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Trouble with "screensaver"

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I am having trouble with a screensaver file that I am creating. The basic idea is that a f4v will be loaded in with videoLoader and then it will play seemless until a specified amount of time when the videos will be paused, and a swf will play over the top.

 

The first problem I am having is with the seemless aspect of the video. I have tried several options including setting repeat:-1, but as the file repeats, it pauses for half a second and you can see the background. To fix this I have two video loaders that listen for the end of one video, then switches to the other.

 

This works fine on its own, but when I try to add in the swf after so many rotations it breaks the system after about 30 minutes depending on the computer. Could it be a problem with how large the stage size is? The stage is 5464x768.

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It is also worth noting that I have looked for possible memory leaks. The memory seems to hold pretty steady never really increasing.

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Hi,

 

Sorry to hear that you are having problems. It has come to our attention that recently some bugs have been introduced into Flash Player.

 

http://forums.greensock.com/topic/6494-suddenly-problems-with-looping-video/page__p__23566__hl__videoloader#entry23566

 

 

 

Also are you certain you are using the most recent version of LoaderMax/VideoLoader ( I would suggest downloading a fresh copy to make sure ).

 

Yes, having a video run at that size can certainly cause added stress to Flash content playback.

 

What version of Flash Player are you using? Have you tried smaller videos and a smaller stage?

 

Can you provide a very small set of sample files that can reproduce the issue? It will greatly help our chances of giving you a definitive response. Thanks!

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