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Creating a Video with Synchronized Captions in Macromedia Flash 8

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The projects in this chapter are the most universally practical projects in a book full of practical projects! At the core, you’ll build text captions for video content. You’ll also learn to create any kind of synchronization.
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The projects in this chapter are the most universally practical projects in a book full of practical projects! At the core, you’ll build text captions for video content. You’ll also learn to create any kind of synchronization. For example, you can display bits of trivia on top of the video (like the old VH1 music video show Pop Up Video). Although you can always include such content right inside the video, keeping it separate in the Flash movie lets you easily modify it or even temporarily turn it off. Everything here also applies to audio. Not only are the synchronization concepts identical for video and audio, you can use what you build here for any audio-only projects you develop.

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