.swf file for use in jitter?


    Dec 18 2006 | 8:38 pm
    This question will probably seem pretty nubile for most of you;
    I want to use a .swf file in jitter; is there a conversion program anyone knows of that can convert swf or quicktime or something else usable within jitter?
    I'm new to mac, but have been doing Max/MSP stuff on my windows machine, so if anyone knows of a solution for either platform, it would be helpful.

    • Dec 18 2006 | 8:49 pm
      >This question will probably seem pretty nubile for most of you;
      >
      >I want to use a .swf file in jitter; is there a conversion program
      >anyone knows of that can convert swf or quicktime or something else
      >usable within jitter?
      There isn't a conversion program. If your stuff uses Actionscript 1,
      then you should take a look at the Jitter Tutorial. I believe that it's
      >Tutorial 44 or so that deals with ways to use Flash interactivity.
      --
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    • Dec 18 2006 | 9:13 pm
      yeah, thanks. ill check it. the situation is frustrating because the file involves no interactivity whatsoever; its just a video already.
    • Dec 18 2006 | 9:37 pm
      On Dec 18, 2006, at 1:13 PM, eric guenther wrote:
      >
      > yeah, thanks. ill check it. the situation is frustrating because
      > the file involves no interactivity whatsoever; its just a video
      > already.
      Not sure if flv (flash video) works in QuickTime (only up to flash 5
      features supported). For ripping .swf or .flv to avi/mpeg/other,
      check out this:
      Or other similar things around.
      -Joshua
    • Dec 19 2006 | 7:53 am
      If it's just a video, you can save it as quicktime. If you're using
      flash with jitter try flashserver.
      On 18/12/06, Joshua Kit Clayton wrote:
      >
      > On Dec 18, 2006, at 1:13 PM, eric guenther wrote:
      >
      > >
      > > yeah, thanks. ill check it. the situation is frustrating because
      > > the file involves no interactivity whatsoever; its just a video
      > > already.
      >
      > Not sure if flv (flash video) works in QuickTime (only up to flash 5
      > features supported). For ripping .swf or .flv to avi/mpeg/other,
      > check out this:
      >
      > http://www.flash-video-mx.com/swf_to_video/
      >
      > Or other similar things around.
      >
      > -Joshua
      >
      >
    • Dec 25 2006 | 6:50 am
      what do you mean save as quicktime?
      i didnt create the flash file, i was just sent it...