Looking for sample code that does the following

I'd like to find a sample fla file that does the following:

- load a big external mp3 file (during the loading process, I'd like a progress indicator (3%, 20%, 80%, etc.))
- after it's loaded, the animation and sound start
- the animated movie will run only once rather than constantly looping

The movie and mp3 don't have to be anything special. I'll replace them with my own stuff.
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rascalpantsCommented:
do you have Flash MX?

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henrywwCommented:
do u have more pts ?? LOL ...

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hobsterAuthor Commented:
yep, I have Flash MX.
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henrywwCommented:
done ... is here ...
see if that's what u want.

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rootdirCommented:
See this mp3 player, download movie and check code

http://www.flashopensource.com/movies/detailed/EM_Flash_Mp3_Player

or create sound object and start with only 1 loop like this

onClipEvent(load) {
  sLoop = new Sound(this);        // create a new sound object named sLoop
                                  // this = the current timeline (mcControl movieclip)
  sLoop.attachSound("expLoop");   // attach expLoop from the library to this object
  sLoop.start(0, 1);             // start playing at the beginning (0 offset), 1 loop
}

I think this will help you

RootDir
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