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New encoding profiles published for Flash video on devices

Adobe has released new encoding profiles for use in Adobe Media Encoder that help you easily target all of the new devices that are now supporting Flash Player 10.1. Learn more: Kevin Towes’ blog: New Encoding Settings for Multiple Screens in AME CS5 Download the profiles: http://bit.ly/9xX0wQ The profiles are broken into three categories: – […]

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Posted in: Encoding, Web Video News

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Top 10 video sessions: Adobe MAX 2010

Like many of you, I’m unfortunately missing MAX this year (if you are there, why are you taking time to read my blog — get to a session and pay attention!) I had been scheduled to present HD Streaming with HTTP Dynamic Streaming but unforeseen circumstances have made it impossible for me to travel right […]

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

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OSMF FC update posted

The feature-complete candidate of Open Source Media Framework has been released. With tons of bug fixes and stress-tested performance, this release gets us closer to the ship date for OSMF 1.5 (“Neon”). At the time of this writing, Adobe’s open source website is down… so here are the direct links to the OSMF FC source […]

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Posted in: HTTP Dynamic Streaming, OSMF, Prebuilt Players, Web Video News

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Flash Video Encoding Cookbook

Adobe has published a (very) technical whitepaper outlining best practices and specific profile guidelines for encoding video for delivery in Flash. While this paper may provide more information than you may think you need, its invaluable to understand what’s going on “under the hood” of your encoding software so you can really squeeze the best […]

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Posted in: Encoding, Web Video News

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W3C Official: Hold off on HTML5

In an article published by Infoworld on Oct. 6, 2010, Philippe Le Hegaret, W3C interaction domain leader, says that HTML5 is not yet ready for deployment. While the enthusiasm for adoption is growing, its best to take a conservative approach to actual deployment. While using it for internal sites and applications where browsers and operating […]

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FMS Calculator

[UPDATE: Adobe has deprecated this tool. Bummer.] If you are considering Flash Media Interactive Server for streaming video and/or real-time interactive applications, Adobe’s provided a very handy tool to help you figure out how many server licensed you may need. Where before they had provided an article with some formulas, you now can use this […]

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Posted in: Flash Media Server, Web Video News

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Flash Media Server 4 now shipping!

With added support for multicast, peer-assisted networking, and HTTP Dynamic Streaming, the new version of Flash Media Server provides multi-protocol streaming with network efficiency. The price tag for the full-featured version, Flash Media Enterprise Server is omninously “by quote only” so its expected to be high. Adobe asserts that the licensing costs will be quickly […]

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