true - display the full menu, allowing the Internet users a wide range of options to zoom, enhance, etc.
false - display the menu that contains only the Settings option and About Flash option.•QUALITY - (low, high, autolow, autohigh, best)
low - prefers playback speed other than appearance and never uses anti-aliasing.
high - prefers appearance other than playback speed and always uses anti-aliasing. If the movie does not contain animation, bitmaps are smoothed; if the movie has animation, bitmaps are not smoothed.
autolow - emphasizes playback speed at first but improves appearance whenever possible. Playback begins with anti-aliasing turned off. If the Flash Player detects that the processor can handle it, anti-aliasing is turned on.
autohigh - emphasizes playback speed and appearance equally at first but sacrifices appearance for playback speed if necessary. Playback begins with anti-aliasing turned on. If the actual frame rate drops below the specified frame rate, anti-aliasing is turned off to improve playback speed. Use this setting to emulate the View > Antialias setting in Flash.
best - provides the best display quality and does not consider playback speed. All output is anti-aliased and all bitmaps are smoothed.•SCALE - (showall, noborder, exactfit)
showall - default value. Maintaining the original aspect ratio of the movie so that the entire flash video can be visible in the specified area without distortion. Blank may appear on two sides of the video.
noborder - Maintaining the original aspect ratio of the movie, but the flash video may possibly with some cropping without distortion while the video is scaled to fill the specified area.
exactfit - makes the entire movie visible in the specified area without trying to preserve the original aspect ratio. Distortion may occur.•ALIGN - (l, t, r,
l, r, t, and b - align the movie along the left, right, top or bottom edge, respectively, of the browser window and crop the remaining three sides as needed.
tl and tr - align the movie to the top left and top right corner, respectively, of the browser window and crop the bottom and remaining right or left side as needed.
bl and br - align the movie to the bottom left and bottom right corner, respectively, of the browser window and crop the top and remaining right or left side as needed.•WMODE - Possible values: window, opaque, transparent. Sets the Window Mode property of the Flash movie for transparency, layering, and positioning in the browser.
window - movie plays in its own rectangular window on a web page.
opaque - the movie hides everything on the page behind it.
transparent - the background of the HTML page shows through all transparent portions of the movie, this may slow animation performance.•BGCOLOR - [ hexadecimal RGB value] in the format #RRGGBB . Specifies the background color of the movie. Use this attribute to override the background color setting specified in the Flash file. This attribute does not affect the background color of the HTML page.•BASE - . or [base directory] or [ url ]. Specifies the base directory or URL used to resolve all relative path statements in the Flash Player movie. This attribute is helpful when your Flash Player movies are kept in a different directory from your other files.•FLASHVARS - Possible values: variable to pass to Flash Player. Requires Macromedia Flash Player 6 or later.
Used to send root level variables to the movie. The format of the string is a set of name=value combinations separated by '&'.
Browsers will support string sizes of up to 64KB (65535 bytes) in length.
For more information on FlashVars, please refer to "Using FlashVars to pass variables to a SWF" (TechNote tn_16417).Related tutorialHow to add flash videos to website?