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The Bitter Reality of HTML5 Video on Android

December 30, 2013 5 | 2592 Views

If you have been reading this blog in the past, you are aware of the video features required for professional video delivery. With “professional”, I am referring to premium video content, which requires different functionality than casual videos. This is less relevant for the publication of a personal vacation video, or free, not monetized content, [...]Read More

M6 Uses Adobe Primetime to Reach over 500 Different Android Devices

September 26, 2013 1 | 359 Views

As part of Adobe’s announcement of M6 using Adobe Primetime comes a new video that unveils some very interesting facts about video on Android and the mobile trends in France. Android came late in France, but now it’s getting really, really strong for sure. Tomorrow it will be like 75 or 80% of the market. [...]Read More

How Bad Is Really HLS on Android?

July 12, 2013 6 | 5208 Views

If you followed my past posts, you often heard terms such as “addressing fragmentation” and “solving the Android video problem”. But what does this really mean, and what is the problem? Doesn’t Android support HLS on newer Android devices, which solves all your video playback and fragmentation issues? Not really. The main challenge is HLS was designed by [...]Read More

Adobe Primetime Explained (Part 2/4) – Solving the Android Video Problem

April 12, 2013 4 | 2797 Views

If you have ever developed a video application on Android that does more than simple progressive playback, you are aware of the fundamental video playback challenges. In case you have not, it might be helpful to look at the summary from Streaming Media’s industry insider Dan Rayburn. When Android phones became popular, live video was supported [...]Read More

James Franco Enjoys Photoshop Touch on the Galaxy Note 10.1

August 21, 2012 | 346 Views

Besides participating in pillow fights, James Franco, known for his roles in Spiderman and 127 hours, seems to live a pretty active lifestyle with his Android tablet. He acted, written, produced, and directed movies. He also appeared on a soap opera, directed a theatrical dance company, wrote a book of short stories, and is even [...]Read More

The Impact of the Flash Player Android Unpublish Announcement on Android Video Delivery

June 28, 2012 4 | 479 Views

In case you are curious what the announcement today related to the Flash Player Google Play Store unpublish means for you, please read the official blog post on the Adobe Digital Media Blog. In addition, here are some reference article. The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Advanced Video Delivery with AIR for Mobile Source Code – 720p Video on iPad [...]Read More

Flash Player and Android Changes – A Technical Deep Dive How to Adjust Your Mobile Strategy

December 19, 2011 5 | 1315 Views

Adobe recently announced to not further focus on Flash Player on mobile – a logical step since iOS doesn’t have Flash Player browser support, and therefore mobile sites are mostly developed in HTML5. Over the past two years, we’ve delivered Flash Player for mobile browsers and brought the full expressiveness of the web to many [...]Read More

WatchESPN with AIR 2.6 delivers live sports to Android

June 1, 2011 | 361 Views

ESPN launched a new mobile application to provide access to your favorite sports content. “WatchESPN gives you access to 24/7 live programming from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU. Now you can stay connected to your favorite live sports and shows from ESPN wherever you go.” The application uses AIR for Android to take advantage of [...]Read More

Live multi-platform streaming event with Flash Player 10.1

October 30, 2010 | 166 Views

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have one common runtime across multiple screens and devices? An important theme for the Flash Platform is becoming reality. Below is a recent live event in action, running beautifully on Google TV, an Android tablet and phone, and of course the desktop – using one standardized backend and player. The [...]Read More

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear – delivered online and device in Flash

October 29, 2010 | 70 Views

On Saturday Oct. 30 from 12:00-3:00pm ET Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and fans from across the country of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” and “The Colbert Report” will gather on the National Mall in Washington DC for the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, an event Stewart says is “for the people who’ve been too [...]Read More


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