Perhaps you are using a variable bitrate on compression.
Hope this helps.
Ramon Miguel M. Tayag [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I don't think it's the bitrates, but the hertz.
On 6/25/06, Josh Santangelo wrote:
I've got a presentation engine built which loads up audio/video
Can someone point me to a tutorial regarding masking XML in flash8
I am trying to make it look like the text box is closing. But when using
masks the xml does not draw at all.
I have looked at many great tutorials regarding masking in 8 using embeded
text and so on.
Hello I am a Noob,
I have a noobie question that cannot be answered on the noob list. I know it is
a noob question because I have been told on this list that it is.
But even though I have tried all suggestions I still can not get an mp3 player
to get it's xml list through a Flashvar in the
Not to worry Mark others were helpful. No need to commit yourself.LOL
GIve me a link to a better forum for my question if you have one.
When I parsed out the info it was hard to get an answer. So I spent some time
to make a neat package so if someone did want to help I could send it and it
I am sure some people post every question they have with out doing research. I
looked everywhere including the origional authors website. Common Creative
licence I used this list as an absolute last resort.
PS. a programmer at work helped me with the problem and we have it solved. But
Thanks Mike I will check that out. I do really appreciate all the time you guys
give to this list.
Mike Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I recommend avoiding flashvars and
loading the XML using XML2
First I would like to say sorry for being snappy. I took an email in the wrong
way. Thanks for setting me straight.
It is great that you all are willing to let people know how things work. I will
do my best to be a better part of this list. I think resources like this are
Qabiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Why don't you pass the path of XML to SWF using FlashVars. When SWF loads,
it would have variable available, you dont need to detect or do anything
Yeah, you need to make sure you pass the path.
On 6/12/06, Matt Mc wrote:
Loading XML in the HTML Embed
All the resources I get tell me how to put a flashvar into an embed tag but not
the syntax for bringing the variable into my Action Script Document.
I have been working on this for almost a week now and I know it is simple
because everyone keeps telling me so.
If I can't get this I am dead.
elibol [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I really appreciate you guys helping. For some reason it is still not working.
I am going to load a zip file of the project. I just need this playlist to be
dynamic to make my boss happy before I get canned. he knows I am not an
actionscripter but he seems to think
Right now the file is relative to the swf. The problem is i need it to link to
files that may not be relative. The actuall xml doc will be on a completely
So The MP3 player which is now relative to the files needs to accept the
Flashvar so it does not need to be relative.
Loading XML in the HTML Embed Tag
What I am doing:
I have a dynamic MP3 player that I need to play a single MP3 per swf. I need
to load XML file from a link in the html embed tag, this way I can use the same
player for different XML files that call out each MP3 from dynamic locations.
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