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Hi,

I am trying to make a very simple kiosk installation (Air for Desktop), where a press on a button activates a video (and after the video ends, the button will be back). Can anyone guide me to how to do it?

The only way I can play a video is by placing it on the first frame of a scene. But If I make a play button in one scene, and a video solely on another scene, only the button shows up in the test.

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Hi,

I am trying to make a very simple kiosk installation (Air for Desktop), where a press on a button activates a video (and after the video ends, the button will be back). Can anyone guide me to how to do it?

The only way I can play a video is by placing it on the first frame of a scene. But If I make a play button in one scene, and a video solely on another scene, only the button shows up in the test.

Thanks!

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Hi Mikkel

So, AIR for Desktop. Are you using the FLVPlayback Component for your video?

There are ways to achieve your goal. But first I need to know more basics.

Klaus

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Yes, I use FLVPlayback Component. in Air for Desktop.

I can only make video work if I put it in my timeline from frame 1. I have tried many solutions, but always get errors when I place it on other frames or in another scene (the latter does not give me an error, but just doesn't work). At this moment I am stuck with having a button on top of my video (which has autoplay unticked) with which I can start the video. I would prefer to have a button by itself, have it activating the video (by a click), and after the video return to the button.

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Don't. Use. Scenes. Scenes are an archaism from the AS1 days.

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