Can you share the url of where you deployed the files? Or share the fxp?
Happy to take a look.
I'm sorry, but sharing the fxp is not an option. However, I am not perfectly sure if it is a major drawback if I just deploy the local directory online.
Nevertheless, some people with lower bandwidth mentioned that they have to wait a very long time until a video starts playing. Sadly, Catalyst doesn't seem to create a preloading progress bar for videos when using the files created for local view. Since I never saw the web-version running, I asked myself if this particular problem is tackled by the web-version. If that is the case, I would even reconsider my oppinion about sharing the fxp.
Any intel on the difference between local and web highly appreciated.
Ok... I checked the Catalyst documentation without any friendly hint like "RTFM!!!" and it seems that the only difference is the file size as well as spliting the data into some Flex Components, which is both not interesting to me at this point, since the difference in size is less then 1 Mb anyway. Since there is no preloader preset for videos included, I just had to work around that.
Thanks for the help and have a nice day or night, depending on what side of the globe you guys hang around =)
For me, its good night, so good night!
Hello. I use trial version of flash catalyst CS5. I have similar problem, but some different. My project is working on flash catalyst and run to local. After I publish deploy to web and put in order on dreamwever, I previewed on browser. The animation was working very good, but sound and video wasn't working. my all media content isn't appearing. (I tried different web browsers like explorer, firefox, opera but failed ). How can I solve that problem.
Thank for your attention.
Somethings to check with the web version fails:
Check that the assets and their parent directories were uploaded.
Check that the directory's names match and have the proper case.
Check that your webhost supports that media type
Check that your webhost supports file above a certain size (if you have a large video)
Look at your browser's activity log for clues.