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Running A flash program.

 
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Is there anyway a Java Program can open and run a flash movie? Going further can it put the flash movie iside a frame?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Hi Atrus,
You might check:
Flash Player SDK
but there seems to be no Java API. The macromedia forums might be a good place to check.

As a separate application you may launch the Standalone Flash Player via the exec(..) methods in java.lang.Runtime.
 
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I don't think that SDK will work for me.

Thanks for the Runtime methods, but how would I put it into a Frame? I may not always want it to be stand alone.
[ October 01, 2005: Message edited by: Atrus Greyor ]
 
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Use the Runtime.exec() thing only when you just want to launch an external process.
For embedding the Flash Player in a Swing GUI, you might try a component that allows for ActiveX integration in Swing. There's one which is not free though:
http://www.infozoom.de/de_jacoZoom.shtml
Maybe there are others, I don't know!
 
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