FVL files play better than SWF files?
Hey all. I'm just double checking something. Is it true that if a person is having trouble with longer movies playing smoothly in presenter, they should play a flv file of that movie instead of a swf in the power point? I'm double checking because if this is true, I'm going to have to change all my longer Flash files into .mov files, edit the Flash files so that they match 25 frame rates instead of the default 24 because artifacts are left over in the conversion if it's below 25 fps, and then convert the .mov files into flv files. If flv files are truly better than swf files for longer videos in presenter, I'll do that. I just want to know if it is true. Hope someone can help!