Embedding Sound with Flash, Part II: Playing Variations: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript | WebReference

Embedding Sound with Flash, Part II: Playing Variations: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


Embedding Sound with Flash, Part II: Playing Variations

A Final Word

In this column we continued our first installment on FlashSound JavaScript API, Embedding Sound with Flash, Part I: The Basics. We focused in this column on different options to control sound tracks in Flash. Flash format is very rich in the number of different ways you can play multiple tracks. You can pile up tracks, you can forbid parallel playing, you stop before re-triggering, etc. We demonstrated these methods, and gave you some factors to weight when you come to choose your playing strategy. We also demonstrated looping and autostarting tracks. Finally, we explained how to extract the embedded object's ID, and how to use it to access non-API properties.

In this column you have learned:

You could download the Flash Player, the FlashSound JavaScript API, and the three SWF examples we use in this column: funkymusic, ring over, scale music, loop demo, and theme music. You could also find these files in one zipped file.

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