Abode has released Flash Player 10.2, bringing with it the Stage Video API which promises smooth 1080p playback whilst using up to 85% less CPU than before..
Play embedded flash videos in Firefox with Totem using the 'Flash Video Replacer' add-on.
Adobe have announced the beta release of Flash player 10.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Flash Player 10.2 beta introduces many new features and improvements including Stage Video, a new API which Adobe says will 'help web sites deliver smooth, beautiful video across devices and browsers by enabling access to hardware acceleration of the entire video pipeline.'
Thanks to a partnership between Google and Adobe Google's Chrome browser ships with a built-in version of Flash that is more recent than that available to download individually. Here's how to use it in Firefox.
Boost flash performance by bypassing GPU validation.
With Adobe re-starting their 64bit Flash testing, Linux users are once again able to benefit from native flash on their 64bit desktops. Installing it isn’t a great chore, as we outlined previously, but if you’re […]
Adobe has previously made a testing version of their 64bit plugin available for users however this was discontinued, somewhat abruptly, earlier this year. Well, it's back!
The latest version of open-source flash player ‘Gnash’ boasts that ‘100% of all YouTube videos’ should now work using it. Gnash can be run as a standalone application or as a plugin for most popular […]
The team behind open-source Flash alternative LightSpark pushed out a new bug-fix release a few days ago. Seeing as we’re a few releases in, I felt now was a prime time to see just how […]
Free and fully Open Source Flash implementation ‘LightSpark’ sees the release of a second release candidate today. Lightspark 0.4.2 sees the following additions and improvements, as listed on the official announcement: – YouTube support for […]
If you’re one of the many people who experience issues when watching Flash videos in fullscreen then the following tip by dodo3773 may help you out. “What I did was right click on any flash […]
Alternative solutions for playing Flash content online seems to be all the rage these days. There are many open source projects that aim to provide a free ‘flash’ player, such as Gnash and Lightspark, but […]