I've got several one-hour long presentations to edit and upload, with final deliverable being a .flv. The video portion will simply be a progression of slides that change every few minutes. I'd like to avoid the huge amounts of data that comes with repeating these slides as frames at 30, 24, or even 10 times a second.
Can a Flash animation simply cue a slide (or layer) at a certain point in an audio track, thereby saving the file from being over 100MB?
I have Flash CS3, but haven't worked in it that much. With our looming deadline just days away, I'd rather not play around with it only to find it won't work.
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