Working with Adobe Media Encoder CS5. Need to put cue points in certain locations throughout a 30 minute video so viewers can forward to the next cue point if they want to. It's come to my understanding that the cue points you embed are just empty containers until you define what to do with them.
Does this mean I have to write code every time I place a cue point? Or is there another way to define the cue points that I establish to do a simple jump to the next cue point? Why does Adobe make this so difficult?
A simple name for the cuepoint will suffice. CP1, CP2, CP3 is what I use most of the time. Inside Flash, you need to access the cuepoint with exactly the same spelling; that's the main culprit if there is one.
You CAN however, do more advanced things with'em; even remote trigger some functions etc. It's up to you where you want to do things 'complicated'. To me, this is flexibility.
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