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Confused by Flash Media Playback’s Set Up Page?

Jul 1, 2011 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Tutorials & Code, Uncategorized

Configuring Flash Media Playback’s general settings

This FREE video shows how to configure Flash Media Playback, Adobe’s free pre-built media player, by using the Flash Media Playback Setup page which generates the HTML “embed code” for you.

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Converting Your Video Using Adobe Media Encoder

Jul 1, 2011 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Tutorials & Code, Uncategorized

Converting a video using Adobe Media Encoder

Want to learn how to encode a raw video file using Adobe Media Encoder? This FREE video shows you how to confidently convert your videos into formats that will play in Flash and gives a good foundation for diving deeper into the encoding settings of Adobe Media Encoder.

If you’re new to Adobe Media Encoder, then you’ll love this free, powerful software that lets you quickly and easily prepare your videos for Flash playback.

Get Adobe Media Encoder :: Version 5.5.1
for Mac
for Win64

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Anatomy 101: Flash Video Players Exposed

Jul 1, 2011 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Tutorials & Code, Uncategorized

Understanding the anatomy of a video player in Flash

This FREE video will give you a solid foundation for building custom players for Flash and covers the differences between the Flash Player plug-in and a video player built for Flash; what FLVPlayback is and what it does for you; plus much more.

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Just Starting Out with Web Video?

Jul 1, 2011 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Tutorials & Code, Uncategorized

Want to build a Flash video player and publish video online, WITHOUT the use of custom ActionScript code but not sure where to begin?

This tutorial is a great place to start:
Publishing Video with the Flash Platform

The course explains video publishing process in distinct projects of increasing complexity. Each project results in a fully-functional video player, embedded into an HTML page and ready to publish online.

Topics include:

  • Converting a video for Flash playback
  • Using the Adobe Media Encoder
  • Adding custom metadata to a video
  • Building a custom player with the FLVPlayback component
  • Embedding video in a web page
  • Adding navigation cue points
  • Publishing with Flash Media and Strobe Media Playback
  • Uploading files to a web server

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Open Source Flash Conference on Friday

Jun 13, 2007 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Industry News, Uncategorized

UPDATE :: ARCHIVED SESSIONS ARE HERE: http://osflash.org/ofla2 // lisa

FYI — for those of you who don’t like spending $$$ on in-person conferences, or feel insecure if you’re too far away from your desk, here’s an online alternative.

Register here: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/%7Etangrif/OFLA2/Register.html

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The second Open Source Flash Conference will be held on June 15th. The conference will start by 11:00 am Eastern Time. This conference is completely free and to attend you only need a computer , the internet and flash installed on your computer.

Here is the link for the conference

https://breeze.itap.purdue.edu/r45637951/

SPEAKERS

* Aral Balkan 11:00
o Introduction

* Ralph Hauwert 11:15
o Papervision 3D

* Firdosh Tangri 12:00
o ASWing Component Framework

* John Grden 12:45
o The Red5 Project

* BREAK 1:30

* Igor Costa 2:00
o Flex Applications using Flex 2 SDK and Granite Data Services

* Aral Balkan 3:00
o SWX

* Nicolas Cannasse 4:00
o Haxe Programming Language

* Cortlandt Winters 5:00
o OpenLazlo and comparisons between Laszlo, Flash, Flex and Haxe/Actionstep.

Looks interesting. I’m especially interested in the Red5 and PaperVision3D sessions. Hope to (virtually) see some of you there. VivĂ© la open source!


Lisa
Larson~
Kelley

Adobe Community Professional Author, speaker, developer, geek, mom.


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