I created a Windows-based CD presentation which runs a Flash Projector (.exe). The projector contains FLVs, which were created with Sorenson Squeeze, for Flash 8 Player and later versions. Does the audience/client need a Flash 8 Player or later versions in order to be able to view the FLVs? -Thanks!
It depends how the .flv files have been encoded. If the .flv file have been encoded using on2 vp6 codec, then of cours the client need to have the flash player 8, otherwise flah player 7, even 6 is enough to play the .flv files.
Actually I believe that as long as the projector was created with/for version 8, then the projector has the Player Version 8 embedded into it, and the users would not need any player installed on their machine since the projector will be playing the content.