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Posted: Tue Jan 07, 2014 7:20 pm   Post subject: load Flash SWF file generate through stand alone conversion

Hi, Gurus,

I have some technical issue. I can convert the slides nicely with ispringsdk.exe without issue. But when I try to load the files generated into my presentation controller I developed in AS3. I got error messages with the stand alone flash swf file generated with the "make-slides" option. But it works with the solid flash file converted with "make-solid-swf" option.

the conversion I used is as follows
"ispringsdk.exe l my.ppt myfolder"

The codes I am using for loading the converted stand alone flash swf file is as follows.

var loaderContext:LoaderContext = new LoaderContext();
loaderContext.applicationDomain = ApplicationDomain.currentDomain;
loaderContext.securityDomain = SecurityDomain.currentDomain;// Sets the security
trace(loaderContext.applicationDomain + " || " + ApplicationDomain.currentDomain);

m_loader.load(new URLRequest(url), loaderContext);

The event processing function cannot get the IPresentationPlayerContainer. It is NULL. Does it mean stand alone SWF file has not IPresentationPlayerContainer?

function onMovieLoaded(e:Event):void
var contentInfo:LoaderInfo = LoaderInfo(;
m_playerView = contentInfo.content;

// Query IPresentationPlayerContainer interface of the loaded SWF file
m_playerContainer = m_playerView as IPresentationPlayerContainer;
if (m_playerContainer == null)
// The loaded file is not an iSpring presentation
throw new Error("The loaded SWF file is not a presentation created with iSpring Pro");

// Wait for the player to initialize
m_playerContainer.addEventListener(PlayerContainerEvent.PLAYER_IS_AVAILABLE, onPlayerAvailable);

// Add the presentation to stage;

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Posted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:06 pm   Post subject: Re: load Flash SWF file generate through stand alone conversion

Thank you for your post!
Please refer to the following file: ...
We can provide you with the solution: please try not to use current application domain when loading the Flash file, but create the new one each time like in the example. It is because each slide should be loaded to it's own application domain.
If the problem still occurs, please send your sample for research to

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