|Running Flash animations with Delphi|
|How to display Macromedia Flash animations (swf) inside a Delphi application. Grasp the fundamentals of integrating Macromedia Flash animations and Delphi.|
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How to prepare for Flash animationsTo display a Flash animation in a Delphi application, you'll need to import Macromedia Flash ActiveX control. The Flash ActiveX is titled 'SWFLASH.OCX' and it will probably be located somewhere inside the C:\Windows\System\Macromed\Flash folder.
First, let's see how to import the control into Delphi - of course, you only need to do this once:
How to play Flash animations with DelhiYou are now ready to create your fist Flash enabled Delphi application. Here's how:
Flash to the max
If there is a need to register an ActiveX control on your user machine (while deploying your application) than you need to make sure the user has the ocx you need. See how to "Registering DLL and ActiveX controls from code"
And here's how to work with other properties and methods of the Flash component: ActiveX and Macromedia Flash.