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Detect if video FLV is finished, play timeline and How to control this video

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This is my  fla with a FLV video. I use this code to play it:

_global.file="video1.flv";
var netConn:NetConnection = new NetConnection();
netConn.connect(null);
var netStream:NetStream= new NetStream (netConn);
my_video.attachVideo (netStream);
netStream.setBufferTime(10);
netStream.play(_global.file);

stop();


How can I detect if this video is finished ? How can I put control like play, pause, rew, ff to this video? Can I use components to control it? Can you put how I can do this in my file?

Thanks a lot.
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To add a media component to an application:
1. In Flash, select File > New; then select Flash Document.
2. In the Components panel, double-click the MediaPlayback component to add it to the Stage.
3. In the Property inspector, do the following:
- Enter the instance name myMedia.
- Click Launch Component Inspector.
4. In the Component inspector, enter http://www.cathphoto.com/c.flv in the URL text box.
5. Select Control > Test Movie to see the media play.
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