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Flash mp3 player for local files

Posted on 2007-04-04
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I need to add mp3 or wav background sound to my flash distributable (it will be distributed on cd).  What I want is for the player to automatically add all files in a sub directory to the playlist.  I need to be able to control the following: play/payse, next/previous, volume

Can anybody please point me in the right direction...

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Aneesh Chopra earned 500 total points
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this is not possible using only Flash,
As you need this for CD rom, you need to use some third party software which provide addtional power to flash.

for example :
- MDM Zinc 2.5 (http://www.multidmedia.com/)
- MProjector 3 (http://www.screentime.com/software/mprojector/index.html)

this third party tool work as a wrapper over Flash SWF and help to create powerful Flash desktop or standalone exe application..

you can achieve ur requirement using any one of the mentioned tools

- Aneesh Chopra

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