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Adobe annonce RTMP specification to be open and free soon

adobeGreat news!

Adobe annonced RTMP (Real-Time Messaging Protocol) specification to be published soon (first half of 2009 they say 😉 ).

Finally, everyone will be introduced to the real specs of it (not a raw one built by amateurs studing packet-data) and have free access to build own video/audio content controllers/privatizers 😉

“With the RTMP specification, developers and companies will be able to provide users with optimized audio, video and data streaming, no matter what kind of device the user is on or where the content is coming from,” said Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch

Well, good luck to all of us! And welcome to the open source era!

Free Flash Page Flip Components

Did you think of adding cool flash page flip effect to your flash tool or flash web site or flash gallery?

Free flash page flip effect

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FlashPlayer 10, first experience – installation and FileReference problems.

Well, to say the truth my first FP10 experience started not with warm “Welcome to Adobe FlashPlayer 10!!!

First of all, when I tried to install it I got very wierd error message:

Adobe Flash Player Plugin Setup
You do not have sufficient disk space to complete this installation.
Please free 5000 KB and try again.

And that’s with not even a few free GigaBytes on my system drive. However, ther reason was not in free space at all but in my drive’s label letter. I don’t have drive ‘C:’ – my system is installed on ‘D:’ and this was the reason for FlashPlayer 10 to refuse to install. Continue reading ‘FlashPlayer 10, first experience — installation and FileReference problems.’