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fl.video is just the package. You would need a wild card to access the classes;
Tried that, and no go.
Went to Edit->Preferences...->ActionScript
Clicked the "ActionScript 3.0 Settings..." button.
Looked in that path, and it wasn't there. Did a search on my Flash CS3 folder and found what looked to be the video playback code in:
...\Component Source\ActionScript 3.0\FLVPlayback
Added that to path to the "ActionScript 3.0 Settings".
Tried it, and I'm in.
I THINK this is the solution, but will have to wait until I've tested all the functionality.....
Short answer: The path to the fl.video package wasn't in the ActionScript 3.0 setttings.
To fix it:
Go to Edit->Preferences...->ActionScript
Click the "ActionScript 3.0 Settings..." button.
The video playback code is in:
[Config folder]\Component Source\ActionScript 3.0\FLVPlayback
Add that path to the "ActionScript 3.0 Settings".
At least, that fixed it for me.
That seems odd. You shouldn’t have to change or even go into the global classpath config settings to get access to the FLVPlayback class.
I was able to access the FLVPlayback class using the wildcard in the import statement.