If you are doing it through skinning, then you should give the scrubbar an id of "scrubBar". This matches the skin part that the VideoPlayer is looking for, and everything should just hook-up properly.
If you're not doing it through skinning and just hooking it up yourself, you'll have a lot more work to do. You'll have to listen for some events on the scrubBar: thumbPress, thumbRelease, change, changeEnd, and changeStart. Then on those events, you'll have to update the video playback by seeking or pausing. You'll also have to listen for currentTimeChange and bytesLoadedChange events and update the scrubbar when that happens. There might be some other things I'm missing. Anyways, the reccomended approach to do this would be through skinning. It'll make your life a lot easier.
wow... u gota be kiddin me... lol i just changed the id like you suggested and it worked perfectly! thank you soo much
oh and if i wanted to include volume and all that with the skin... do i have to set a certain id for that aswell??
Short answer: yes.
You should look at all the skin parts video player supports out of the box. Those are:
ahh yes, i just realised that when i was using the videoDisplay element, once i entered the id videoDisplay, it worked like a charm...
thank a lot for your help Ryan