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I don't know of a tutorial specifically. But you could do what you describe with the MediaDisplay component and by incrementing or decrementing the .playheadTime property (in seconds) based on the movement of the clip you're dragging. I didn't see anything when I went to the site ... apart from a preloader then nothing, so I can't exactly understand what you want to do.
The MediaDisplay component is a video component without the controller part. I used it today with the playHeadTime property. I don't know if the FLVPlayback component is also an option as I haven't used it.
It's really easy to remove the timeline and control buttons from the FLVPlayback component:
1. Click on the instance of the component on the stage.
2. Select the Parameters tab, usually with the Properties panel below the stage.
3. Click on "skin" and select "None" from the drop-down list.
You can then get the total time from the FLVPlayback component's metadata event (see the Flash help for details) and use this to create your own draggable block to produce the same affect as the site you mentioned.
Hope that helps.
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Removing the controlbar isn't hard. Assuming you are using Flash 8, you should just be able to do a command like
I used this command to instance one, without a real component being created. So nothing needed to be unset. All it needed was a contentPath.
You can get more info in the Flash help section under
Creating an application with the FLVPlayback component.
I think that the default with FLVPlayback is that there is no control bar.
As the above poster said, you can make a small red bar into a symbol and make it semi-transparent, and then control it's location with actionscript.
Thanks for the hints everyone. I'll give them a try ;)