Flash Lite 3: load external data

This morning I talk with Fabio, a friend of mine, and he asks me if I’ve ever loaded an FLV file in Flash Lite 3 from web.

I don’t start to use FL3 since this morning because there aren’t enable devices and also I think that we could use it only in the end of 2008 to have some devices in the market with it.
In Flash Lite 3, when you want to load web data (images, video or anything else), you MUST set, in Publish Settings, network access only.
When I worked with Flash Lite 2 we don’t need to set network access to load external data.
So for example in Flash Lite 2 we load an external 3gp video (there isn’t FLV support in FL2) we write:
//video_vd is an istance of video object that is in library 
video_vd.play("http://www.mart3.co.uk/video.3gp");
in Flash Lite 3 we use NetConnection class:
var nc:NetConnection = new NetConnection;
nc.connect(null);
var ns:NetStream = new NetStream(nc);
ns.play("http://www.mart3.co.uk/flvfl3/phone.flv")
video_vd.attachVideo(ns); 

A big THANK YOU to Alessandro!Update: Talking with Scott I found a recent post of Nick Gerig about security model of Flash Lite 3 that explains well the problem.

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4 thoughts on “Flash Lite 3: load external data

  1. I tested on nokia 6300i and it is not working.
    System.capabilities.hasStreamingVideo returns FALSE, since Flash Lite 3.0 is there…

  2. Hi,
    I have setup an RTSP server (DSS) for the 3gp contect. the sample files (all audio) work well when I play them, but the 3gp video content placed in ‘C:\Program Files\Darwin Streaming Server\Movies’ dont play at all. Although, they play well when pointed locally on my machine.

    Regards,
    Supriya Tenany

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