Articles tagged with: streaming
Code Samples, Flash, Flash Components, New Developments »
After a recent partnership with FLVplayer.com, and a lot of work developing and tweaking our latest product, we’ve officially released our highly customizable FLV Player Flash Video Component. Have a look at flvplayer.com
FLVplayer supports all of the video formats available through the Adobe Flash platform including, but not limited to, MOV, MP4, F4V, and of course FLV.
Customize FLVplayer to match the look and feel of your current website or project. Modify the component to give it your own custom interface.
Our FLVplayer is loaded with features. If you’re a seasoned programmer, …
Flash, Flash Components, FMS, New Developments »
I’ve recently partnered with the owner of FLVPlayer.com, and we have some very interesting things planned for our next version of our Flash Video Components.
The name FLVplayer doesn’t limit our video player to FLV video files. Using our component you can deploy video players that support all of the video formats available through the Adobe Flash platform including, but not limited to, MOV, MP4, F4V, and of course FLV.
Playing videos isn’t the only functionality we’ve included in FLVplayer. Go beyond simply displaying video on your site and push your projects …
Code Samples, Flash, FMS, General Discussion »
One of my clients (borrispowell.com) has an upcoming fashion show, and we thought it would be pretty useful to promote the show as a streaming live production from his website the night of the unveiling of his latest creations. With this being one of his larger shows, we thought we would allow fans around the world to be able to watch the performance online, and for free.
Mogulus live broadcast tool seemed to be able to pull off the task of streaming the show for a pretty decent cost, and with …
Code Samples, Flash, FMS, Tutorials »
This FLV player has quite a few advanced options included. The video is streamed from a Flash Media server, dynamically buffered, and playable. The server side scripts allow for dynamic port detection, and you can setup the player to serve differently encoded flv files based on the users bandwidth.
First let’s start with our external classes.
We’re using the NCManager.as file as provided by Adobe. This external class allows us to manage our port connection list as well as detect a users bandwidth when they load our swf. I have included this …