With quite a bit of help, I was offered this information and will pass it along. If you want to use the Sflender script and have it render the swf files you need to make a file called swf and put in on your local drive c for a PC. If you are wanting to have it render, to say a mac or an external drive, you need to make a folder called swf as before, put it on that drive, and do the following.
In S2flender (V2.6 Beta) under the
portion of the script the code reads
#swfWrite(‘c:\swf\demo.swf’ , movie) note couldn’t find tilda, anyway-
the c just refers to the drive so write whatever your drive is in place of the c for example on a Mac the is rendering to an external drive I have
ALSO you must change the section
Definition of global variables
curently it will read
using the above example I changed it to
This is most likely obvious to some, but my hope in posting it is that, it may be of benefit. The main point is change c to whatever your local disc is called or you are using the script to render to. If you would like to see some examples www.dmrg.pbwiki.com and look under the flash animation section.