I test the VideoElement Class and it looks that i dont have access to the Video. I want to have different values from my Controls for video.smoothing and video.deblocking. But there is no access for this values. It looks like the video is catching in the processLoadedState function.
Is it true?
The reason it's not exposed on VideoElement is that we want to have a consistent API for all MediaElement subclasses, and represent their different implementations through different trait implementations (as opposed to exposing video-specific APIs). If you want to access the underlying Video, you can take advantage of the fact that the Video is the DisplayObject that forms the IViewable trait for the VideoElement:
var viewable:IViewable = videoElement.getTrait(MediaTraitType.VIEWABLE) as IViewable;
var videoObject:Video = viewable.view as Video;
videoObject.smoothing = ...;
Note that IViewable will be null until the video is loaded (which you can detect by listening for the LoadableStateChangeEvent on the VideoElement's ILoadable trait) since we don't have a DisplayObject until the video is ready to play.
Hope this helps!
Thanks, i will try it this week.