|| Some Flash applets, which support
image inclusion of some sort (such as background images or slideshow
images), will store JPEG images into the SWF files with a specific
compression ratio. This compression ratio can usually be changed.
You must specify values between 1-100. This means that low values
will give low compression (and thus a bigger SWF file), and
high values will give high compression (and thus a smaller SWF
file). Be very careful when you specify this. On one hand, a
low compression can give enormous SWF files, that may be cumbersome
for your web page visitors to download. On the other hand, setting
compression too high will decrease the quality of images included.
This has to be weighed.
NOTE : This will not have any effect