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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

H.264 Playing in Flash Player...

Tuesday, August 21, 2007   

When the bits hit the net and people upgrade their beta Flash Player, below you should be able to see an H.264 with AAC playing below. Its a trailer from Apple's website, with nothing whatsoever done to it. Since I don't know when the player will be released (later today), and I didn't want to wait, I am posting this up now. Heh. Should work later. I'm not going to loop it. And I turned the volume down so its not too annoying.

Its out people. Download the new beta player (9,0,60,184 installed) here at Adobe Labs & enjoy! I am testing this all over and its awesome. Awesome.
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There are currently 5 Comments:

Anonymous Simeon said...
“It totally works and it looks so damn good.

Yikes that movie looks wonderful. Time to go read the story again :)”
Anonymous Mike D said...
August 21, 2007 6:53 PM
“While I'm pleased at the extra interoperability the new capabilities provide, I'm not convinced from some early testing that bit-for-bit h264 is providing any qualitative improvement over On2 vp6. Looking closely at the Adobe labs demo, the h264 has more blocking artefacts visible, and my own test encodes on typical web video source back this up (unstabilized handycam->350kbps/320x240 30fps) Vp6 seems to be coping a lot better with the limited bandwidth, though there's a lot of complex parameters available in the encoder for h264 that I haven't tweaked fully yet..)”
Anonymous emmy said...
August 21, 2007 11:50 PM
“Keep in mind this is beta and the release notes state this feature has not been optimized yet, so anything you find that you believe to be an issue you should file as a bug.

Emmy Huang
Product Manager, Adobe Flash Player”
Blogger e.dolecki said...
August 22, 2007 6:59 AM
“OMG - this is the ugliest comment page in the world. I have to fix this ;)”
Anonymous Rafeo said...
December 5, 2007 12:28 AM
“What did you use to play this video? I couldn't do it using a NetStream and NetConnection instance in AS3 . (Without FLVPlayback).
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