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From modjkl...@comcast.net
Subject Re: s:VideoDisplay problem on Flex 4.14
Date Sun, 05 Apr 2015 21:49:59 GMT
Angelo, have you seen this bug? 


I've been using 4.12 with spark videoplayer and observed the same issue (audio works fine,
but black video). 

Using FireFox at least, simply adding 

OSMFSettings.enableStageVideo = false ; 

to the main application container's creationComplete event solved it. I haven't checked all
browsers though. 

To attempt to fix for all browsers (assuming something may still be broken), I also added

backgroundAlpha=" 0 " 

to the application container as instructed in the link above. 

Could anyone tell me if that is sufficient, or do I need to also change wmode in the HTML
wrapper as well as create a custom skin for videoplayer? 

The link above says to set wmode to true, but it appears the only possible settings are "window",
"transparent", and "opaque". So, I'm not sure how to address that. 

----- Original Message -----

From: "OmPrakash Muppirala" <bigosmallm@gmail.com> 
To: users@flex.apache.org 
Sent: Thursday, April 2, 2015 5:32:44 PM 
Subject: Re: s:VideoDisplay problem on Flex 4.14 

This sounds like a problem with the OSMF library that we use. In the past, 
some users have mentioned that switching to the older version of the 
OSMF.swc fixed similar problems. You might want to try that. 


On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 11:49 PM, Angelo Lazzari <angelo.lazzari@redtulp.com> 

> Hi, we're creating an air app where we need to play an mp4 video. 
> So we created the s:VideoDisplay within a mxml. 
> The s:VideoDisplay works but the component display a black screen and if we 
> only change the Flex version to 4.12 ( no code changes).. the video shows 
> correctly and without any kind of problem. 
> Could this be a bug or the s:VideoDisplay in the 4.14 need a special 
> configuration to work properly? 
> Thanks 
> Angelo 

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