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Feb 25, 2011 at 11:22 PM

What is the minimum or base size of an Xcelsius-generated SWF?

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I am creating a PowerPoint solution that contains roughly 30 SWFs. The SWFs range in size from 400 - 800 KB in size, which results in a ~20 MB PowerPoint file. The resulting file size is much too large (and it takes over 2 minutes for this PPT to open and load). I'm trying to figure out a way to reduce the size of the PPT file, and I am starting with the SWFs.

When I create an XLF file that only contains one label, the resulting exported SWF is 385 KB. Is this the smallest size for an Xcelsius-generated SWF? Are there any settings that can reduce base size of an Xcelsius-generated SWF? Creating an XLF with no components (other than the default canvas), the resulting exported SWF is 369 KB. So the label is 16 KB...what is responsible for the other 369 KBs, and how can I decrease this size?

Thanks in advance for any advice or help.

Chris