3245 readersI just uploaded a new tutorial that shows you how to provide an HTML5 video fallback option for devices that do not support the Flash Player. The tutorial also shows you how to use the new Flash Media Playback component for quickly adding video to your websites. If getting your video out to the largest
8797 readersThe following tweet by Mike Downey caught my eye this morning. He announced that Microsoft have released Player Framework, which in their words is 'an open source video player framework for HTML5, Silverlight, Windows Phone and other application platforms'. Upon closer inspection it is the former Silverlight Media Framework, shifted towards HTML5. It's interesting to note
7883 readersThe following tweet by Mike Downey caught my eye this morning. He announced that Microsoft have released Player Framework, which in their words is 'an open source video player framework for HTML5, Silverlight, Windows Phone and other application platforms'. Upon closer inspection it is the former Silverlight Media Framework, shifted towards HTML5. It's interesting to
2043 readersThis was my first attempt at integrating HTML5 and I quickly learned that a number of quirks must be addressed when deploying video in this fashion. There’s nothing groundbreaking about this post; however, I’m hoping it serves to be a comprehensive summary of how to integrate HTML5 with the following criteria: - Compatibility with all
3637 readersUpdate: I mistakenly said that Firefox does not support HTML 5. They do through the Ogg codec. There seems to be a lot of talk going on lately about this so I wanted to give my thoughts. This topic is actually quite a confusing one to think about. Let me first address the iPhone side of
4946 readersI just uploaded a new tutorial that introduces the new StageVideo API that is a part of Flash Player 10.2. This API dramatically improves the performance of your video as it is fully GPU-accelerated. This tutorial goes over the API and also how to provide a fallback to regular video.
9116 readersThis is the first video in a series on digital literacy. The goal of this video is to provide an overview of HTML and Flash technologies, primarily for non-technical viewers. Future videos may cover aspects of these technologies in more depth and provide a foundation for deciding when to use each technology.
8781 readersAdobe has just previewed at NAB in Las Vegas a streaming technology that allows HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) via MPEG2 in addition to Flash streaming. Reach next to Flash enabled devices also iPad and other HTML5 browsers (with HLS support, such as Safari) with Flash Media Server. Have a look at this sneak peek video,
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