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Availability
Windows, Mac OSX, Linux

Usage
mdm.Image.jpgToSwfSlideShowAsync(frameRate:Number, inputJpgFiles:String, frameGap:String, outputFilePath:String, width:Number, height:Number):Void

Parameters
frameRate:Number - Frame rate of target movie

inputJpgFiles:String - Locations of JPG files to be converted

frameGap:String - The amount of frames to insert in between each slide

outputFilePath:String - Location of SWF file to be created

width:Number - Width of SWF file to be created

height:Number - Height of SWF file to be created

Returns
Nothing

Description
Creates a SWF movie file which contains the a slideshow of the specified JPG images.

Notes
The 'inputJpgFiles' parameter must be a list delimited with the vertical bar character "|".

The 'frameGap' parameter dictates how many frames will be inserted after the corresponding slide. This parameter must also be a list of numbers (the numbers must be '1' or higher) delimited with the vertical bar character "|".

Example Code
//This example will create a movie which is 20 frames per second
//The first image will be shown for 0.5 seconds (1 frame for the image plus 9 frames)
//The second image will be shown for 1 second (1 frame for the image plus 19 frames)
mdm.Image.jpgToSwfSlideShow(20, "c:\\myImage1.jpg|c:\\myImage2.jpg", "9|19", "c:\\mySlideshow.swf", 480, 360);

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