Edit this setting to reflect your actual Tomcat home directory.
If your server is 64-bit Windows, you need to change the cscript command to c:\\windows\\syswow64\\cscript, as SWFtoImage only runs in 32-bit mode.
Note about changing the settings: - You need to use double backslashes. - You need to put quotes around the file path to the .vbs file, if this path has spaces in it.
4. Restart Tomcat to pick up the changed settings.
You should now be able to upload SWF files, and these should be converted to a preview and thumbnail images on upload.
Please note that currently Asset Bank provides full support for SWFs that are images (rather than movies). Limited support is provided for SWF movie files:
The first frame is used to generate a thumbnail (there is not yet an option to select other frames).
Preview clips are not currently generated.
To view the full movie, users should download the original SWF file using the Download Original option on the Advanced Tab. You could also set up a Usage Type for this purpose, with the ‘Download Original‘ property checked.