I have a ParallelElement with a progressive video and audio element, which i put in the mediaPlayerWrapper.
When pressing play the video first starts to buffer and plays after a while the audio starts playing immediately.
Is this the correct behaviour ?
Would it not be more logical - if they both start at the same time (eq. after one of them can start playing), if not anyone knows of a good workaround ?
Niels de Keizer
creative flash developer @ Nyls
board member @ AdobeUserGroup
That's the correct behavior: by default, the children of a parallel element don't get synchronized. A couple of days ago a similar question came up on this thread, here; perhaps you'll find the link to the sample app posted there to be helpful.
Met vriendelijke groet,
Perfect, btw I am really impressed by the framework still gettting my head arround it but looks very promising!
For synchronizing an progressive audio (no buffer trait) en progressive video element you think i'd better
1. keep the synchronizedParallelelement and make an AudioBufferedElement & AudioBufferedElementBufferTrait
2. solve it in the 'synchronizedParallelelement'
Bedankt voor de pointers ;-)