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Ok looks like your path commands might be causing you problems.
That should do they trick.
Now yoiu asked best practise.
Once you get it to work and find the flv are running a little slow then
please read this
Hope this helps.
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Thanks for replying. I tried changing the path from
"EditedFlash/Readings_1.flv" to "EditedFlash\\Readings_1.flv"
It didn't work.
Here is the script on autorun.inf //notepad file//
open=INSTRUCTOR.exe //the name of file is all CAPITALS - does it matter?//
autorun.inf //note pad file//
autorunner.exe //autorunner file//
INSTRUCTOR.exe //the flash file that loads all FLVs//
I'm using windows XP. Does it have anything to do with the autorunner?
Would using the following path: "EditedFlash\Readings_1.flv" change anything?
all my comments in // aren't included in the scritps.
I appreciated your help.
I found the solution to my problem with paths.
It was a two main steps process.
Keep in mind the structure of my program:
Main folder: Escape_Website
Subfolder: EditedFlash (where FLVs are)
INSTRUCTOR.exe (plays FLVs from EditedFlash)
1. Using EditedFlash/nameofFLV (Make sure all your video files work)
This is a path that let's you see the FLVs when testing your SWF. However, when burning a CD-ROM the FLVs don't play.
For example: video Readings_1.flv
2. Using Escape_Website/EditedFlash/NameofFLV
This path let's you see the FLVs on a CD-ROM. However, when testing your SWF you won't be able to see any FLV.
The autorun file (notepad file)
autorun.inf (name of file)
strcuture of CD-ROM
1) Escape_Website (folder with subolders, including copy of autorun.inf, autorunner and INSTRUCTOR.exe)
Hope this helps to someone else