Im not sure if this is the place to put this, but i have a problem.
I have created a swf movie file that containes the movie playback panel & a f4v video & I have uploaded them to a subfolder on my server.
The whole site has a secure connection (https), but the page that i will try to embed the movie will have a regualr connection (http).
The problem arises when i do embed this flash video in a HTML file. in IE & Chrome it works and looks great, But in firefox it doesnt.
If i clear my cache (as if i were a new visitor to the site) and enter the page, the movie isn't displayed at all...is shows "done" in the browser loading bar.
After about a minute or so (which i assume is the amount of time it takes to load the full movie), i hit refresh, and the movie appears fully loaded.
The movie is currently embeded in my homepage (via Iframe - for site protocol reasons), and if it wont load immidiatly from the first time a user enters the site, many users will miss the video (and get a blank white box in the middle of the site).
The URL for the html file is http://www.globaloption.com/PartnerSites/globaloptions_en/vid/Global9.8/videosmall.html
I really hope you can help me make sense of this problem...
The swf file is calling to this file locally because they sit in the same folder.
All the files related to the movie (the swf, & the panel swf & the html file) are in the same folder and are called locally...thats why its weird...
Did the movie play normally at your computer?