You are now finished with the bitmap sequence files and they may be safely deleted from your work folder.
You may have also noticed that I have been silent on the subject of sound. This is one minor hang-up of this system. Flash cannot separate the sound track from the MOV file into a separate WAV file, which is what you need to import the sound.
To get the sound track you will need to use Quicktime "PRO" or some other sound editing application that has the capability of making a WAV file from the MOV soundtrack. You then import the sound track like any other sound loop. Synchronizing and so forth is up to you. It can be done reasonably well however with a little experimenting with frame speeds, etc.
I was prompted to write this because I seemed to be outlining this on the message board about once a week so there seemed to be a need for some comments on the subject. I hope you have found this tute useful.
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