The Flash Media Server Users Group is hosting an event titled “What’s New in FMS 4.5 with Steve Allison” on October 18th 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (GMT-7 Mountain Time US & Canada). This is an online event which you can attend at http://realeyes.adobeconnect.com/fmsug and will be hosted by Steve Allison, Senior Technical Evangelist for… Continue reading What’s New in FMS 4.5
It’s that time of the year again and NAB is in full swing. Unexpectedly there has been a flurry of news coming out of Las Vegas, so here is a quick summary of the topics surrounded Media Servers such as FMS and Wowza. First up is Wowza and their ‘Any Screen Done Right’ offering. This… Continue reading Media Server News From NAB
Adobe have officially released Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux. This release brings a range of performance improvements and feature enhancements. Worth pointing out is Stage Video, a full hardware accelerated video pipeline that improves video playback performance across platforms and browsers by separating the video playback from the DisplayList and offloading rendering… Continue reading Adobe Releases Flash 10.2
If you work with applications that utilise the webcam in Flash you may have noticed some recently introduced issues with some Apple iSight cameras on Mac OSX.
Join FMS Product Manager Kevin Towes for an online session titled ‘FMS 4 on Amazon Web Services’. This presentation is part of the FMS Online User Group and takes place on Tuesday, January 18th at 12:00 Eastern / 9:00am Pacific (GMT-8).
Today Adobe announced the availability of a new hosting service for FMS: Flash Media Server on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Kevins Towes, FMS Product Manager, has full details on his blog.
A word of warning upfront: The following post is a rough summary of a week’s trial and error. Some of the points made may be correct, but there may also be better ways of doing things than what’s described here. Use at your own risk. Some links that I found helpful but which admittedly also… Continue reading The Many Applications Of Flash Flex
Adobe have just released a bunch of security updates for FMS. The updates appear to cover all versions of FMS and are highly recommended for installation. Usually – and I think this is the case here – these updaters are actually full installers of the server.