Thanks, but now I'm not sure the ActiveX object is causing this problem
When I test the html using IE8 I get this messag:
"To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls that could access your computer, click here for more options"
But in IE8, I can view youtube videos without any problem, I got Flash Player 10 installed.
I also tested my html inside firefox (3.0.10) and the video is played perfectly there
any ideas why this don't work?
Okay the problem was caused by me accessing hte html file using c:\... instead of http:\ So I didn't involve the web server...
So now I've uploaded the html file, swf file and f4v file to the webserver (win2k3), When I test the page now from my winxp machine I don't see any flash video at all, no broken image and no yellow band of IE8.
what I do wrong?