in. Is it never going to work? How do I get the Kodak camera videos onto windows movie maker?

Q3......

Kodak zi8 Video to Windows Movie Maker Converter can professionally help you convert Kodak video to WMV, AVI, MPG for importing Kodak video onto windows movie maker. This converter also can edit your Kodak videos with clip/crop video, special effects, merge different files into one, capture images from video, etc.

Tips: Kodak video camcorder family consists of Kodak Zi8, Kodak Zi6, Kodak Zx1, Kodak PLAYSPORT, Kodak Easyshare. "
"Step by step on "How to edit/import Kodak Video in Windows Movie Maker with Kodak Video to Windows Movie Maker Converter"
Part I: Convert Kodak video to WMV for Windows Movie Maker.

Step One: Download and install
Download and install Kodak zi8 video to Windows Movie Maker Converter on your computer.

Step Two: Add Kodak video
Locate the Kodak video and add it to the converter."
"Step Three: Set output format and destination
Choose your Output Profile format (the file name extension you wish to convert it to) and Output Path (destination for the newly converted file).
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For example:
Select WMV for Sony Vegas, Windows Movie Maker.
Select FLV for uploading to YouTube
Select SWF for embedding to website

Step Four: Start the conversion
Click the "start" button to start converting.
Note: Before the Kodak video conversion, you can edit your Kodak videos, like merge, clip, crop, special effects and so on. Learn more about"How to edit Kodak video on windows"

Part II: Play and use Kodak Videos in Windows Movie Maker/WMM.

You can see the tutorial Edit Kodak Video with Windows Movie Maker
In a word, Kodak zi8 Video to Windows Movie Maker Converteris easy to use with high quality and speed.

on Sep 17, 2010 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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I have a flash button and an html textbox. how to show a value 10$ in html textbox on flash button click


I believe what you are looking for is what is known as "GetElementByID".
This is used in JavaScript to allow control over html elements within the page. This can also be used to control back and forth between JavaScript, the Flash movie, and the HTML code.
Here is a website explaining this.
http://www.permadi.com/tutorial/flashjscommand/
I hope this helps you, good luck!

Aug 10, 2010 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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How to import & edit Kodak video into iMovie on Mac? Kodak videos have now...


How to import & edit Kodak video into iMovie on Mac?

Kodak videos have now become very popular among users who want to shoot easy and fast videos. And quite a lot of these users are using Mac OS and need to edit Kodak videos in iMovie on their Mac machine. But when they tried to import the Kodak MOV videos to iMovie, iMovie won't display them but saying the files are unknown formats. How to solve this problem to edit Kodak video into iMovie on Mac?

Introduce an easy-to-use video converter, Kodak Video to iMovie Converter for Mac which can convert Kodak video to other formats supported by iMovie like DV, MP4, M4V, etc. Learn more features about Kodak Video Converter for mac, please click here.

Kodak video to iMovie Converter for Mac gives professionals the advanced features needed to convert in the competitive software market such as Kodak PLAYSPORT to mpeg-4/( HD) DV, Kodak zi8 to mpeg-4/( HD) DV, Kodak zi6 to mpeg-4/( HD) DV, Kodak zx1 to mpeg-4/( HD) DV, it also serves up doing some simple editing by cropping the clips, adjust color/contrast and merging into one cohesive movie, it converts the videos with fast speed while also supporting batch loaded files.

The following two parts will guide you through the steps to convert Kodak video to iMovie Mac and edit Kodak video on iMovie on Mac.
Part One: Convert Kodak video to iMovie Mac

Step 1.Add Kodak videos
Click the "Add File" button to add the Kodak videos you want to edit in iMovie to Mac Kodak Video to iMovie Converter.
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Step 2.Select the "iMovie" format for your conversion
Click the Profile drop-up list and select an iMovie format to convert your Kodak videos.

Step 3.Start the conversion
Click the "Start" button on the lower right of the interface to start converting Kodak video to iMovie.
Part two: Edit Kodak videos on iMovie.

