14 Replies Latest reply on Mar 9, 2017 11:20 AM by Colin Holgate

    Adobe Animate and interaction with linked video files saved locally...

    BALDAS

      Hello everybody, I'm new to Adobe Animate / Flash and ActionScript.

      I'm working on a simple interactive program for a museum (touch screen kiosk).

      I created a menu with a few buttons that, when clicked, load and play MP4 video files that are saved locally and linked to, NOT embeded inside Adobe Animate.

       

      My questions are:

       

      1. How can I do so that when a video ends, the program returns automatically to the main menu.

       

      2. How can I do so that if the user decides to click a menu button the return to the main menu BEFORE the video has finished, the video stops (now I can still hear the audio of the video even if the program has returned to the main menu.

       

      3. How about cache? It is automatically emptied when a video has finished or stopped or do I have to insert some special controls to prevent that become saturate causing problems in the use of the program?

       

      I hope someone can help me. Thanks in advance and forgive my bad English.