In order to bring Xara3D animations into flash you have to first go to the Xara3d screen and select export animation from the 'File' drop-down list. Now save the file so that it replaces a flashexport.swf file. That is all you need to do to export the animation to flash but this creates some problems. When you view the same animation you'll see that certain parts of the animation get lost. To fix this, just open a flash page and give it one frame. In that frame, type loadMovieNum("!flashexport.swf",5) . This should fill in all the missing pieces in the animation and give you a smooth image.
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