on 2007-04-25 20:02
on 2007-04-25 20:23
making sure I have this straight. your flash.swf, episode1.flv and MojaveExternalAll.swf are in the same directory (/resources/movie) and when you have a web page in that directory that flash movie works fine. but when you access that slash movie from another directory it fails? I think it might be a relative link to the MojaveExternalAll.swf.(which is the controller for the movie, correct?) (the movie.swf (just a shell) loads the FLV and the MojaveExternalAll) let's do some testing. we know it works in the same directory. lets make a new in the /resources/movie called flash and move all you flash movie things into that directory. now with the web page in the /resources/movie/ directory see if you can get the flash movie to play from the /resources/movie/flash directory. I think that will work. But if you start moving the flash components around into different directories it fails. It's been several months since I've done flash video work. I running from memory. let me know if that helps. John
on 2007-04-26 01:19
Thanks for the thoughts. Everything works when in the same directory as a regular html page. I got it to work in a rails view by doing the following: 1. move the flash files to public (e.g. / ) 2. add <base href="www.mysite.com" /> to my main layout. 3. reference flash file by "movie.swf" reference in view. Not sure exactly why yet, but I'm happy for now. Thanks, Nick On 4/25/07, John I. <email@example.com> wrote: > MojaveExternalAll.swf.(which is the controller for the movie, > > > Hi, > > > > align="middle" allowScriptAccess="sameDomain" > without > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > -- Nicholas Van W.