Navigating Javascript

New Here ,
Oct 21, 2020 Oct 21, 2020

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Hey, I'm relatively new to Adobe Animate and am still working out how to navigate things. 

I have just completed a project in Animate and tried converting it into an MPEG4 file, but this has popped up.

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I have tried to guide my way to the script with this error, but can't seem to get to where I need. Can anyone help me make this out?

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 21, 2020 Oct 21, 2020
I wonder if having quotes in the file name is making a difference. Which video codec aare you choosing? If it is MPEG4, you will get better results with H.264. The file you will get will be an .mp4 instead of an .mov. Also, if you are just animating to make a video, use an ActionScript 3.0 FLA, and not an HTML5 Canvas one.

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I wonder if having quotes in the file name is making a difference.

Which video codec aare you choosing? If it is MPEG4, you will get better results with H.264. The file you will get will be an .mp4 instead of an .mov.

Also, if you are just animating to make a video, use an ActionScript 3.0 FLA, and not an HTML5 Canvas one.

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You were right Colin. THANK YOU!

 

Also, I was busy with classes if you're wondering why I'm replying two months later. Sorry about that.

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