you'd better (if not done) load your files up to your server an give us the link to your website in question, no matter how it looks like.
... and, ist that the correct path to your swf?
Its an example of the path. I wish I could give the actual site, but I can't its an adult tube site. I have finally decided to redo a few things and this is one of them.
Thanks for your response.
"but I can't its an adult tube site" Don't worry, as we all know, "sex is the most important thing in the world," or something like that!That's why I'll make the following proposal: Create a new page with an innocuous text and implant in it a neutral video, with which you would have the same problem. Load it up to your server and after that you could come back, ok?
Looks like you are trying to embed a perfectly square video, 250 x 250... is that really what you intended to do. Since no video camera I know of shoots in a 1:1 aspect ratio, my guess is that the reason for the white spaces above/below is that that original video was shot in some other aspect ratio, either 4:3 for standard def or 16:9 for high def.
So displaying the video in a 250 x 250 square, causes the video to display full width (250 px) but to maintain the correct aspect ratio of the video, it's displays the video as 187 px high for standard def or 141 px high for high def... but it never is the full 250 px height.
Perhaps the Flash doc was saved as 250 x 250 dimensions but the video player on that doc filled only part of the stage...
Either correct the stage size of the Flash doc or at least change the background color of the Flash doc to match the color of the Web page...