Posts Tagged ‘Flash Player 10’

Adobe Launched Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux

flashplayer_165x165 You may love or hate Flash Player, but updated versions are never a bad thing. Adobe announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Flash Player 10.2 delivers beautiful HD video, faster graphics rendering, and high performance on mobile screens and is designed to take advantage of native device capabilities. This new version features Stage Video, a complete hardware accelerated video-pipeline to bring first-class video on all browsers as well as platforms.

The Adobe Flash Player 10.2 no longer supports Microsoft Windows 2000 and Macintosh PowerPC-based computers.


Adobe Is Moving Flash To 3D

adobe_flash_player_10_0_1_218_beta There are many really cool 3D games done with Director, the same cool effect probably can be done in web games soon. Flash Player product manager Imbert Thibault, published the post Flash Player 3D Future session at Max 2010, revealed Adobe Systems is adding 3D graphics support to a coming version of its widely used browser plug-in.


Flash Player 10.1 On The Upcoming Motorola Droid X

android_flash1-thumb-200x188 We can read many posts about the good news like Google Said Adobe Flash Will Continue On YouTube and Adobe AIR for Android Early Build Download Available recently. For Adobe Flash developers, another one is, Motorola Droid X for Verizon will include Flash Player 10.1.


Adobe Confirm Flash Player 10.1 Still On Schedule

adobe_flash_logo_icrontic_v12Adobe Flash Player 10.1 release candidate 2 now available for PCs and netbooks, and there are a ton of good news like Flash is coming to Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, WebOS and Windows Mobile. Perhaps you also heard rumors that Adobe’s Flash 10.1 release was being delayed until 2H10.


Adobe Pushed Out The First Hardware-accelerated Flash Player 10.1 Release Candidate

Adobe-Flash-Player-icon Apple said Adobe Flash NOT in the iPad  because apparently Adobe’s software is a “CPU hog”, a source of “security holes” and an “old technology”.  Now Adobe Systems probably can say it will be no longer a problem–Adobe announced a downloadable Release Candidate (RC) version of its Flash Player 10.1 software, presently available only for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems, but showcases mobile-centric features such as multi-touch and H.264 hardware acceleration.


Tutorials: About Using Flash Player 10 to Verify The Files Type (FileReference)

favorites-128x128 Now you could load files which you choose into memory to continue the following operation by the way load which new add in class FileReference Flashplayer 10. Then we could determine the type of files by FileReference.load().

*The FileReference class provides a means to upload and download files between a user’s computer and a server

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