Flash animation

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Re: Flash animation

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Thanks for all the suggestions, everyone here is always so helpful. I attempted the conversions suggested and here is what happens.

I have a computer running windows 7 and has the same version of VSX9 installed and still has flash player. I used the program on this computer to convert the swf files into mov and wmv files. When I try transferring these to the windows 10 computer the VSX9 program gives me a 'file mismatch' error and will not recognize the mov or wmv files. The VSX9 program on the windows 7 computer does recognize these mov and wmv files and plays them as expected.

Any suggestions?
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Re: Flash animation

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Do those converted files also play Ok using say media player or VLC?

Regarding the mov files, you should check to see that you have the quicktime codecs installed: see these forum links
- https://forum.corel.com/viewtopic.php? ... ec#p382660
- https://forum.corel.com/viewtopic.php?p=382228#p382228
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Re: Flash animation

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As a workround I changed my PC clock setting it to 01/01/2021
I do not know if there is an impact on the rest of my pc when reverting the time
It is your decision as to whether you do this, that my disclaimer

I was then able to use Video Studio 2019 to import the SWF
I can now render / convert the SWF to Mov Alpha retaining the transparency
The files are a little on the large size compared to SWF

I could not import to 2020, no idea why or the difference between 2019 and 2020

Revert the clock back to auto and the swf cannot be edited using 2019
Regards Trevor
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THANK YOU!

This is the solution that worked for me. Reset the clock. Open v2019, import SWF and Share as MOV with Alpha channel. When clock reset then all MOV files can act and behave like the original SWF. This is a huge PAIN IN THE ***. Adobe sucks and Corel is not that better for knowing this DROP DEAD USE date was going to happen, yet allowed me to purchase and download EXPIRING file types without providing replacements - or notices of pending issue. This is going to take hours to convert all the SWF's I've created and been using for decades.
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Re: Flash animation

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stevef wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 12:09 am
THANK YOU!

This is the solution that worked for me. Reset the clock. Open v2019, import SWF and Share as MOV with Alpha channel. When clock reset then all MOV files can act and behave like the original SWF. This is a huge PAIN IN THE ***. Adobe sucks and Corel is not that better for knowing this DROP DEAD USE date was going to happen, yet allowed me to purchase and download EXPIRING file types without providing replacements - or notices of pending issue. This is going to take hours to convert all the SWF's I've created and been using for decades.
Read this post by Choi seong

https://forum.corel.com/viewtopic.php?p=385146#p385146
Regards Trevor
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