The project has quite a few flv's on different keyframes throughout the swf.
The custom controller is on the _root timeline and it appears and disappears when required.
At the moment I'm adding an actionscript keyframe on a layer above the flv's and scripting each one like this:
vid1.playPauseButton = _root.v.c.playBtn;
vid1.backButton = _root.v.c.back;
vid1.seekBar = _root.v.c.seeker;
vid1.volumeBar = _root.v.c.vol;
Some flv's work fine. Some don't - especially if they follow each other on the timeline causing the custom controller to not need to close and open again. One complication I'm also having is if there are flv's on keyframes one after another (with stop(); actions) then the custom controller is adding an extra volume handle instead of resetting the controller. Or the seekbar is failing to see the flv etc.
I checked the link below out but while it does cover multiple flv's it doesn't cover the custom controller, seekbar, volume etc. http://macromedia.com/devnet/flash/a...deo_guide.html
Experienced advice would be much appreciated on how better to script or point multiple flv's to just one controller so that the seekbar and everything adjusts for each flv.