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java swing to Flash(.swf)

 
Ashutosh Agrawal
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Hai Friends,
i have one problem:
i am developing a Application(Graphical) using Swing and now i also want to export my content thatis displayed on Panel as Flash File (.swf).
anyone have any idea how to go for it...
Please help me...
Thank You...

Ashutosh Agrawal
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Sunil Kumar Gupta
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May be this can help you

http://www.adobepress.com/articles/article.asp?p=444218&seqNum=2
 
Ashutosh Agrawal
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Thankx for replyng..
But that does't solved my problem.i am re-defining that.

Problem:
i have one panel in that i m adding some image,TextBox and i m also giving them some animation like move left..right etc.
Now i want to save that Container (with all the stuff) in to a SWF file in order to view it on Flash Player.

Thank you..
 
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Originally posted by Ashutosh Agrawal:
Thankx for replyng..
But that does't solved my problem.i am re-defining that.

Problem:
i have one panel in that i m adding some image,TextBox and i m also giving them some animation like move left..right etc.
Now i want to save that Container (with all the stuff) in to a SWF file in order to view it on Flash Player.

Thank you..




Then i would suggest that you can do these animation easily in flash rather than here in java. Try exploring actionscript..
 
Ashutosh Agrawal
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that is fine..i can do that.
but can't a save my created Animation in SWF file or any other widely supported format?
 
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