I am developing an application that loads many images and sounds in the background.
When a page containing still unloaded content is requested, the current background load
is canceled in order to free all of the user's available bandwidth to load the requested page
content as soon as possible.
Now video files are big and I would not want to cancel a video load after 50MB because of a
page request and load the video all over again, when the user returns to the video page.
Two questions regarding the issue:
1. Is loader.close() sufficient to stop a file from loading or do I have to destroy the Loader instance?
2. Is it possible to pause loading of a big (video)file and resume loading when appropriate in the Spark VideoPlayer component?
Does anyone know if I can pause and resume the loading of a video file in s:VideoPlayer?