02-26-2009 05:10 PM - edited 02-26-2009 05:12 PM
04-20-2009 12:05 PM
Is it intentional that a call to setVolume() does not trigger a volumeChanged() event? That's been my experience. If I only have one volume control than I can assume that whatever I last tried to set it to is the current value, however that does seem to render the volume change event ("mediaVolumeChange") somewhat pointless. The volume change event does get dispatched once at player start up.
In your example you can kind of see that the slider control within the flash player is not aware of any volume changes made via the html buttons (if it's open already) and that the slider only checks the volume when opening. That may not have been your intention but it highlights the point.
Just wondering if this is supposed to be the case.
04-20-2009 12:43 PM
I've updated my example to show this by adding an event listener and then just tracing a message when it occurs.
Does that help? If not, let me know.
04-20-2009 02:17 PM
yup you are right. My event handler was not getting called because of a problem with registration - I think I assumed too much after looking at the eg. Thanks for clarifying.
08-06-2009 10:13 AM
Yes this example works with Macs, I just viewed it in Safari 3.1.2 on MacOS 10.5.6. Are you having difficulty?
What browser is experiencing the issue?
08-06-2009 10:15 AM
08-06-2009 10:51 AM - edited 08-06-2009 11:08 AM
It might be a good idea to start with the overview
The useful, step by step instructions are duplicated in seperate
specific examples, so that is the doc that will probably be the most
Then start from zipfile in this thread, and take the following steps (borrowed from the Player API examples):
1) Create a Video Player instance in the Brightcove Publishing Module.
I hope that helps,
08-27-2009 07:39 AM
Am I right in thinking that I would need to create a SWF that is included in the BEML code that calls the setVolume method? It would be lovely if volume was one of the parameters included in the BrightcoveExperience class so that it could simply be set as a param name in the HTML embed code.
Any suggestions as to the simplest way to implement this gratefully accepted...