Tunneling is an essential piece of Flash Media Server if you wish to deliver everywhere. Adobe has a good article on the benefits of including this into your application.
This is a great thing to do and usually done by default from the client site but in a recent engagement I noticed an […]
Fabio Sonnati, posts an excellent article on Dynamic Buffering with Flash Video. This is an advanced feature that was once only available streaming with Windows Media Player 9. The flexibility behind Flash Media Server 2 allows you to build in your own custom algorithms to dynamically find a users bandwidth connection and buffer […]
Check out my latest dev center article at Adobe, formerly Macromedia, on Flash Media Server 2. What this article really demonstrates is the ability to step away from an XML approach. Also, as an added bonus for all of you that are clicking through or randomly viewing my blog can […]
Software, Vision, and Fun was what the 2005 MAX conference was all about. To recap let me describe each of the days and my experiences.
My experiment embedding a Google Flash Video has ended. The code is available here.
This code would display the following video on any remote host:
Google Video Factory Tour
Still thinking about the original question: Google allows users to embed google maps into any website. Is embedding Google […]
Google Video has made the switch! Tradiotionally they have delivered in all range of formats in a method similar to Yahoo Video. Only time will tell if this switch to Flash Video will set a new precedent. They have setup an upload program that enables transcoding of most […]