Yes. Fairly easy. Take a look at this quick wireframe.
You would control your welcome video(.flv) starting with an 'On Application Start' interaction
The progression to the first state after the welcome video is controlled by using the 'On Video Play Complete' interaction
The availability of the buttons to navigate to the different states are controlled by checking or unchecking the 'Enabled' property on a button in each state.
Hope this helps,
That is exactly what I was looking for!!
I also like the way you incorporated the flv file into the presentation - which begs me to ask another question. My design is being used to try and replace the powerpoint presentation we use all the time at work, so most of my information will be text based. Did you create the flv in Flash Professional, as I think this may be the better approach for me. I could create a table of contents flv, for example, that would play for a defined period of time (maybe bringing up each table of contents one at a time) then when the flv finishes playing, the "Next" button will become sensitized.
Do you know of any good tutorials for creating a basic, text based, FLV?
Again, thanks for the help!!! It was really appreciated!
Hi. Yes I used Flash Professional to quickly create a movie, which I then converted to an flv for that example.