Building Video Walls


This chapter was loaded with techniques ranging from using After Effects to creating titling sequences in Flash to creating a full-blown video wall.

Though video walls are cool, be sure to take our advice and keep a close eye on the pipe. You saw this in the last exercise when 20 videos were paused to allow the FLV Playback component to play the selected video. We also hope you discovered that you simply can’t “slap” one together using 320?240 videos and expect the user to congratulate you for a job well done. The odds are the opposite will occur. Still, video walls are rather cool and, in the right hands, very effective.

In the next chapter, we deal with a common situation: How do you allow the user to choose from a number of videos?


Video Object Text Block Movie Clip Audio Track Class File 
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