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  • AS3: Visualizing Video | Kenny Bunch
    been depreciated and replaced with the new Timer class onMetaData is not assured to come after detecting a Video s completion of load Written by kbunch Posted in ActionScript Flash Projects 6 comments November 8 2005 7 32 am John Giotta Hey Ken True that there is no event framework for onMetaData but the old method still holds it s value NStream onMetaData It may not be proper but it still works for the time being Reply November 8 2005 7 55 am Ian Turgeon I know you mentioned this was built in Flex Builder 2 but I m a little confused as it s running perfectly fine in my Flash 8 0 player Reply November 8 2005 8 22 am Kenny Bunch Ian Nice observation The demo you see is actually v8 as I wanted to let as many people see it as possible The source is 8 5 Reply November 11 2005 7 51 am mason kenny nice to see you posting again this demo is great When you get a chance you should put up the two panel view where you can see the video and the mosaic As always great work Reply December 7 2005 8 30 am Andrea Hi Kenny I m strongly trying to display a Video with a mxml in Flex 2 0 I created a class in AS3 that works exactly like yours but even though FCS is workinf fine I can t see the video why How do I instantiate the class As an mxml tag Do you have any suggestion Can you help me Reply March 22 2006 8 59 am Patrick Hunton Kenny very cool I did something like this a few months ago but haven t gotten a chance to get back to it and make it quite

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  • AS3: Visualizing Video | Kenny Bunch
    been depreciated and replaced with the new Timer class onMetaData is not assured to come after detecting a Video s completion of load Written by kbunch Posted in ActionScript Flash Projects 6 comments November 8 2005 7 32 am John Giotta Hey Ken True that there is no event framework for onMetaData but the old method still holds it s value NStream onMetaData It may not be proper but it still works for the time being Reply November 8 2005 7 55 am Ian Turgeon I know you mentioned this was built in Flex Builder 2 but I m a little confused as it s running perfectly fine in my Flash 8 0 player Reply November 8 2005 8 22 am Kenny Bunch Ian Nice observation The demo you see is actually v8 as I wanted to let as many people see it as possible The source is 8 5 Reply November 11 2005 7 51 am mason kenny nice to see you posting again this demo is great When you get a chance you should put up the two panel view where you can see the video and the mosaic As always great work Reply December 7 2005 8 30 am Andrea Hi Kenny I m strongly trying to display a Video with a mxml in Flex 2 0 I created a class in AS3 that works exactly like yours but even though FCS is workinf fine I can t see the video why How do I instantiate the class As an mxml tag Do you have any suggestion Can you help me Reply March 22 2006 8 59 am Patrick Hunton Kenny very cool I did something like this a few months ago but haven t gotten a chance to get back to it and make it quite

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  • AS3: Visualizing Video | Kenny Bunch
    depreciated and replaced with the new Timer class onMetaData is not assured to come after detecting a Video s completion of load Written by kbunch Posted in ActionScript Flash Projects 6 comments November 8 2005 7 32 am John Giotta Hey Ken True that there is no event framework for onMetaData but the old method still holds it s value NStream onMetaData It may not be proper but it still works for the time being Reply November 8 2005 7 55 am Ian Turgeon I know you mentioned this was built in Flex Builder 2 but I m a little confused as it s running perfectly fine in my Flash 8 0 player Reply November 8 2005 8 22 am Kenny Bunch Ian Nice observation The demo you see is actually v8 as I wanted to let as many people see it as possible The source is 8 5 Reply November 11 2005 7 51 am mason kenny nice to see you posting again this demo is great When you get a chance you should put up the two panel view where you can see the video and the mosaic As always great work Reply December 7 2005 8 30 am Andrea Hi Kenny I m strongly trying to display a Video with a mxml in Flex 2 0 I created a class in AS3 that works exactly like yours but even though FCS is workinf fine I can t see the video why How do I instantiate the class As an mxml tag Do you have any suggestion Can you help me Reply March 22 2006 8 59 am Patrick Hunton Kenny very cool I did something like this a few months ago but haven t gotten a chance to get back to it and make it quite what

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  • Blog Facelift | Kenny Bunch
    the navigation for those wanting more info on who I am what I do Enjoy the new lovely Written by kbunch Posted in Uncategorized Post a comment Cancel reply Comment You may use the following HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong pre lang line escaped cssfile Name required Email required will be kept a

