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Re: [Swftools-common] embedding audio-stream in swf?

From: Chris
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] embedding audio-stream in swf?
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 10:37:46 +0200

Ahh.. with you Anders. unnskyld! ;o)

Which browser are you using to view the resulting SWF, Firefox?

Simple test:

Try setting the Flash version number in the initial .flash line to 7 or less,
recompile, then see what happens.   Any attempt to access an 'external'
resource from a 'local' one, results in the same behaviour. ( I should add
this info to the wiki, as I'm sure it'll crop up again. ;o)  )

Note that for version 8 and above Firefox doesn't warn you what is going on.
It just sits there silent.  The only way to enable the 'correct' behaviour,
is by right clicking on the swf area to get at the Global Settings menu.
Remember, you don't control that.  The Flash Player itself does.

Here's a mailing list reference as well.  


The scrappy example on http://nordberg.me.uk/swfc_samples works because it's
already on an internet enabled location.  With me? 

I note the .no email address.  Good place to live!  May one ask enquire as
to your rough location?  I've been to Denmark, and Sweden.  Not made it to
Norway as yet.  Maybe next year. ;o) 

Lykke til!



>On Wed, 22 Sep 2010 09:17:00 +0200
>address@hidden wrote:

> >>>>> "C" == Chris  <address@hidden> writes:
> Hi, thanks for quick response.
>     C> Try the 'sound' sode snippet from here Anders,
>     C>   http://wiki.swftools.org/index.php/Code_Snippets
> Yes, thats the code i tried to adjust.  However it doesnt work with
> external mp3-files (URLs), only local files.
> Im sure im missing some obvious detail here.  Maybe you could post a
> full .sc-example with working example of streaming a remote file here?
>     C> There's also some old stuff, I put here,
>     C>    http://nordberg.me.uk/swfc_samples/
> You're using local files in there, no?  Since you mention them as
> examples it suggests there shouldnt be an issue using remote files.
> However, they dont work if i plug in remote mp3's.  Perhaps this has
> something to do with my build of swftools?  Do i need to ensure libcurl
> or some such?
>     C> Anything you can do with Flowplayer, you can do with
>     C> SWFTools. Whats more, ( at least IMHO ), it way easier to
>     C> handle. ;o)
> swfc seems very practical indeed.  Im just starting to look into this,
> and am sure ive missed much examples and documentation at this stage.
>     C> If any further issues, or you'd like a few more examples, then
>     C> just mail the list.
> Great.
> -anders

Chris <address@hidden>

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