As far as I know, a
.fla file is analogous as that of a
.doc file. Let's put it like this:
fla is like the recipe of a cake, and everytime you compile it into an
the program actually reads the recipe and bakes a new cake.
So rather than trying to insert your recipe (
fla) you may want to compile the move (
swf) or even an
flv movie and try to insert that into your Vegas timeline. Though you may need the right codecs or plugins to do so.
A quick google search for "import swf in sony vegas" threw me this.
And this is a good codec pack that contains the
This video shows how to import an actual
swf movie to Vegas Pro 10 by following these steps:
- Open the
Export configurations dialog (Ctrl+Shift+F12).
- Select the
- Change the
Player option to
FlashPlayer 5 or
- Disable the
Compress movie option.
- Click accept to close the dialog and export the
swf movie again and it should work.