I just downloaded the trial version of Adobe Animate as i want to learn how to create html5-banners. i have a short video clip I'm planning to use in the banner but i'm having problem importing it. The "Import video" is not "clickable" under files/import and when i click on "import to library", I just get a error message saying the file (FLV) saying it isn't able to be imported. I'm using a mac.
If you only need to play the video
H5 does not support direct import.
Please open the window---component
You can copy the video to a file folder.
Path Write file name only.
If you use video as a material
ANCC now not only can't import video,
And you're going to have problems importing a lot of bitmaps.
I suggest you if the video is not very big.
You can use other software to output a JPG sequence, and then import
I want to do something like this; Banner.gif. In that gif I just imported the video in Photoshop and created a gif but it's obvs. to big/heavy to use for the platform. What kind of solution what you suggest, I'm still a newbie for stuff like this so any tips would be great!
Thanks for the help!
By the first method, you can.
Video Too Big
You can use the Adobe Media encoder CC 2018 Conversion.
The size is set smaller.
The quality is not too high.
the solution is the same as my original post, import an mp4.
if you have a video (eg, flv) that you need to convert, use adobe media encoder.
I have a similar problem, I imported my video correctly but I can't see it when I test my animation on my browser.
Do anyone have an idea?
are you creating an html5 project? if so, click control > test > test in browser