SWF and Jitter

Jun 5, 2006 at 9:40pm

SWF and Jitter

Dear all, I’m trying to learn more about Flash-Jitter communication.
Do you know why many “.swf” flash movies doesn’t work in Jitter?

I’m trying, with the message “read”, to import this swf:
http://www.larabbiadilucia.altervista.org/animation.swf

in the Jitter tutorial patch “44jFlashInteractivity.pat”, but it doesn’t work (and it’s not the only case).

Thanks,
Bruno

#26310
Jun 5, 2006 at 9:55pm

Only Flash 5 features (and a small group of Flash 6, if I recall
correctly) are supported by QuickTime. If you need to support Flash 6
and Higher, you should run in a flash standalone or web browser and
communicate with one of the various Flash/Max networking solutions.
(e.g. flosc, or flashserver, or a custom MXJ solution)

-Joshua

#78410
Jun 5, 2006 at 10:08pm

#78411
Jun 6, 2006 at 1:15am

On Jun 5, 2006, at 3:08 PM, Bruno Zamborlin wrote:

>
> java Gateway 1250 3000
>
>>> Exception in thread “main” java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError : Gateway

I’m not positive, but it sounds like you have not properly configured
your java classpath. Please search online Java documentation and
resources to learn how to configure your Java class path so that it
will include all of the classes you need to run the java programs
desired.

Also note that under Windows XP, you’ll probably need to disable or
re-configure your firewall settings so that you can expose/access
various ports.

You may also consider using Olaf Matthes Flashserver object.

http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/flashserver/

Best of luck.

-Joshua

#78412
Jun 6, 2006 at 10:50am

Thank you Joshua, but now I resolved the problem.
I don’t know why, but on XP machine it’s necessary to point at the folder again, something like:

cd C:flosc
java -classpath C:flosc Gateway 1250 3000

Now it works :)

#78413

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