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Hi, people! Can anybody say whether Flash Player can encode video using h.264 codec and save it on the FMS 3? I have tried but video was stored in flv format and old codec was used :( It would be wonderfull if somebody will post url of page on the adobe site where mentioned feature is described. Thanks...

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    Default Flash Player and h.264

    Hi, people!

    Can anybody say whether Flash Player can encode video using h.264 codec and
    save it on the FMS 3?

    I have tried but video was stored in flv format and old codec was used :(

    It would be wonderfull if somebody will post url of page on the adobe site
    where mentioned feature is described.

    Thanks

    Alex Guest

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    Default Re: Flash Player and h.264

    The Flash Video Encoder will not be updated for H.264 until the next version of
    Flash. So you won't be able to make H.264 content with the FVE for awhile.
    You'll need to use other tools that support H.264 content such as Adobe After
    Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro or something else.

    BWolfe Guest

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    Default Re: Flash Player and h.264

    not much of a reply as "need to know" matter :

    Hi Mr Wolfe.

    I'm working at Universit? de Montr?al.

    We're looking to store all video media on a specific server, and give access
    trough progressive downloads (http server for one).
    We're also looking to transcode existing media to the H.264 format.

    Will the next generation Flash Player (9 something) play H.264 outside the
    flash container (FTYP 'F4V ' ,'F4P ' , 'F4A ' , 'F4B ' )? Or do the media must
    be delivered via FMS ?

    As an example, let's say we put direct H.264 camcorder output clips on an http
    server , would these clips be "played" by Flash Player ?

    Thanks !

    Jacques Cadieux
    Concepteur graphiste

    Bureau des environnements num?riques d?apprentissage
    Universit? de Montr?al

    coco008 Guest

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    Default Re: Flash Player and h.264

    You don't need FMS at all just to play H.264 content.

    Go read this article:
    "Exploring Flash Player support for high-definition H.264 video and AAC audio"
    http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/hd_video_flash_player.html

    BWolfe Guest

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    Default Re: Flash Player and h.264

    The idea behind all this is to

    give students access to video media to Mac, Windows and Linux users as well...
    (to my knowledge, Flash Player is one of the most popular player for those
    platforms)

    through progressive download,

    from a standard web server,

    without scripting or code acrobatics as the contributors' base is gonna be
    quite large and not computer minded...

    So, if next generation of Flash Player can do that, great !

    Salutations

    Jacques Cadieux
    Concepteur graphiste

    Bureau des environnements numériques d?apprentissage
    Université de Montréal

    coco008 Guest

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