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1. How to use Snosh?
2. What is the System Requirements?
3. File not supported?
4. Where can I find audio/video codecs?
5. Where is the converted flash stored?
6. Why can't I play the converted Flash?
7. Why can't I encode my video even though is the format supported by Snosh?
8. How do I make custom player controls on my output Flash?
9. How do I embeded my SWF into HTML?
10. How do I disable/enable Tips of the Day?
11. Where can I find tutorials for Snosh?
12. There there is no audio/video on the output?
13. What is FLV?
14. How to play FLV?
15. The audio is not synch with the video?
16. SWF limitation?
17. What is the difference between Fixed and Max keyframe types?
18. The output is white after converted a 3GP file?
19. The output is white after converted a MP4, M4V, MOV file?
 
 
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1. How to use Snosh?
Please refer to http://www.snosh.net/howtouse.html
2. What is the System Requirements?
Please refer to http://www.snosh.net/systemrequirements.html
3. File not supported?

There are several reasons for this. Most of the time, this is due to you don't have the required codec installed on your pc. Some specially encoded video, audio will require to have the same codec installed before can play or convert them.
There are several suggestions for this:

  • Install QuickTime 7 Player for converting MOV, 3GP, 3G2, M4V, MP4, QT, DV, certain AVI, Still Image (JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PSD, TIF, TGA) . QuickTime player is free.
  • Install Microsoft Direct-x 9 and above for optimize performance.
  • Windows Media 9 Series Runtime for WMV and WMA support. This setup file is included when you install Snosh.
  • Download a media info software and check what codec is missing. Then perform a search at google or codecs portal like http://www.free-codecs.com/
4. Where can I find audio/video codecs?
If your video/audio was encoded using a special codec, you will need to have that particular codec install on your pc before you can convert them. The best practice is to download a media info software and check what codec is missing. Then perform a search at google or codecs portal like http://www.free-codecs.com/
5. Where is the converted flash stored?
By default all the converted files will be stored in "C:\Snosh Project" . In case you cannot remember where you have set the output folder as, click on Export tab and refer to the save in textbox
6. Why can't I play the converted Flash?
Make sure you have installed the Flash 8 Player from Adobe website.
7. Why can't I encode my video even though is the format supported by Snosh?

There are several reasons for this. Most of the time, this is due to you don't have the required codec installed on your pc. Some specially encoded video, audio will require to have the same particular codec installed before can play or convert them.
There are several suggestions for this:

  • Install QuickTime 7 Player for converting MOV, 3GP,3G2, M4V, MP4, QT, DV, certain AVI, Still Image (JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PSD, TIF, TGA) . QuickTime player is free.
  • Install Microsoft Direct-x 9 and above for optimize performance.
  • Windows Media 9 Series Runtime for WMV and WMA support. This setup file is included when you install Snosh.
  • Download a media info software and check what codec is missing. Then perform a search at google or codecs portal like http://www.free-codecs.com/
8. How do I make custom player controls on my output Flash?

Snosh allows to add player control (play/stop/pause/forward/backward/volume control) to the output Flash:

  • Click on Player Control Tab, check "create player control on the output" checkbox.
  • Select the player control type from the player control combo box.
  • You can also enlarge the preview by clicking on the Enlarge button.
9. How do I embeded my SWF into HTML?

There are 2 ways you can do it:
Export Settings:
On the Export Tab, check the html checkbox. After the conversion, it will create a seperate HTML file in the output folder.

HTML Code:
You can use a notepad or Microsoft Front Page and paste the following HTML code:
<html>
<body bgcolor=#000000>
<center>
<object width="160" height="120">
<param name="MOVIE" value="sushi2.swf">
<param name="QUALITY" value="HIGH">
<param name="BGCOLOR" value="#000000">
<embed src="sushi2.swf"
quality="high"
type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
bgcolor="#000000"
width="160" height="120">
</object></center>
</body>
</html>
* You will need to replace sushi2.swf with your Flash filename.

 
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