Okay. I have a flash object on a website that plays a transparent video (like one of those virtual spokespersons that walk out and talk to you). I know that these things are not really popular with people, but this is for a company I work for and was requested by upper management. I have no control over this.
Everything works perfectly. I have an .swf that plays a really short video, and it has two buttons for controlling playback.
The flash project consists of only a .png sequence (Person with greenscreen footage that was edited out), and a couple of buttons.
The only AS3 scripting is what controls what the buttons do to the PNG sequence and the audio.
I have started to do a little research on how to convert this to HTML5-friendly content (just in case, although many of our customers will probably not be looking at our site on mobile, but it would be nice to have it working).
I came across OpenFL and Haxe, and thought maybe it would be easier than I thought.
I have installed all the packages, OpenFL and Haxe through terminal, and also have Sublime Text installed as well for the IDE.
I’m not really sure where to go from here to start converting my content, would anyone be able to point me in the direction of a good step-by-step of what to do?
Thank you so much in advance!