Flash Media Player
 

Editing flash movies


With Flash Media Player, you can organize your flash movies to suit your preferences. You can store these files in folders, and you can copy, move, rename, and delete them with ease.

Copy files 

1. Select the flash movies you want to move in the file list. You can select multiple items. To select all of the files in the file list, click Edit/ Select All. To select nonadjacent files, hold down CTRL and click the items you want to select. To select adjacent file, hold down SHIFT while you select files.

2. Click Edit/Copy to in the menu bar, 'Copy files' window  appears. 

3. In the 'Copy files' window, click 'Browse...' button and the "Browse Folder" dialog will pop up for you to specify the output folder. What is more, you can choose the overwriting method if the output file exists. There are four overwriting methods, and their respective meanings are below:

  • Ask: if the output file exists, a message box will appear and ask you whether to overwrite it or not. 
  • Replace: if the output file exists, it will be overwritten without any prompt. 
  • Skip: this option cancels the operation if there is a file with the same file name and extension.
  • Rename: this option renames the new files, adding a suffix of "$"to original file name, where "$" is a one-digital counter beginning from "1".

4. Click the 'OK' button and the flash movies you select will be copy to the destination folder.

Move files 

This operation is almost the same as the 'Copy files to' operation. The only difference is that you should click Edit/Move to in the menu bar to start the operation.

Rename a file

1. Select the flash movies you want to move in the file list. 

2. Click Edit/Rename in the menu bar, the file name caption in the file list will be in the edit mode.

3. Input the file name you want.

Delete files

1. Select the flash movies you want to move in the file list. You can select multiple items. To select all of the files in the file list, click Edit/ Select All. To select nonadjacent files, hold down CTRL and click the items you want to select. To select adjacent file, hold down SHIFT while you select files.

2. Click Edit/Delete in the menu bar, a message box will pop up and ask whether you really want to delete the selected files.

3. Click the 'OK' button.

You can also begin all the above four operations by  right-click the background of the file list and select corresponding command in the shortcut menu.

 

 

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