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Adobe Open Sources RTMFP spec (real-time P2P in Flash)

Adobe’s Michael Thornburgh announced last week that they have submitted a companion specification to the original RTMFP spec, “Adobe’s RTMFP Profile for Flash Communication” to the IETF Internet-Drafts repository: Abstract: This memo describes how to use Adobe’s Secure Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP) to transport the video, audio, and data messages of Adobe Flash platform communications. Aspects of this […]

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Posted in: Flash Media Server, HTML5, Ideas, Web Video News, WebRTC

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Multi-Bitrate and Multi-Screen Streaming With Flash Media Server 4.5

Last week’s Streaming Media East conference is a wrap. I had the opportunity to present two talks this year, one on multi-bitrate streaming to Flash and iOS using Flash Media Server 4.5, and the other on approaches to building mobile video players. In this FMS talk, I gave an overview of what the latest version […]

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Posted in: Flash Media Server, HTTP Dynamic Streaming, Prebuilt Players, The Basics, Training, Web Video News

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New live streaming app now available for Android

Streaming dev guru Paul Gregoire just launched his new app, Broadcaster, for Android last week, and he’s already been hard at work upgrading it, adding a Pro version. Broadcaster Pro works like Flash Media Live Encoder, but works flawlessly on an Android device. You can now stream FLV or F4V video over RTMP, RTMPT, RTMPS, or […]

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Posted in: Encoding, Flash Media Server, Web Video News

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Video encoding guidelines for tablets

Maxim Levkov, Adobe encoding specialist extraordinare (I don’t think that’s his official title) has published another white paper in his series on video encoding optimization. This one goes into depth about encoding for tablets. The focus is on BlackBerry PlayBook, but the recommendations can apply to delivery on any tablet. I edited this one as […]

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Posted in: Encoding, Flash Media Server, HTML5, HTTP Dynamic Streaming, Web Video News

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How to use Flash Media Server Authorization and Access Plug-ins

You’d like to use those C++ plug-ins for FMS, they seem to be so useful — but how the heck do they work? This has long been a blind spot in the documentation for Flash Media Server. Finally, a good overview has been written, by Denis Bulichenko on the Adobe Developer Connection: Using plug-ins to configure and optimize […]

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Adobe announces Flash Media Server 4.5 — Now streaming to iOS

Today at IBC Amsterdam, Adobe officially announced the release of Flash Media Server 4.5, an update to their streaming server software that now supports streaming to iOS devices and protected HTTP streaming, among other enhanced features. Here’s a quick rundown: HTTP Streaming for Apple iOS—Deliver high quality live and on demand video to devices and […]

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Build efficient FMS apps with the P2P Flash API

Jun Heider, a Adobe Certified Professional/Instructor and Flex 4 ACE, is giving a free one-hour talk about using Flash P2P to cost effectively share video, audio, and data among application peers. You’ll learn how to get started building your own P2P Flash Platform applications using multicast, posting, object replication, and directed routing all while using […]

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What, Why and How: HTTP Dynamic Streaming

Join John Crosby and the Flash Media Server User Group for an online talk about HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS): Tuesday, June 28 at noon Eastern / 9am Pacific RSVP: http://fms.groups.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=post.display&postid=36732 HTTP Dynamic Streaming enables leveraging of existing caching infrastructures – for example, content delivery networks, ISPs, office caching, home networking – and provides tools for integrating content […]

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