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This may not be the most efficient way to do this, but you could have the mouse click incriment a counter, and on the last frame of the loop have a statement basically saying if the counter is greater than 0, then play the second loop, and set up another mouse event to incriment a second counter if loop2 is playing, so on and so forth. Not exactly sure how you're planning to organize this, and what version of actionscript you plan on using so I can't really give you too much help in terms of the specific coding.
I am absolutely new to Flash / ActionScript. I am searching for hints into the right direction. When I have found the right direction, I can do the rest on my own. The Adobe CS5 Master is so complex, that a newbie (like me) is lost, when he knows what he wants, but not where to start...
So, you would say, that "ActionScript" is something I should learn to solve my problem?
Here is a great place to get started with some general tutorials on flash. Definitely look into actionscripting, figure out wether you want to use ActionScript2 or ActionScript3 for the video presentation.
Thank You! I'll do that!