Flash Video MX Pro is capable of adding cue points in the generated Flash video (FLV) files. This is a great feature which allows you to synchronize video clips with other Flash elements. Cue points are invisible markers in a video file which can be used to trigger external events such as synchronizing graphics, subtitles, etc; providing navigation options; loading other video files or SWF movies, etc.
Cue points don’t do anything by themselves. They are merely passive markers. To make use cue points you need to write some Actionscript in the SWF file which contains the Flash Video file. The Actionacript code “listens” to the preset cue points and takes whatever action you specify when it encounters one.
With the CuePoint, professional users can import single video file for encoding or multiple video files for encoding at once.
Launch Flash Video MX Pro; add CuePoint; see the pictures below:
When the video plays to the frame that you want to add cue point, click the Add button and select a cue point type from the pop-up list. There are two types of cue point you get: Add Event, Add Navigation. If you want to delete the selected cue point, just click the button named “Delete cuepoints”.
After you finish your setting, then the cue point effect will be appear in the output file you get in the end.