Now your Kodak videos have been converted to iMovie supported video formats. Launch your iMovie and follow the steps below to edit your Kodak videos with iMovie:

Step 1.Import the converted Kodak videos to iMovie
Select "Import Movies" from the File menu and use the browser to select the converted Kodak videos. You can hold down the "shift" button to select and add multiple files. Then click on the "+" button of your iMovie to create a new project, and name this new project.
Now you can see the imported videos in the video clips section of the iMovie. Drag and drop them into the timeline of iMovie.

Step 2.Arrange video orders
Drag and drop the video files in the timeline to arrange them in the order you prefer.

Step 3.Select transitions
If you want to apply transitions to the added videos. You can select "Transitions" at the Window menu, select the transition you want and drag it and drop it between any two scenes.

Step 4.Set start and end
Click on the click icon to switch to the timeline view. Here you can trim your arranged clips for more precise editing. Simply use the Playhead bar over the timeline and select your stop and end points.

Step 5.Crop and adjust video
Select one video clip and click on the Crop button to crop it. Select one or more videos, and click on the Video Adjustments icon to adjust the video effects.

Step 6.Other editing
The editing tools also allow you to add text, effects, and audio effects. You can try out and play around with these tools to see how you want to edit your videos.

Step 7.Export your movies
Click the "Share" menu and select "Export Movie" to export your movies. Now you will see the "Size to export" window, select the size according to the references shown on this window, depending on which devices you want to export your movies to. iMovie seems to be more than enough for us to do the editing and it is not very easy to use. Actually, you can also use Kodak Video to iMovie Converter to do some easy editing. Click here to see how.

on Sep 17, 2010 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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How to Edit Kodak Video with Windows Movie Maker


How to convert kodak video to WMV and import kodak video to windows movie maker?

Windows Movie Maker is a very useful application to edit videos, and it has many features such as effects, titles/credits, transitions, audio track, timeline, narration and so on. However, if you want to edit Kodak videos using Windows Movie Maker, you will have to convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker supported video formats such as WMV, AVI and ASF.

Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker Converter can do the job perfectly. The following two parts will guide you through the steps to convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker and edit Kodak video with Windows Movie Maker.

Part one: Convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker.
Step 1.Download and install Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker Converter on your computer.

Step 2.Click the "Add Video" button to locate the Kodak video and add it to the converter.

Step 3.Select the WMV format from the Profile list as the output format.

Step 4.Click the "start" button to start converting."
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Part two: Edit Kodak video with Windows Movie Maker.

If you are using Kodak Video to Windows Movie Maker Converter, what you need is just to know where the converted files are saved. But if you use the Kodak to Windows Movie Maker on Mac, you need to copy the converted files to your Windows machine, because you can only run the Windows Movie Maker on Windows.

Step 1.Click "New Project" from the "File" menu to create a new project. And click "Save Project As" to save this project.

Step 2.Click "Import Collections" from the "File" menu, locate the folder where the converted files (now in WMV format) are save, and add the files you want to edit.

Step 3.Drag the video files to your Windows Movie Maker storyboard on the bottom of the interface.

Step 4.Add transitions. Select "View Video Transitions" from the left panel. Drag the transitions you prefer into the middle box of the storyboard.

Step 5.You can cut some time from a video by clicking and moving the half triangle at the side of the video.

Step 6.Add music. Go to "Import Audio or Music" and select a song. Then drag the song to the "TimeLine". You can also cut time or make a short sound by clicking and dragging the triangle.

Step 7.Add title or credits. Select "Make titles or credits" from the Movie Task List, and follow the on screen instructions to add titles or credits to your movie.

Step 8.Preview the work you have done by clicking the Play button on the left panel.

Step 9.If you don't need to reedit your movie, click "Save to my computer" from the "File" menu, and select on options from the provided options how you want to save your movie.

