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[Gnash-dev] export Flash animation as still frames or movie file, rather

From: John Beale
Subject: [Gnash-dev] export Flash animation as still frames or movie file, rather than just display?
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 13:23:42 -0800
User-agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20061207)

Dear Gnash developers:

First off, thank you for the very useful program even in pre-1.0 form.
Apologies if Gnash already does this and I just couldn't figure it out...

It would be very useful to be able to export a flash animation to a rendered file, either separate image files (eg. IMG001.PNG, ...etc.) or as some video format.

In my case, I do video production with Windows XP. A client wants his website flash animation as video on a DVD. I was able to sort-of do this using Gnash 0.7.1 and the "Camstudio" screen capture app: the flash plays smoothly, but the screen capture often shows missing or duplicated frames. It doesn't seem to be a processor speed issue; using the gnash -d option I slowed playback down from 15 fps down to 1 fps but the captures still skips just as much. A direct file export from the flash player seems like the cleanest solution.

best regards,
John Beale

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