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Stratus service for developing end-to-end applications using RTMFP in Flash Player
Adobe Flash Player 10 and Adobe AIR 1.5 introduce a new communications protocol, Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP), whose low latency, end-to-end peering capability, security, and scalability make it especially well suited for developing real-time collaboration applications by not only providing superior user experience but also reducing operators' costs.
As senior product manager for Adobe Flash Player, I am really excited to tell you about Flash Player 10. But before I drill into new features and improvements, I want to encourage you to download Flash Player 10, code-named Astro, from the Flash Player Download Center.
Adobe’s Flash Media Interactive Server and Large Scale Deployments Video Posted
Link: Connect Recording of Meeting
Nick Hippe worked for Apple Computer as well as a little company called GoLive as an evangelist. When the company was purchased by Adobe Nick moved to Macromedia. He worked at Macromedia and held a number of evangelist positions for nearly 9 years prior to the purchase by Adobe Systems. He currently works in the mobile and devices organization for Adobe Systems.
If you have a large scale deployment of Adobe’s Flash Media Interactive Server when should you move to set up a clustered deployment? When should an origin/edge configuration be deployed? Nick Hippe will discuss the basics behind implementing Adobe Flash Media Interactive Server in a large scale deployment. He will cover the fundamentals of an origin/edge configurations as well as recommendations for matching configurations to solutions. If you are want to learn more about the capabilities of FMIS in large scale deployments, this is the FMSUG meeting for you.
Adobe Flash Player 10 and Adobe AIR® 1.5 introduce a new communications protocol called the...
Adobe® Flash® Player 10 and Adobe AIR® 1.5 introduce a new communications protocol called the Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP). The most important features of RTMFP include low latency, end-to-end peering capability, security and scalability. These properties make RTMFP especially well suited for developing real-time collaboration applications by not only providing superior user experience but also reducing cost for operators.
RTMP, RTMFP and HTTP – The multi-protocol experience with Flash Media Delivery on Flash Player...
Adobe made a numerous announcements around the next version of Flash player (v10.1) and quite a few announcements that will increase the options for interactive media delivery. For this posting, I’ll take you through the Flash Media parts of the announcements to provide some additional context.
Today, the vast majority of video (over 75% worldwide - ComScore – Video Metrix Report (August 2009)) is delivered using Flash technology. People ask us every day to keep innovating , enable higher bitrates, increase capacity and help reduce costs. Over the past 12 months, we’ve seen fundamental changes in not only the quality of the content, but the amount of content online.. We’re happy you chose Flash for your business , and Flash Player 10.1 will increase the options available to deliver high quality media including H.264 and VP6 over many different protocols. Put simply, Flash player 10.1 will allow Flash content to travel many different ways to reach your target audience. You will be able to monetize your media content because you can deliver more of it at higher quality with a variety of business models.
Flash Player 10.1 is another great step forward for real time interactive media experiences. We’ve enhanced the RTMP protocol with new buffer controls that will help keep the flow of audio and video streaming from Flash Media Server. We’ve also added significantly new functionality to RTMFP protocol (Peer Assisted Networking) that enables groups support and will add support for Multicast. Finally, we’ve added support for HTTP streaming with Project Zeri.
Adobe is delighted to extend the timing of its 20% offer to Streaming Media members for special pricing on Adobe software. Place your order before May 31, 2009, and save 20% on all Adobe products in the North American online Adobe Store.
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