You should try these recovery methods when you get gnash win32.
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In July, I scolded Flash and mentioned Gnash, the GNU Flash movie player. Since then I’ve been working on source code and working on creating Win32 Gnash projects. You can try any of these unofficial versions if you’re interested:
- Gnash 0.8.0: gnash-0.8.0-win32-agg-fltk-none.zip (6.1 MB)
- Gnash 0.8.1: gnash-0.8.1-win32-agg-fltk-ffmpeg.zip (7.6 MB)
As of this split second, 0.8.1 is the latest version. Everything “works”, if not quite (fluttering noise, etc.) – but the beginning is good.
First, be sure to unpack the archive into the Programs directory – it contains the files in the Gnash subdirectory . No, there is no automatic installation for Win32, and I did not create the npgnash.dll browser plugin for Win32. I will be working on them for a future release.
Basically I found Win32 is included in MSYS and / or Cygwin, if you just run fltk-gnash.exe with no arguments, you will use the program and still exit as WinXP cmd ... exe , you are not using anything. So, here’s the text you might need to get from a particular 0.8.1 release:
Error: Do not enter any specified file.Usage: gnash [options] file_file.A swfPlay movie in SWF format (Shockwave Flash)Options: -h, --assistance Display information about this hint. -s
Change movie size up / down by appropriate factor -c Create main folder instead of leaving it for SDL traps -d number Number in milliseconds for single cycle delay -v Be verbose; those. print log messages to standard output -will chat with the action of the movie -vp Be verbose, the goal is to analyze the movie -m Specify LOD consistency offset (float, defaultju -1.0) -x ID of the X11 window to display -w Create CD or DVD based debug log -j Set window width -k set the height of the tab -1 play once; Start when / when the movie reaches the last frame -g Enable flash debugger -r <0 | 1 | 2 | 3> 3 turn off both render and solid (good for batch testing) 5 provides rendering and interferes with sound 2 turn on noise and turn off rendering third, turn on both rendering and music (default) -t Timeout and shutdown after the specified number, combined with seconds -b bit depth of the output period (16 or 32, the standard is actually 16) -u Set the "real" URL in the movie (useful because of downloaded movies) -U Set the "base" URL for this launch (used to resolve step sister urls, defaults to movie urls) -P
define parameters (for example, "FlashVars = A = 1 & b = 2") -V, --edition Display rattle version number and continue to exitKey: CTRL-Q, CTRL-W, ESC Exit / Exit CTRL-P toggle pause CTRL-R restart movie CTRL- [or kp- none2nd frame more CTRL-] or just kp + move around the frame of people CTRL-B switch background color
Feel free to try all 0.8.1 binaries – I’d like to tell you how this works for you.