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  • Action Script Viewer - ASV FLV to FLV Audio Converter
    files created by Flash Communication Server Sometimes Flash won t import the FLV file You need to manually add enough frames to the FLA file Some sounds are too long to fit in the 16k frame limit of a SWF file ASVFAF extracts the audio data in a FLV as FLV file s that is importable by Flash ASVFAF optionally slices the audio at a chosen interval and can also create Flash MX or Flash MX 2004 1 fps FLA file s with the appropriate frame count ready for FLV import You can easily extract the audio using ASV after you import the FLV s created by ASVFAF to Flash and export SWF s Installation Copy all the files in the zip to the folder you have ASV40 EXE ASV FLV to Audio FLV Converter does not use an installer uninstaller and we consider this as a feature When you restart ASV Convert FLV to Audio FLV command will be added to ASV Tools menu Notes ASV FLV to Audio FLV Converter requires ASV to run works and is tested on Microsoft Windows 95 98 ME NT 2000 and XP does not try to connect to Internet in any way UnInstallation Delete the files you copied There is no uninstaller supplied Usage ASVFAF adds Convert FLV to Audio FLV command to ASV Tools menu When you run the command you ll be presented with a open file dialog where you can browse for a FLV file or close ASVFAF by canceling the dialog When the FLV is open you ll see the main ASVFAF window Windows XP Snapshot above Filename and timestamps of audio start and end will be displayed With the Open File button you can open a new file Alternatively you can drag and drop a FLV file

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/tools/faf.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Data Tab Options Tab About Tab Dialogs Open Dialog Import Plugin Dialog Messages Dialog About User License Agreement This online help documentation is of the latest version of SWF Revealer Ultimate In case of version differences when necessary install offline

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/swfrul/help/en/contents.html (2016-05-02)
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    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/swfrul/help/en/noscript.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Captionate 2.x Help file (online)

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    Original URL path: /captionate/helpfile/index.html (2016-05-02)


  • Captionate Help (online) [Under Construction]

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    Original URL path: /captionate/help/en/ (2016-05-02)


  • Captionate - Receiving Captionate Embedded Data
    want to do more including providing a controller In order to receive any data there might be in the FLV file we need to add event handlers to the NetStream object instance nets in the above example which has the video instance attached Adding the event handlers are quite simple but you need to make sure you add the handler functions to the correct NetStream instance For example in a class code while seems obvious you need to make sure the NetStream object is created before adding the events Now lets add an onCaption event handler to our sample nc new NetConnection nc connect null nets new NetStream nc video attachVideo nets nets onCaption function captions speaker trace onCaption event at nets time nets play test flv Also note that when using AS2 you may need to use the syntax as follows which is exactly the same thing written in a different way nets onCaption function captions speaker trace onCaption event at nets time Lets copy onCaption and onCaptionInfo handler samples from Captionate s help file events section nc new NetConnection nc connect null nets new NetStream nc video attachVideo nets nets onCaption function captions speaker trace onCaption event at nets time trace Speaker index speaker for n 0 n captions length n str captions n trace Caption for track n str nets onCaptionInfo function info trace onCaptionInfo event at nets time speakers info speakers for n 0 n speakers length n obj speakers n trace Speaker n name obj name data obj data tracks info tracks for n 0 n tracks length n obj tracks n trace Track n displayname obj displayname type obj type languagecode obj languagecode targetwpm obj targetwpm data obj data nets play test flv Now our simple sample can trace all the data from onCaption and onCaptionInfo events You can add other event handlers from Captionate s help and trace the data As you see every event has its own parameters and data structure For example onCaptionInfo has speakers and tracks arrays onCaption has two parameters one holds caption text for all language tracks and the other is index to the speakers array The type of the parameter for onMarker is a string So you need to add the correct event handler to the NetStream instance and in the handler function you need to parse the data received Receiving Events when Using Standard Components That s fine you say but I use the MediaPlayback component in Flash MX Professional 2004 now what All components play the FLV internally similar to our sample above using the NetStream object You ll need to add the events to the NetStream instance in the components instance on stage indeed very similar to our simple sample Flash MX Professional 2004 MediaDisplay Component Lets say the instance name of the MediaDisplay component is md The Netstream object instance can be reached as md playerImpl ns var nets md playerImpl ns Using the above line you can get the NetStream object instance

