Flash Templates Tutorials - QuickTime
QuickTime properties setting
QuickTime publication option creates a movie in QuickTime format.
When Flash is creating QuickTime file, it copies a Flash clip to a separate track. Flash clip is played in QuickTime movie in the same way as in the Flash player, retaining all of its interactive features.
If the Flash clip contains a QuickTime movie, Flash copies it to a separate track in the new QuickTime file.
QuickTime settings properties management in Publish Settings dialog box
Dimensions – Setting the size of the exported QuickTime movie in pixels, which you enter in the fields Width and Height. If you enable Match Movie function, entering any data into the fields Width and Height has no effect, and Flash publishes the movie of the same size as the clip.
Alpha – Defines alpha-mode of transparency of Flash track in QuickTime movie. Please note that this does not affect any alpha settings in the Flash clip directly.
Alpha makes the Flash track transparent. Any content in the tracks behind the Flash track is visible. Copy makes the Flash track non-transparent. All the content in the tracks behind the Flash track is hidden. Auto makes the Flash track transparent if it is above all other tracks, but makes it opaque, if this track is at the basis or it is the only track in the movie.
Layer – determines where the Flash track will be placed in QuickTime movie.
Top always puts the Flash track at the top of the other tracks in QuickTime movie. Bottom always puts the Flash track behind the other tracks. Auto a place traced by Flash in front of other tracks if there is a Flash object in front of video objects in the Flash clip. Otherwise, the action puts the Flash clip behind all the other tracks. Streaming Sound makes Flash export all stream sounds in the Flash clips to the QuickTime sound track. This again compresses sounds using standard settings of QuickTime sound.
Audio Settings properties: Controller determines the type of QuickTime controller which will launch the exported clip. Select None, Standard or QuickTime VR. Looping - determines whether it should repeat looping of QuickTime movie continuously. Pause At Start - determines whether the QuickTime movie will start automatically when it is opened. Play Every Frame - makes QuickTime display each clip frame without omitting them with time support of the movie. When this option is enabled in the QuickTime movie, the sound does not run. Flatten, Make Self-Contained - combines Flash content and the imported video content in the new QuickTime movie. When this option is disabled, a new QuickTime movie refers to the imported files externally; these files must be present for the movie to work properly.