That code is partially AS3, which won't work in Flash MX2004.
Additionally do you have MX2004 or MX2004 pro? If you have the pro version then you should be able to work with the MediaDisplay or MediaPlayback components. If you don't have the pro version then I think you will need to make your own player, which is a lot of work.
No, I only have MX2004, no pro.
I just need the code to make this work in this crappy version I got.
If you can reply with the code to make it work, I'd pay you $50
Otherwise, it's looking like I might have to upgrade, which I really,
really don't want to do..ugh
Didn't we cover this in one of your previous threads...
Here is a working player. It doesn't have a progress bar or scrubber. But it took me all of 10 seconds to find using google.
Use the search terms "Flash netstream tutorial AS2" to find more. There is probably a free player out there for you. Flash MX04 is also the same as Flash 7, so you need to look for things that will work there.
We did partially cover this topic in a previous thread, but the tutorial
I was given at that time was incomplete and I wasn't able to get the
'netstream' way of doing it to work per that specific tutorial.
I did get a great link in that thread for an upgrade, but it's just way too
expensive for me to upgrade at this point.
I'll check out this vid tutorial and let ya know if I get it to work with this
one, so far it's looking prety instructional..
this video tutorial covers the Mediacomponent thing, not the Netstream thing.
The Netstream thing it does provide is just a downloadable file already coded
and setup for some example video file, which I cannot understand since the
tutorial doesn't walk you through anything to understand how they got to the
final finished project.
Isn't there anyone on this forum who can just give me an instruction on how
to do the Netstream process for an flv player STEP BY STEP with the
corresponding code in the steps? That's all I'm asking, and heck, I'd even
pay you for it if it works..you can't beat that.
my video object is called myVideo btw, and is set to 320 X 240...
The name of my file is ISPRYSN2.flv