Jeff, This can be done with some clever server-side code, a properly coded media player and flv's with metadata injected. All the sources you need are here: http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?item=Flash_Video_Player including a php implementation of the server-side script. Read his code for that player and you will learn a lot.
If you don't use php you could do something similar in java, coldfusion(saw a script smewhere) or .NET. Or use lightHTTPD as descibed here: http://blog.lighttpd.net/articles/2006/03/09/flv-streaming-with-lighttpd For metadata injection there are a couple tools you can use: http://www.buraks.com/flvmdi/ Or: http://inlet-media.de/flvtool2 Also, read up on this for more background info: http://www.flashcomguru.com/index.cfm/2005/11/2/Streaming-flv-video-via-PHP- take-two This should give you a good start. Brian > Message: 5 > Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2007 10:20:07 -0500 > From: Jeff Harrington <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Subject: [Flashcoders] Seeking in a Progressively Downloaded FLV - > Return of > To: Flashcoders mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Message-ID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 > > With Flash 8 am I correct in believing that if I add cue points to a FLV > that I'll be able to seek within it even though it's being delivered via > a regular web server? How does that work? Does the web server actually > get a new request? > > Thanks, > > Jeff Harrington > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > http://jeffharrington.org _______________________________________________ Flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com To change your subscription options or search the archive: http://chattyfig.figleaf.com/mailman/listinfo/flashcoders Brought to you by Fig Leaf Software Premier Authorized Adobe Consulting and Training http://www.figleaf.com http://training.figleaf.com