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Thread: Dual camera video.

  1. #1
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    Nov 2000

    Dual camera video.


    So my question is pretty simple.
    I shot a video of myself playing drums while recording a song.
    While waiting for the final mix of the song to be done, I wanted to prepare a website, to feature the recording and where people can watch me play.
    The one cool thing I want to do, is to have the song playing, and while it's playing, the viewer could choose between the two cameras.
    How do I do that?
    I'm thinking I should place the audio in a single looped frame, and then put the two video streams in a movieclip with buttons to switch between them?
    As in, both are always playing but the viewer just switches, like as in viewing different frames?
    Also, what's the best way to have the site detect whether the viewer is using a smartphone and then switch to the smartphone version?
    Up the Irons!!

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    Apr 2011
    I think for the smartphone thing it auto detects if you have a mobile version of the site it will go to it, look up how to make a mobile version site it will mean your URL would look something like m.websitename.com thats most likely how facebook and youtube do it goto m.youtube.com or m.facebook.com on your pc and itl show the mobile version

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    Good thank

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