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Old 12-10-2002, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default Turning my flash files into a userfriendly movie

Hey all.
I'm trying to get a job, which explains why i have so many damn posts up. My brilliant idea is to use my website and turn it into a userfriendly movie (sort of like a slide show) that i can drop off to firms on a burned cd.

So far i was going to leave all my linking swfs as is, toss it in a folder make an alias and burn it to the cd. My issue is what if they dont have a flash player or what if their account managers are in charge of hiring and they use a pc. Is there any universal file that i can turn my movies into that would work?

Should I just assume that because they are a design firm that they have flash player on their desktop?

I've got about three days before i go out of town and do this.
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Old 12-11-2002, 05:14 AM   #2
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u can fire the *.swfs' as *.exe
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