I'd like to be able to take advantage of a computer with multiple cores to play multiple flash movies. I have created an executable with a single f-in-box/flash instance, and then created several instances of that program running simultaneously - this takes advantage of multiple cores because it is separate processes that Windows manages.
What I'd like to do is have a single executable with multiple f-in-box/flash instances be able to achieve similar performance through the use of threads or multi-core libraries. I'm not really asking "how" to do it (lol, unless you want to explain how), rather I'm asking if you know of any reasons why it would be technically difficult or impossible. Or if you know that a technique like this is commonly done with f-in-box.
Does that make sense?