Running SWF to Video as Scheduled Task

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Running SWF to Video as Scheduled Task

Postby jva on Fri Aug 05, 2011 5:17 pm

Hello - I have a licensed copy of SWF to Video SDK and am running into a problem. I have installed the software on a Windows 7 machine, and have a script that runs this command:

C:\Program Files\Moyea\SWF to Video SDK\swf2videocmd "c:\mycompany\YouTubeTour.swf" -out c:\COMPLETE\outfile.mp4 -f mp4 -vcodec mpeg4 -vbr 18000000 -acodec aac -asr 44100 -abr 128000 -fr 20 -ac 2 -edevent endTour -slowspeed 10 -vstretch

If I am logged into the PC and run the script, everything works fine. However, I added the script to Windows Task manager to run periodically. When the script runs as a scheduled task, the output video does not render correctly. A video that normally would be, for example, 3 minutes long comes out as say 14 seconds long. The video will look like it has been played at fast forward speed.

Note: if I am logged into the PC and run the scheduled task manually, video will render fine. Issue seems to be when I am not logged in.

I've been working on this for like four days now, so if you can offer any suggestions I would very much appreciate it. The point of buying the SDK version of this software was to be able to automate processes. Thanks in advance for your help!
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Re: Running SWF to Video as Scheduled Task

Postby leakeymore on Wed Aug 17, 2011 9:32 am


Apologize for the delay.
Please kindly provide us relevant files to so that we could directly check.

Best regards,
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