At 1/31/13 04:46 PM, PinkamenaDiane wrote:
What do you mean? (I'm not that good with computers...)
I'm no expert myself, but if you Google 'load external swf into swf' there are plenty of tutorials available. Here's one. They all use a loader class to embed an external file within the first frame. You could try entering this code in 'actions' for the first keyframe of a new swf file:
var loader: Loader = new Loader();
loader.load( new URLRequest("mySwf.swf") );
Then upload the 33mb file somewhere and change mySwf.swf to the URL where the big file is located, for example http://site.com/mySwf.swf. You'll need someplace to host the file though, there are plenty of free hosts but not all allow direct linking or have a big enough file limit. You could use a service like Google Drive and use a service like this to generate a direct link. I don't know how the program you use works though, it might be different from regular Flash.
If this sounds too complex then compressing your content would probably be a better option. Or, if it's possible, just split the file. If it's a long animation, make it a two-part animation. Hope this helps! :)