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egobuilders
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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!

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sanju1979
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Hi! ego builders I have done this in quite a few projects for me

would u like to hire me to fix this issue for you

you may send in me an email at sanjeev@sanjeevverma.in

thanks

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avenue28
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yournetstreamobject.time
should give you the elapsed time and use
yournetstreamobject.onStatus
to get the status of the net stream and react accordingly.
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egobuilders
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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!

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avenue28
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time is not a property of the video. It is a property of the netstream object. Refer to flash help for more info.

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egobuilders
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Ok, I got both issues resolved. Thanks for your help!!!

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