"Dock-like" flash creation for image and video presentation

Posted on 2008-11-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-11
I would like to simulate the effect found on under the video that is like the Mac OS X Dock, or even better, the YouTube front page (when logged out) more mild effect coupled with the scrolling ability of This will be loading in videos and or photos dynamically such that when new images or videos are added to a folder it will update the flash presentation.

Is anyone familiar with tutorials or the process of creating such an effect? And if so, please do share.
Question by:gpsocs
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    Thanks for those.  Curious if there may be any more input and examples floating around that others could contribute as well.

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    Had hoped for some more input and other examples, but thanks much.

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