Playing videos one after another

Let’s say I have 5 flv files that I want to play in a browser one after
another.

Is it possible to do this without user intervention?

Is there a Jquery event that I could use to trigger the next flv to
play?

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Ralph S.
[email protected]wrote:

Let’s say I have 5 flv files that I want to play in a browser one after
another.

Is it possible to do this without user intervention?

Is there a Jquery event that I could use to trigger the next flv to
play?

Where do you call let’s say Video1.play method, is it a jQuery call or a
Rails call?
What are you using to play the flv files in the browser?

On Feb 23, 2011, at 11:45 AM, Jatin kumar wrote:

Is it possible to do this without user intervention?

Is there a Jquery event that I could use to trigger the next flv to
play?

Where do you call let’s say Video1.play method, is it a jQuery call
or a Rails call?
What are you using to play the flv files in the browser?

Since you can’t actually play FLV files in a browser – any browser –
you need a Flash wrapper to provide the controls and context. Have a
hunt for a SWF wrapper that can take a list of FLVs rather than just a
single FLV, and play them in order. This is a Flash problem, pure and
simple.

Walter

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