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  • Kenny Bunch | thoughts from a software dev and business owner | Page 4
    edit some skateboard videos Come to me now and I m essentially showing and saying the same thing Fate has given me direction and I ve followed with a smile So yes I have been extremely lucky to have been able to make a career out of something I love Coming from a small town where factory jobs were the norm my life is all a dream The fact that I started out as a developer at some of the biggest companies in the world CNN Cartoon Network and Bell South blows my mind I cherished each of those opportunities But when a dream calls you have to keep moving towards it When the time came to start a company I questioned if I was crazy doubted what I was doing and was scared out of my mind when I left My decision was always based on the fact that I had dreams that I wanted to accomplish and I had to follow them Why am I telling you all of this Quite simply because that is the foundation of Dreamsocket Even though we ve legally been a software company for over three years we don t view what we have as a company Everyone here views it as a destiny and a gateway to our dreams I know those are strong words but Dreamsocket really is a place built from the heart We have great respect for those around us and treat every opportunity as a gift We want to do great things in our work and in our actions DREAMSOCKET s PHILANTHROPIC PLEDGE Dreamsocket was founded with the aid and support of a great number of generous individuals We have been fortunate enough to have a community that has allowed us to thrive and become who we were meant to be We want to provide the same opportunities to others and genuinely make the world a better place We view our employees vendors and customers as partners in our dreams Therefore we want to offer them the opportunity to participate in our vision of a better future for all humankind Through our philanthropic program for every service contract we enter we will make a donation to a nonprofit charity of our partner s choosing that they feel will make a positive impact in the lives of others Written by kbunch No comments Posted in Uncategorized January 6 2009 Importance of Event clone In Actionscript 3 the Event object has a method called clone This method does exactly what it says it clones or duplicates the Event object returning an entire new instance with the same values for all properties The importance of this method comes into play not when you call it directly but when the player calls it behind the scenes As stated in the docs When creating your own custom Event class you must override the inherited Event clone method in order for it to duplicate the properties of your custom class If you do not

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  • kbunch | Kenny Bunch | Page 4
    February 4 2009 Importance of Event clone January 6 2009 BUG AS3 Sound isBuffering January 4 2009 Older posts Newer posts subscribe Search for Archives Archives Select Month October 2013 December 2010 September 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 October 2007 July 2007 June 2007 May 2007 February 2007 January 2007 December 2006 August 2006 July 2006

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  • Kenny Bunch | Page 2
    We posted progress on ole Poor Bear over at Dreamsocket However we don t want this to be a one way communication outlet on what we are doing We want you involved Go check out the post and share your ideas on elements of the game Help us make Poor happy Written by kbunch No comments Posted in Uncategorized March 26 2009 Project Poor Bear designs posted We made a new post over at Dreamsocket which contains new designs animations and creative write up on our IPhone game Project Poor Bear that is currently in progress Trevor has some great insights into his thoughts for the game Go check it out Written by kbunch No comments Posted in Uncategorized March 26 2009 Speaking at NAB Game and TV Collaborations I was asked agreed and received confirmation that I will be speaking at the NAB conference in Vegas this month The presentation panel is titled Game TV Collaborations and is focused on solutions that integrate games with video based entertainment I will be showing off the Playstation Megasode that we built a few years back and participating in the subject discussion The presentation is slated for Thursday April 23 at 10

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  • Default Event Constructor Parameters used in Subclasses | Kenny Bunch
    the base signature Should a developer have to type in values that almost a 100 of the time will be defaulted in order to type in one that is thought to be required Obviously if this is the case then the additional parameters can not be required by the compiler and only enforced by practice These parameters would have to have defaults required parameters following default ones is illegal and the compiler will flag it public function Foo defaultParam int 0 requiredParam int While working on our media framework I debated on whether it was valid to follow Flash s native Event subclasses and make required parameters only required by practice or whether to change the subclass signature and make them required by nature I settled on the fact that it s ok to switch up the order of parameters in the constructor s signature and place new required parameters before base default ones super constructor public function Event type String bubbles Boolean false cancelable Boolean false subclass constructor public function DownloadEvent type String currentProgress Number totalProgress Number bubbles Boolean false cancelable Boolean false If the parameters were all defaults a developer could forget a required one and end up having to debug unexpected results By actually requiring parameters a developer who forgets to put them in then will get warned by the compiler This seems better practice and also feels more natural when programming For example when creating new instances you only have to pass in required parameters and can let the base ones default this dispatchEvent new DownloadEvent DownloadEvent DOWNLOAD STARTED 5 5 Personally I don t think signature familiarity is as important as context responsibility It also doesn t make sense to force yourself into a practice that can actually be less productive and hurt you rather

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