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My first Lynda.com course, now available!

Publishing Video with the Flash Platform is now live! Last month, I jetted off to the west coast to record my first title with Lynda.com… and the finely oiled machine that is the Lynda production team already has it ready to go. This course is for beginners who want to get started publishing video on […]

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Understanding the MOOV atom, once and for all

If you work with H.264 video, and don’t know about the moov atom, your video playback may be suffering. In this newly-published article on the Adobe Developer Connection, authored by Maxim Levkov (and edited by me) the mysteries of moov are revealed. With specific recommendations and guidelines for encoding settings and tweaking for Flash playback, this is a […]

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Posted in: Encoding, The Basics

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HTML5 and Flash living together: JWPlayer 3.5

The latest update to the ever-popular JW Player (http://LongTailVideo.com) has arrived — and it’s definitely keeping up with the times. Version 5.3 introduces integrated support for HTML5 along right alongside Flash multi-protocol streaming and progressive delivery. With Javascript, skins, in-player advertising, and plug-ins that operate across delivery methods, this update promises to solve the headaches […]

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Posted in: HTML5, Prebuilt Players, The Basics

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Fundamentals of OSMF

For the Open Source Media Framework 1.0 launch, I presented a live webcast outlining the fundamentals and providing a good foundation to help you get started building players with Adobe’s video player framework. The archived talk is here: http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/p56475882/ Note that the first few minutes of the talk weren’t recorded. In those slides, I was […]

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