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    GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY (FOUND LEGIT FIX)

    For some reason. My audio is being dumb and is early when I "Test Movie" but not "Test Scene"

    As in like When I play the whole thing back it is earlier than what it is symched to, but when i "test scene" it is in perfect sync. Help please?

    I also might add I pressed "Save and Compact"
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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    Im sorry for the double post but i need this fixed, what I did is I deleted the scene and re did it. But i think "Save and Compact" does this. Does anyone know how to fix this? Its only on the last scene in the end.HELP
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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    How many frames?
    File size?
    Screenshot timeline.

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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    68 Scenes
    103 MB
    Last Scene 221 frames

    http://tinypic.com/r/2zp8l0i/6

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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    Right then, for some reason when a .swf is really big, the sound effects get put out of sync by about 5 frames, I have no idea how it happens or any real fix, but I normally get around it by adding the effects slightly later than they should.

    I'ma check NG cos I know loads of animators have the exact same problem, famous case Krinkle's Madness series..

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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    I'll give it a shot, thanks. Keep this thread open for any doubts. Thanks again.
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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    Just add the sounds and sync up without playing the full movie, then when you're all done drag all the frames forward and back to compensate for the change. Common sense really.
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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    Also make sure the sound files are set to Stream, that way Flash will try and compensate for frame skips.

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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    i realized that toward the end it gets bad. so yea. Thanks guys. I owe you guys a bunch
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    Re: GREAT ANTHER FLASH PROBLEM: AUDIO EARLY

    Guys I found a solution!

    1. Go to File
    2. Select publish settings
    3. go to the tab that says "Flash"
    4. Find where it says "audio stream" and click "Set"
    5. Set the bitrate to 64kbps and the Quality to "Best"

    I did the same to "event" just in case.
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