In This Chapter
Publishing your movie
Choosing Publish Settings
Using Flash files with HTML documents
After you spend lots of hours creating a cool Flash file, tweaking the ActionScript to add every ounce of interactivity that the law allows and then testing the file, you're ready to publish the file in a format supported by Flash. Before you can publish the file, you have to choose one or more formats and then specify the publish settings for each format. When you specify publish settings, you also specify the quality of the sound and image files in your Flash document. The publish settings determine the file size and other factors, such as the version of Flash Player with which the file is compatible. That's what this chapter is all about — publishing your Flash file to share with a few friends or the world!
You can publish your file in other formats, such as JPEG, GIF, or PNG, with an HTML document to display the published file on the Web. Another option is ...