So, the problem is that flash movie embedded with wmode set to “transparent” or “opaque” do not handle mouse wheel event.
The solution I want to show you is based on JS <-> Flash communication. You can read more about it here. In fact, all it does is handling a mousewheel event in JS and passing it to the flash movie.
It is not short but it works well in all popular browsers and fully simulate original flash event.
Thanks to a guy from stackoverflow, I borrowed a good deal of the code from his answer: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5485187/mousewheel-in-chrome-y-firefox
AS3. Add this code to your documentClass constructor: