[Red5] Looking for some Tutorial on Flash CS4
Solange Molina Urrutia
solange.molina.urrutia at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 23:56:12 PDT 2009
the videoConference.fla is written in AS2..i think this is your problem..yo
can't export it as AS3.
To learn more about CS4 you can go to adobe.com/devnet/
On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 5:03 AM, Ernani Joppert Pontes Martins <
joppert at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for such wonderful product.
> I have been using FMS before to deploy some projects and came around with
> I am used to Java development, J2EE as well as Flex, but I lack a bit on
> knowledge on Flash itself.
> I am familiar with AS3, but lack a bit on AS2 knowledge when it comes with
> using Flash CS4 with the samples.
> I've been trying to setup a workspace on my CS4, so I can run the code and
> debug them on my local environment.
> I am using Mac OS X 10.5.x
> I wanted to understand how the videoConference.fla works, I've seen that
> you were using linkages, and on CS4, when I confirm the linkages it asks me
> to setup Flash to version 9 and AS3, not sure why, and once I run this, it
> complains int has to be under AS2 in order to run.
> I am willing to know a bif of how the classes are instantiated, I've seen
> some main classes, and others and they are ok when I look at, but not sure
> how do they get called when executing the SWF.
> I am familiar how flex works, but not just how Flash instantiate new
> objects and call its constructors and such.
> It may be a simple thing, but really, I feel a bit stuck here.
> If anyone has a tutorial on how to setup the dev env for Flash CS4 and some
> tips, I'd be veru much appreciated on how to do it.
> Other than that, I've successfully ran everything locally, and did a sample
> Now I am interested on learning more about how it renders video, audio,
> shared objects as well as the streaming of live contents based on user's
> Webcam or Flash Media Encoder.
> Kind Regards,
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