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>> Nevertheless, whenever I access the SWF directly, then video kicks in.
Indicates a path problem. Try using:
in playerSkin.swf (if that is the swf that contains the NetConnection object)
>>am I not allowed to link from an SWF to another SWF
If everything is on the same domain, that shouldn't be a problem.
More specifically. The problem is most likely that you are requesting the external FLV relative to the position of the second SWF, not the original one, right?
Whenever working with external assets – from a swf embedded in an html or a projector – the location of external files is relative to the original source of the Flash player. So for html pages it is the html page – not the embedded swf or any swf that may subsequently be loaded. And for a projector, it is the initial projector file.
I'm trying to link to a SWF that already pulls a FLV. So you would suggest putting the files all in one directory? I'll attempt to place the code as suggested above, only I'm not sure where is best since I'm editing a XML file, but I do have access to the .as file.
To give you a better sense of my problem...here's two links. The first one is to the working video, and the second is the player. If you click on the third tumbnail within the player, you'll see the problem.
The player I'm embedding to:
Lastly, I notice that the resolution is also lost since you can see the bar.