Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Video - Acrobat Connect on Google Nexus One

This is just a short video I made this AM while watching the Adobe Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) launch on Acrobat Connect via my Google Nexus One. I haven't tested all the features but as for watching, it seemed to perform perfectly. Note there is no plug in to present from the N1 device. For the record, I am on Android 2.2 (FroYo) build with Adobe Flash Player 10.1 (

Some awesome webinars on building multi-screen content

For developers, we want to invite you to a series of webinars on authoring content and code for mobile screens. Yeah - there has been a lot of talk about how you can just "write once, run everywhere" but the devil is in the details. Developers who have been at the cutting edge are preparing to reveal some best practices and tips, tricks you should at least be aware of when authoring for multiple screens to take advantage of new features of Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2. These webinars will run from June 22-24, 2010.

Best practices in optimizing web content for Flash Player 10.1
Tuesday, June 22, 9AM – 10AM Pacific Time - REGISTER

The quickest way to build cross-platform apps with AIR 2
Tuesday, June 22, 1PM – 2PM Pacific Time - REGISTER

Rich Internet App development with Flash Builder 4 for Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2
Wednesday, June 23, 9AM – 10AM Pacific Time - REGISTER

Multi-screen web content development with Flash Pro CS5
Thursday, June 24 9AM – 10AM Pacific Time - REGISTER

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Open Source Media Framework Webinar Wed June 10

An event not to be missed. In tomorrow's webinar, Lisa Larson-Kelley will dive into the fundamentals of Open Source Media Framework (OSMF), Adobe’s standard video player libraries for building playback experiences and monetizing video on the web. She’ll give you a high-level overview of why you’d want to use OSMF and what it can do, and then dive into its underlying structure and some simple sample code to get you started. This session is for beginner to intermediate programmers and web developers who want to gain a better understanding of OSMF, and how it can simplify media player development.

Lisa is a speaker not to be missed! On top of this, there is a chance to win a copy of CS5!

Register now (I have)