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Add video controls to .swf

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I have a bunch if .swf videos I would like to add video controls to (start, stop, pause, etc).  I know how to do it with an external file, but is there a way I can add the controls right with the .swf file instead of having 2 files?
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If you're using Flash 8 Pro, you can use the Flash Playback Custom UI items from the components menu.  You're probably using the FLVPlayback component, which will create a separate SWF with the pre-fab video controls, but the custom controls should stay in your first SWF.
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