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I am trying to import some Quicktime movie clips into a Flash MX 2004 file. When Sorenson opens up it warns me: "Note: No supported audio track in this file was detected". Of course when I foolishly proceed and attempt to test the swf file i get video without audio. I've checked the files prior to importing and they do have sound. Am I missing something here? Please help. Thanks...

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    Default lost audio when I import Quicktime file

    I am trying to import some Quicktime movie clips into a Flash MX 2004 file.
    When Sorenson opens up it warns me: "Note: No supported audio track in this
    file was detected". Of course when I foolishly proceed and attempt to test the
    swf file i get video without audio. I've checked the files prior to importing
    and they do have sound. Am I missing something here? Please help.
    Thanks

    Fogfocus Guest

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    Default Re: lost audio when I import Quicktime file

    Did you ever solve your lost audio upon quicktime import problem? I am
    experienceing simular, except I'm not getting a warning at the Sorenson screen.
    I know Audio is in my files too, multi track audio as a matter of fact. I've
    noticed that others are experiencing the same problem, posting but not
    recieving any responses.... and you posted yous over a week ago... is this a
    bug no one is addressing?

    Let me know if you have made any headway, or if you're still in the dark...
    I'll keep banging away at it too.

    Thanks.


    Trane_DePriest

    Trane_DePriest Guest

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    Default Re: lost audio when I import Quicktime file

    I have not come across this problem that you 2 are having but my only
    suggestion is that the codec that you are using to code your quicktime movie
    might not be compatible with flash. That's just what it sounds like to me.
    I'm not familiar with if Quicktime movies can have diffrent type of codecs,
    like how windows avi's or mpegs do, but if Quicktime does that could be your
    problem. I hope this might point you in the right directions.

    bgtaman Guest

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