Error occurred when converting a flash file to HTML5 using Wallaby

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I tried converting a flash file to HTML5 using Wallaby but got this error “Unsupported feature:

Compiled Clip Not Supported” any ideas of how I can resolve this?

Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
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video1pane-notated.fla
 
Warnings
 
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
Unsupported feature : Compiled Clip Not Supported
code: 23 substituted missing font: Square721 BT with Arial Narrow
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Error occurred when converting a flash file to HTML5 using Wallaby

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Hey Oliviarwilkes,

From the research I have done, I found out that Wallaby is not yet a finished product and it’s still in its preview stages thus if the flash file you were converting to HTML5 was a little bit complex, the software could not have successfully performed the conversion as it is still in its initial stages.

However, you could still recover may be part of your work by making sure that the Flash Professional file you are using is the most recent i.e., the CS5 file. This is due to the converter still being in its early stages and therefore, can only work with the Flash Professional CS5 file and not any other(this includes the CS3 or CS4 files) until it is developed fully. When using the CS5 file, the converted file may not be fully converted since Wallaby is still under construction thus may perform conversion better for simpler files.

You are not the only one facing this problem since other Wallaby users are complaining of the same thus you can check out the following Adobe-Wallaby link for comments on the software:  

Or you can search for ‘error in converting flash files to HTML5 using wallaby?’ using ‘bing’ search engine.

Regards,

Martin East.

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