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Old 01-22-2006, 09:04 PM   #1
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Question setting MediaPlayback buffer time

I'm targeting Flash Player 7 and have two video-related questions:

First, is there a way to adjust the buffer time for an instance of the MediaPlayback component? (not the FLVPlayback component, which isn't supported in Flash Player 7.) Using the MediaPlayback component is ideal for my project because I've already set up cue points in the Component Inspector, but my client is complaining that the .flv video is stuttering.

Second, if I can't change the buffer amount for the MediaPlayback component, I know I can adjust it on a video object instance. If I need to go that route, how can I set cue points with ActionScript for use with the video object instance? Can anyone supply me with the correct syntax?

Thanks so much in advance for your help.
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