SWF::File - Create SWF file.
use SWF::File; $swf = SWF::File->new('movie.swf', Version => 4); # set header data $swf->FrameSize( 0, 0, 1000, 1000); $swf->FrameRate(12); # set tags $tag = SWF::Element::Tag->new( .... ) $tag->pack($swf); .... # save SWF and close $swf->close;
SWF::File module can be used to make SWF (Macromedia Flash(R)) movie. SWF::File is a subclass of SWF::BinStream::Write, so you can pack SWF::Element::Tags in it.
- SWF::File->new( [$filename, [Version => $version, FrameRate => $framerate, FrameSize => [$x1, $y1, $x2, $y2]]] )
Creates a new SWF file. You can set SWF header parameters.
NOTE: Unlike the previous version, SWF version can be set only here. Default is 5.
- $swf->FrameRate( [$framerate] )
Sets and gets the frame rate of the movie (frames per second). Default is 12.
- $swf->FrameSize( [$x1, $y1, $x2, $y2] )
Sets the bounding box size of the movie frame in TWIPs (1 TWIP = 1/20 pixel), and gets the size as SWF::Element::RECT object. Default is (0, 0, 12800, 9600).
- $swf->FrameCount( [$count] )
Sets and gets the frame count of the movie. Usually you don't need to set because SWF::File object automatically count the ShowFrame tags. If you want to set the different value, you should set it just before $swf->close.
Makes output SWF compressed. You should set the version to 6 or higher before call it.
- $swf->close( [$filename] ) / $swf->save( [$filename] )
Saves SWF to the file and closes it.
Copyright 2001 Yasuhiro Sasama (ySas), <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
SWF file format specification from Macromedia.