[Flashcoders] flv can seek to end yes/no

2009-05-25 Thread Hans Wichman
Hi list, I'm still struggling with blocking video now and then (video that locks up my complete flash player). I have a couple of flv's now that play fluently, and one of the differences I'm noticing is that these videos have 'can seek to end' set to no. What does 'can seek to end' actually do,

[Flashcoders] problem with simple preloading, nothing appears on screen

2009-05-25 Thread Isaac Alves
Thanks Juan Pablo and Steven for the solution, it was very helpful! I'm struggling now with a weird problem: I've put an animation on frame 1 that keeps running in loop until the whole SWF file is loaded and the player moves to frame 2. Here is the code: trace ( hello );

Re: [Flashcoders] problem with simple preloading, nothing appears on screen

2009-05-25 Thread Juan Pablo Califano
Isaac In order to render the first frame (the one that contains you animation) that first frame of the swf has to be downloaded. If the first frame only shows when 70% of the file is downloaded, it means that (roughly) 70% of the swf size is in the first frame. A very easy way to see this: when

Re: [Flashcoders] flv can seek to end yes/no

2009-05-25 Thread Karl DeSaulniers
AS2 or AS3? On May 25, 2009, at 6:26 AM, Hans Wichman wrote: Hi list, I'm still struggling with blocking video now and then (video that locks up my complete flash player). I have a couple of flv's now that play fluently, and one of the differences I'm noticing is that these videos have

Re: [Flashcoders] flv can seek to end yes/no

2009-05-25 Thread Karl DeSaulniers
Also, have you set a buffer time for your FLV? So that it loads a percent before playing? This may help with the crashing part. JAT Karl On May 25, 2009, at 6:26 AM, Hans Wichman wrote: Hi list, I'm still struggling with blocking video now and then (video that locks up my complete flash

[Flashcoders] DisplayObject's filtered dimensions too large to be drawn

2009-05-25 Thread Alan Neilsen
Can anybody tell me what might cause this, Warning: Filter will not render. The DisplayObject's filtered dimensions (4365, 240) are too large to be drawn. There is nothing in my project with dimensions anywhere near that, so I am at a loss as to what it means. Alan Neilsen This message is for