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what are you using to display the FLVs? FLVPlayback component? NetStream/NetConnect? Need details.
The FLVs are coded as progressive streams
I'm controlling the FLVs using an old skool printing plate system
buy embedding them within seperate .swfs
in other words i'm loading the FLV. file into the master .SWF file
embedded within a seperate .SWF
i need the loaded .SWF that contains the embedded
.FLV to auto flush out of the main movie once
played out, it then needs to play the next file in that
ie : when this file (file name = 219.SWF plays out
its embedded .FLV then autoload next file (220.SWF)
THE OBJECTIVE of this feature is so that the TV
experience continues automatially should the viewer
not select a new movie at the end of the first feature.
do i need to tag the end of each movie within each .swf
OR can i do it using a basic control algorithm placed
within one cell of the main .swf file... that algorithm
reading as : when current loaded .swf file has played
out its .FLV file then load current file + 1
excuse my crude approach but i'm not an action script pro,
i am getting the desired VISUAL fx using my current code...
see : bulletprooftv.com for more of an idea....
an after thought on this post is that should i not get any
use-able feedback i might opt for putting a pause TIMER on each
.swf, this wont effect play back of FLV... when cross reference with the
run time of the FLV. combined with a simple GO TO command to load
the next movie i would get the desired effect...
however i would have to tag each individual file with the name of
the next movie to load but this approach is okay for the
DEMO version of the project... more sophisticated code
would be cool.... a simple read this file play back then play this file + 1
is what i'm really looking for... with a handler to dictate on sub categories...
if file starts 10? then play this file to FLV complete, then play file
name + 1 until 199 then return to 100
this would allow looping sub categorised programming...