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High Definition Flash

Posted by: , 03:42 AEST, Wed August 22, 2007
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Adobe has decided to support a video compression standard that will bring high-definition video to Flash-based streaming content
Adobe Systems intends to add support for a video compression standard that will bring high-definition video to Flash-based streaming content on the Web.

The company on Tuesday is expected to announce the release of a beta version of its Flash Player, code-named Moviestar, that adds support for H.264, the video compression portion of the MPEG 4 standard.

The updated Flash Player also will be able to take advantage of hardware acceleration in most PCs' graphics cards and is optimized for dual-core processors.


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