Does anyone know why a streaming mp3 (Actionscript 2) would sound like it’s “under water”? More specifically, it sounds like one of those old movies where the audio isn’t quite on track. The bit rate is 64, and it sounds perfectly fine from the hard drive, but when it’s streaming online, it sounds like the bit rate is much much lower than it actually is, even when it is totally loaded. Please advise. Thanks!
I tried that already, but it doesn’t tell me if the song FAILS to load, because essentially what it’s saying is, “when then song has loaded, tell me whether or not it has loaded” due to the “onLoad” statement. It will not indicate if it failed to load, it only indicates that it has loaded. Thank you though!
I need a way to tell if an mp3 fails to load in Actionscript 2. Knowing if it loads successfully is easy, but I need to know when it FAILS to load. Please help!
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Aha! That explains it! Thanks for the help! I feel honored that I have sold enough to become exclusive. I’d like to thank the Academy, and my manager, and everyone down at the studio, and I can’t forget my parents, who’s support made all of this possible… and I want to thank everyone at FlashDen, and especially those who bought my files… You love me! You really love me!!!
It hasn’t been listed one time. I see the same thumbs there all day, rarely changing. Even the brand new listings stay on for a long time.
I emailed them long before Sunday
It’s been 48 hours since my recent item has been approved, yet, it still has not appeared on the home page in the “Recent” items, not once. I emailed FlashDen twice but got no response. Lil’ help please?
Ok, I got both issues resolved. Thanks for your help!!!
myvideo.time just showed me “undefined” (yes, I looped it) and I tried all different types of naming conventions, but still nothing… I will try onStatus for the end… thanks!
Is there a simple way to get the elapsed time when using netconnection and netstream for an FLV in AS2 ? Also, how can I know when the FLV is done playing so I can run a function? I have scanned Google’s database all the way back to 1978 and didn’t find a thing. Thanks!