Have you tried to look at the properties made available via the display
The only display I have been able to access is the display object via the display object trait. This only give the size of the media element not the player.
If you get the display object trait then displayTrait.displayObject will point to an object on the Stage ( probably a Video or a Sprite).
If the displayObject is not null then:
- displayObject.loaderInfo.width — the width of the movie as set in FLA or through SWF metadata
- displayObject.loaderInfo.height — the height of the movie as set in FLA or through SWF metadata
- displayObject.stage.stageWidth — the stage width ( the object must be on the stage )
- displayObject.stage.stageHeight — the stage height ( the object must be on the stage )
- displayObject.stage.scaleMode — the current scale mode ( the scaleX, scaleY, scaleZ properties offer more information about what happens)
If the display object is not yet on the stage ( the stage property is null) then you can listen for the "ADDED_ TO_STAGE" event in order to detect that and update your informations.