1 March 2004
Many developers have shown interest in taking a look at the source files for the ActionScript 2.0 Flash video gallery project. We're providing them here for you to play with; feel free to investigate the code and structure of the FLA and the supporting files. To get a guided tour of the code, read the article about deconstructing the video gallery application, linked to below.
To install the Sample files, simply unzip the archive to your hard drive. You should be able to run the movie as is.
The archive file contains:
Classes used by shell.fla are in a folder called flashvideogallery within the com folder. You should either add a
classpath to the com folder or drop it into your current
classpath. (For more information on the
classpath, check the Flash Help, which is installed with Flash.)
The ActionScript 2.0 Flash video gallery is an interactive showcase of customer videos that the Macromedia marketing team produced using Flash MX Professional 2004. Due to continued interest in this sample application, we have updated the video gallery to ActionScript 3.0 using the FLVPlayback component and external FLV files.
One of the features of the gallery is that it lets visitors filter the videos and preview a site they are interested in. Here's how users interact with the video gallery: