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In general, it's simpler to play video on a single frame, or a short
frame span, and monitor for the video finishing before sending the
playback head to the next frame/section. What the script might look like
depends on the type of video cast member you've implemented
Thanks for your help!
I am not sure though what you mean by your last sentence. "What the script might look like
depends on the type of video cast member you've implemented". I am a pretty much drag and drop kinda person and lingo seems to be quite tricky. Did you mean I should be using some kinda code?
I see though what you mean, about keeping the video as one frame as this will prevent the play head from shooting off at various speeds!
What I meant was that you might have linked to your video file using
#realMedia, #digitalVideo, #quickTimeMedia, #windowsMedia, #DVD, #flash
or something else.
If you're wanting a script to "pause" the playback head on the frame
containing the video sprite until this video has finished, the script
might vary depending on the cast member type.
Open your message window and type:
where you'd substitute your video member name for "video"
Alternatively, search this newsgroup and m.d.lingo as this is a FAQ