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  • onCaptionInfo
    has the following properties displayname String Display name of the track type String Type of the track languagecode String Language code of the track targetwpm Number Target words per minute value of the track data String User defined data of the track Example AS1 AS2 AS3 client onCaptionInfo function info trace onCaptionInfo event at ns time var speakers info speakers for var n 0 n speakers length n var obj

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/captionate/help/en/e3.html (2016-05-02)
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  • onCaption
    Array An array of strings one for each language track speaker Number Speaker index of the caption A value of 1 means speaker is not defined Example AS1 AS2 AS3 client onCaption function captions speaker trace onCaption event at ns time trace Speaker index speaker for var n 0 n captions length n var str captions n trace Caption for track n str See also Events Overview onCaptionInfo Online URL

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  • onCuePoint
    corresponds to a specific keyframe and can be used to trigger other application events Note Captionate lets you change the type of cue points freely whether the cue point is at a key frame or not When cue points are placed before the encoding the encoder will make sure frames for Navigation cue points are key frames With Captionate the type is simply a string property If you will be

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  • onMetaData
    Captionate uses the first audio tag with non zero data size for this value Possible values are 0 Uncompressed Linear PCM platform endian 1 ADPCM 2 MP3 3 Uncompressed Linear PCM little endian 4 Nellymoser 16 kHz mono 5 Nellymoser 8 kHz mono 6 Nellymoser 7 G 711 A law logarithmic PCM 8 G 711 mu law logarithmic PCM 10 AAC 11 Speex 14 MP3 8 Khz 15 Device sound videocodecid Number Video codec ID used in the FLV Captionate uses the first video tag for this value Possible values are 1 JPEG 2 Sorenson Spark H 263 3 Screen Video 4 On2 VP6 5 On2 VP6 with alpha channel 6 Screen video version 2 7 AVC H 264 audiodelay Number The delay introduced by the audio codec in seconds During encoding other tags in the FLV are shifted by the same amount in order to ensure accurate audio video synchronization Captionate calculates this value from the difference in time values of the the first audio tag and first video tag canSeekToEnd Boolean Indicates whether the last video frame is a key frame or not cuePoints Array Lists all the cue points in the FLV This is an array of objects which duplicate the information in the cue points and each object has the same properties name time type and parameters Captionate has an option for not saving event type cue points into this array See FLV Information Dialog Metadata tab keyframes Object This object is added only if you select the option in FLV Information Dialog Metadata tab keyframes object has 2 arrays filepositions and times Both arrays have the same number of elements which is equal to the number of key frames in the FLV Values in times array are in seconds Each correspond to the timestamp of

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  • onLastSecond
    of the FLV useful for detecting the end of a FLV Parameters None Example AS1 AS2 AS3 client onLastSecond function trace onLastSecond event at ns time See also Events Overview onMetaData Online URL for this page is http www buraks

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  • About Captionate
    Michael A Jordan Michael Stewart Mike Downey Peter Joel Hall Phillip Kerman Robert Reinhardt Snow Stefan Richter Thomas Wester Tony Fairfield Special Thanks Special thanks to Macromedia Adobe and all Macromedians Adobeans History 2010 May 25 version 2 19pr RC 2006 November 3 version 2 18 2005 October 14 version 2 0 2005 May 6 version 1 0 Contact Info Captionate homepage http www buraks com captionate http www captionate

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  • Manitu Group Simple SWF Script Logger - Lets you see the order of scripts run in a Flash file
    loop or takes too long the last item in the log will not indicate this script but the last script that was completed successfully InitClip Actions are the first scripts that are executed in a SWF file usually used for class initialization Since they are executed only once they will show up in the log once There will be no items logged when class constructor or methods are invoked Likewise there will be no logged items for dynamically assigned functions MGSSL runs the processed SWF file with the extra FSCommand actions in it If the SWF file loads or imports other SWF files the execution of the scripts in them will not be detected Also note that some obfuscations are not compatible with MGSSL General Usage Open a SWF file and use the Run command The scripts that are executed will be listed dynamically on the log Scripts that are repeatedly executing will be indicated by Run Count column rather than added as a new log item The Script column identifies the executed script There are 4 types of scripts Frame Actions Actions in a main timeline frame or a movieclip frame Button Actions Actions associated with a button symbol executed on an event Clip Actions Actions associated with an instance of a symbol executed on an event InitClip Actions Actions executed once to initialize movieclip symbols Use the Stop command when done You can use the Save Log command to save and examine the log as a text file at a later time Menu Commands File Open SWF Loads a SWF file A special processed SWF file will be saved in the same folder to be run later as MGSSL TMP This file will be deleted when application is closed or a new SWF is opened Normally we wouldn

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  • Unlock SWF by Manitu Group
    will get you just one layer of movie with no sounds or actionscripts Also your movieclips would not import back as movieclips Nevertheless you ll be able to recover lots of your symbols UnlockSWF lets you remove the protection from a SWF file Flash will import the SWF or remove the protection password option Flash will not ask for a password and will not import the SWF You can also add protection to an unprotected SWF Flash will not import the SWF About the Debugging Permitted option When exporting a movie with Macromedia Flash you are given the option to make Debugging Permitted on the SWF optionally with a password If debugging is enabled you can debug a SWF file with Flash Debugging has changed with Flash MX Flash MX uses SWD files that contain debugging information which allows more advanced debugging with breakpoints By enabling debugging you ll still be able to debug the SWF without the SWD counterpart but you ll not be able to step through the code or use breakpoints Flash MX will display an error that it cannot open the SWD file To debug a SWF you need to remove its protection first and open it with Flash then right click and select Debugger To debug a SWF file remotely you need to enable remote debugging in Debugger window in Flash use the debug version of the Player that comes with Flash installed under Players Debug folder after opening the SWF right click the player window and select Debugger UnlockSWF lets you remove the debugging option Flash will not debug the SWF add the debugging option with empty password Just press enter when asked for password and Flash will debug the SWF or reset the debugging option password to empty string Just press enter when

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