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    FLV to SWF stopping autoload on webpage

    Hi,

    I imported my FLV file into adobe flash and then published for my website:
    http://biteout.ca/margheritacafe.php

    The problem is that the videos start to auto load and slows down the loading of the entire page to a unbearable amount.

    Is it possible to have the videos not load automatically and wait for the user to push play? Once play is pushed then a buffer starts to load the video?

    Thanks for all your help!

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    yes.

    You set the autoPlay property (using the component inspector or through code) on the flvplayback component to false.

    There's a handy "help" function in flash which you can search for answers in case you feel you need a quicker response....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubs89 View Post
    Hi,

    I imported my FLV file into adobe flash and then published for my website:
    http://biteout.ca/margheritacafe.php

    The problem is that the videos start to auto load and slows down the loading of the entire page to a unbearable amount.

    Is it possible to have the videos not load automatically and wait for the user to push play? Once play is pushed then a buffer starts to load the video?

    Thanks for all your help!
    when you imput flv into swf, then set "auto play" as "false", follow the screenshot below:

    Step by Step Tutorial:
    http://www.flash-video-soft.com/blog/?p=220
    I hope this may help you

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    This tool (http://www.playerdiy.com/) provides option to make FLV not automatically load at web page start, and it is free. Just simply uncheck this option. See the screenshot of this feature below:


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