First, after downloading a website with an embedded video, the video does not appear on the saved version (either on the HD or the CD). When opening the saved version a dialog box appears that says “Adobe Flash Player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation.”
The following local application on your computer or network:
. . .\xxxx.swf
is trying to communicate with this Internet-enabled location:
Choosing the settings button results in sending me to the Adobe downloads for Adobe Flash Player (already installed).
I cannot find any settings in either Firefox nor IE that would control this.
The second problem is the SWF animation that appears both on the saved local copy and on the CD copy: It works fine on the machine that was used to create the downloaded copy (with Explorer Pro installed) and uses Firefox as the default browser. The SWF animation does not work on a machine that uses IE 7 as the default.
The SWF animation on the banner works fine in the Explorer Pro internal browser (but not the video) in both Firefox and IE.
What could be the problem with the video and other animation (both are SWF)? Thanks in advance for any help, as the person who requested this specifically asked me to capture the animation.