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Flash and the City 2011 OSMF Talk

Flash and the City 2011 is a wrap — and it went by at warp speed!  I closed out the conference Sunday night with the fastest presentation of OSMF for the Absolute Beginner I’ve ever given, as I only had 30 minutes before they locked the doors. Hopefully everyone who attended (thank you very much […]

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Posted in: Code Examples, OSMF, Prebuilt Players, The Basics, Web Video News

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Google’s WebRTC aims to revolutionize real-time communication

UPDATE 4:10pm ET 06/01/11: Great detective work by Stefan Richter, uncovers lots of involvement by Microsoft, Logitech, Cisco, Intel, etc. and notably: Skype, including ex-Adobeian and P2P architect Matthew Kauffman. This is really getting interesting. Follow-up blog post on WebRTC: http://bit.ly/li83i1. Google seems to be targeting Flash Media Server’s core functionality with its new initiative: […]

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Posted in: Interactivity, The Basics, Web Video News

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Adobe (finally?) sues Wowza for patent infringement

Wowza Media Server has been a thorn in Adobe’s side for quite some time now, directly competing with Flash Media Server, undercutting them in price, continually staying one step ahead in customer service and specialized features. It seems Adobe’s legal department has decided enough is enough. Wowza Media Systems released a statement today that brought […]

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

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Alyssa Milano weighs in on HLS streaming?

In an unlikely twitter exchange this weekend, hollywood starlet Alyssa Milano raised some hackles in the developer community by tweeting this link-baiting article on ArsTechnica. The article claimed that Adobe was bowing to Apple by planning HLS streaming support in an upcoming version of Flash Media Server, as I noted in a previous post. When […]

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Posted in: HTML5, Social Media, The Basics, Web Video News

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FMS cross-platform streaming (yes, including iOS)

Yesterday at NAB, Adobe revealed plans (and a working demo) for multi-screen live streaming through Flash Media Server. While no release date was announced, the demo was impressive. Kevin Towes, Senior Product Manager for FMS, demonstrates encoding a single stream in Flash Media Live Encoder, sending it to Flash Media Server, and delivering that stream […]

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

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Getting Geeky in NYC – Learn From Lisa helps you deal with change

UPDATED 4/17/11 with books and links I recently had the honor of speaking at the inaugural Geeky By Nature conference here in NYC. It was organized by John Davey (of Flash on the Beach in the UK) with Rich Shupe (of FMA in NYC) and featured a who’s who of creative coders and digital artists: […]

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Posted in: Announcements, CodingKarma, Ideas, Web Video News

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New blog, treasure trove of tutorials

Here’s a great find for you: Everything Flash is a online tutorial site that has a razor-sharp focus: Flash and ActionScript! They provide online video training, exams, tutorials and tips, and helpful links. One recent video tutorial that caught my eye (and that I thought would interest you, dear reader) is StageVideo for Flash player 10.2+. The […]

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Posted in: Code Examples, Training, Web Video News

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P2P Flash, not just for the enterprise anymore!

When Adobe announced peer-to-peer support in Flash Player earlier this year, I was thrilled. My mind started buzzing with the possibilities for new and innovative apps that we could build, with access to P2P connectivity RIGHT IN THE BROWSER. It reminded me of the way I felt working with Flash Communication Server back in 2002; […]

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Posted in: Flash Media Server, Web Video News

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