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/captionate/docs/receive.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Captionate - Using Captionate Exported XML
    language on the fly Reading in the XML We will develop our solution for Flash MX 2004 version 7 and Flash 8 Flash MX version 6 does not support external FLV files and while some of the code here may apply it s not supported through this article Reading an XML file with Flash is rather easy as Flash has a built in XML Object XMLNAME test data xml var captionsXML new XML captionsXML load XMLNAME Obviously you won t even need to have the file name on a separate line and even as it is it takes only 3 lines Unfortunate for our simple coding purposes the load function is asynchronous that is it returns immediately and lets us know that the loading is finished by calling onLoad function and setting loaded property to true We have decided to use the XML temporarily and move the data to arrays hoping for better performance Here are the 4 arrays we will use time values for every caption each array element is the time value in seconds var captionTimes new Array speaker index and caption texts for every caption each array element is an array which has speaker index at 0 and caption texts such that track0 text is at 1 track 1 text is at 2 and so on var captions new Array speaker info for every speaker each array element is an array such that 0 speaker name 1 string data for the speaker var speakerInfo new Array track info for every track each element is an array such that 0 display name for the track 1 type of the track 2 language code fo rthe track 3 target wpm for the track 4 string data for the track var trackInfo new Array We just need function that will populate these arrays after the XML is loaded and here s that function which checks every node in an XML recursively and moves the caption related data in one pass recursive function that copies the data in Captionate XML to 4 arrays function CreateCaptionArrays node XMLNode if node hasChildNodes for var aNode node firstChild aNode null aNode aNode nextSibling switch aNode nodeName case captionate inCaptionate true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inCaptionate false break case captioninfo if inCaptionate inCaptioninfo true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inCaptioninfo false break case trackinfo if inCaptioninfo inTrackinfo true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inTrackinfo false break case speakerinfo if inCaptioninfo inSpeakerinfo true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inSpeakerinfo false break case captions if inCaptionate inCaptions true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inCaptions false break case caption if inCaptions convert time to seconds captionTimes push aNode attributes time 1000 current new Array captions push current inCaption true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inCaption false break case speaker if inCaption current push Number aNode firstChild nodeValue if inSpeakerinfo current new Array speakerInfo push current inSpeaker true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inSpeaker false break case track if inTrackinfo current new Array trackInfo push current inTrack true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inTrack false break case tracks if inCaption inTracks true CreateCaptionArrays aNode inTracks false break case name if inSpeaker current

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/captionate/docs/capxml.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Captionate - Captionate XML Format
    single cue point Attributes time Required Timestamp for the cue point The format is defined by the timeformat configuration tag Two cue points cannot have the same timestamp Tags name Required Name of the cue point type Required Type of the cue point Can be either event or navigation parameters Optional Contains the parameters of the cue point as name value pairs such that name is a tag and value is the content of the tag name value name If the namesareprefixed configuration tag is present the name is prefixed with the string name cuepoints Sample xml version 1 0 encoding UTF 8 captionate namesareprefixed namesareprefixed namesareprefixed cuepoints cuepoint time 1500 name My First Cue Point name type navigation type cuepoint cuepoint time 2400 name New Cue Point name type event type parameters name name 0 my value name name 0 name url http www captionate com name url parameters cuepoint cuepoints other toplevel tags here captionate The above sample has two cue points defined First one is a navigation type cue point and has no parameters Second one is an event cue point and has two parameters Because namesareprefixed is present the tags for cue point names are prefixed with name timeformat tag is not present so timestamp values are in milliseconds custommetadata Defines name value pairs that will be saved in custommetadata object in onMetaData event data Tags name Optional value Tag name is the name part of the property pair If the namesareprefixed configuration tag is present the name is prefixed with the string name custommetadata Sample xml version 1 0 encoding UTF 8 captionate custommetadata name1 value1 name1 name2 value2 name2 name3 value3 name3 custommetadata other toplevel tags here captionate markers Defines Markers Tags marker Optional Each marker tag contains information for a single marker For details see below marker Defines a single marker Attributes time Required Timestamp for the marker The format is defined by the timeformat configuration tag Two markers cannot have the same timestamp Tags label Required label text of the marker markers Sample xml version 1 0 encoding UTF 8 captionate timeformat hh mm ss ms timeformat markers marker time 00 00 08 316 labels scene1 starts label marker marker time 00 00 42 211 label video ends label marker markers other toplevel tags here captionate captioninfo Defines language tracks and speakers Tags trackinfo Required Defines language tracks For details see below speakerinfo Required Defines speakers For details see below trackinfo Defines language tracks used in captions The order of the track tags contained in this tag is important First defined track becomes track number 0 second one becomes track number 1 and so on At least one track definition is required The track count must also match the caption texts defined in captions Tags track Required Each track tag defines and contains information for a single language track For details see below track Defines a single language tracks properties Note that Captionate embeds this data into FLV files along with caption

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/captionate/docs/capxmlformat.html (2016-05-02)
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