A detailed guide of how to use Windows Movie Maker, please click here.

on Sep 17, 2010 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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Flash Buttons


After creating a Flash movie you choose File > Save As from the top menu to save your movie. Save the file as "Somefilename.fla".
To embed the Flash movie you just made into an HTML page, you should go back to your Flash program and do the following steps:
Step 1
Choose File > Open. Open a Flash movie you have created.
Step 2
Choose File > Export Movie.
Step 3
Name the file "somefilename.swf". Choose the location where the file is to be stored (in your Web folder). Click OK.
Step 4
Open the HTML page where you want to insert your Flash movie. Insert this code:
<object width="550" height="400"> <param name="movie" value="somefilename.swf"> <embed src="somefilename.swf" width="550" height="400"> </embed> </object>

Feb 14, 2008 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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Flash scripting


To embed the flash file in HTML in a fixed size, try this:

<object width="550" height="400"> <param name="movie" value="somefilename.swf"> <embed src="somefilename.swf" width="550" height="400"> </embed> </object>

Hope this helps! :)

Feb 10, 2008 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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How to Rip blu ray movies to hard drive with blu-ray movie ripper Many blu ray...


Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper is an independent DVD and Blu-Ray ripper, which is capable of removing all sorts of DVD and Blu-ray protections, without the support of third party software, including CSS protections, BD+, AACS protections, even MKB Version >10 is supported as well.
Besides dealing with general DVDs in a perfect way, the greatest distinction between Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper and other competitive products is that it is able to read out all subtitles and audio tracks in a Blu-ray disc, and allows users to select whatever subtitles or audio tracks to do conversion. Dolby TrueHD audio and DTS-HD Master Audio are both supported well, which will never let you miss *********** tongue in the movie.
Furthermore, it has a unique option called "Copy"> "Directly Copy", through which you can directly backup your DVD .vob files and Blu-ray .m2ts files to the hard disk of your PC, and still in the format of .vob and .m2ts without any quality loss. In addition, it can rip and convert your Blu-ray movies and general DVDs into other popular audio and video formats like AVI, ASF, MPEG, MP4, WMV, MKV, MOV, FLV, SWF, RM, 3GP, AAC, AC3, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, M4A, etc., so that you can playback them on your beloved portable devices like iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Zune, Blackberry, PSP, Creative Zen, Xbox, Motorola Droid, etc.
Another difference between Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper and other Blu-ray rippers lies in that it provides several editing options to users, like trim, crop, add special effect, add watermarks and so on, so that users can do simple editing on their original movies without using any other video editors.
Following is the detailed instruction of how to convert BD subtitle and audio track while ripping a Blu-ray movie.

Step 1: Click "DVD Rom", "DVD Folder" or "IFO/ISO" to load Blu-ray files
By the way, there are a number of .m2ts files imported, and usually, the one with the longest duration is the main movie.
Step 2: Select your needed subtitle to convert
Click on the pull down menu of "Subtitle", then all the subtitles in the BD movie will be listed out, including language and subtitle ID, you can select one according to your own needs.

Step 3: Select your needed audio track to convert
Click the drop-down list of "Audio", and then all the info about audio tracks are shown clearly, including language, audio codec(turehd and dts master audio are both supported as well), stream ID, and audio channel, you can choose whatever you like to do conversion.

Step 4: Select output format and set destination folder

Click the pull down list of "Format" to select your wanted output format, there are a wide range of options, here I choose "MPEG-TS HD Video (*.ts) as an example.
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At the same time, you can click the folder icon at the opposite side of "Output" to specify where to locate the output files.
Step 5: Set advanced settings

Click "Settings" button, then you will be able to adjust audio and video parameters in the following interface, including codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel.

Step 6: Click "Convert" button to start Blu-ray ripping.
The generated files, which include the subtitle and audio track you have selected before conversion, can be found out via clicking "Open" button with ease.

on Feb 20, 2010 | Compilers & Programming Tools

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