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    HD video and Actionscript 3.0

    Hello there.
    I was wondering if anybody could tell me the most accurate way of calling a function when an HD video hits a specific point.
    I want to synchronise a video I have made with external events as accurately as possible and keep the quality as good as possible.
    This would rule out exporting After effects markers as unless I am mistaken, to do this you have to export it as an FLV and loose a lot of quality.
    I would like to call functions quite rapidly and have them "fire" exactly as the video hits the correct frame.
    Are cue points the best way to go with what I am after and if so, is there any way I can assign them accurately?
    I have tried doing it with the little scroller in the flash editor but it is rather cumbersome.
    Thank you very much in advance for any possible replies,
    Danny.

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    Ok, ive just realised that F4V is flashes container for HD video and so will retain good quality and also contain cue points. So that is great I think....
    Unless anyone knows a better way of synchronising?
    Thanks a lot,
    Danny.

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