I've got following problem:
- I've got a flash website that is on a server
- I need user to be able to play his own mp3s (from his HDD)
(something like a mp3 player, but launched from a server)
I thought about following solution:
a sound object (ex. var sound:Sound = new Sound()) is loading
a file peviously uploaded to a server using sound.load(new
But it's very "complicated"... user is wasting his time 1. to
upload mp3 from his HDD, and 2. to download the same mp3 back to
his local drive. It's waste of time and bandwich just for being
able to access the local file. Isn't there any other way to solve
the problem without having to upload and download the song?
Thank you in advance for any response.
Maciej from Poland.
So I think that's what Adobe team should improve in the next
versions of Flash. It will not decrease safety, because a link to
local file can only be visible to Flash (and not for others, and it
can't be displayed) and it's only after the user selects the file
from the browse() window. It would be much more simple :)