Join Lisa Larson-Kelley for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the video players to be built, part of Publishing Video with the Flash Platform.
In this course, we will build three video players.…First, we'll explore Flash Media Playback.…This is a free Flash-based player that you can customize through a simple…online configurator.…Next, we'll move on to Strobe Media Playback,…another free Flash-based player.…This one gives you a bit more control, allowing you to customize it directly in…the HTML embed code.…And finally, we'll open up Flash Professional and work directly with the…FLVPlayback component, creating a custom video player SWF. …(Male Speaker: I'm Ron Askwood.)…By working through these three exercises, you'll have a complete toolkit for…publishing your own video online for playback in Flash Player.…
- Converting a video for Flash playback
- Using the Adobe Media Encoder
- Adding custom metadata to a video
- Building a custom player with the FLVPlayback component
- Embedding video in a web page
- Adding navigation cue points
- Publishing with Flash Media and Strobe Media Playback
- Uploading files to a web server
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Video Delivery in Flash
2. Gathering Your Tools and Resources
3. Preparing Your Video
4. Publishing Video on Your Web Site with Flash Media Playback
5. Publishing Video on Your Web Site with Strobe Media Playback
6. Publishing Video on Your Web Site with the FLVPlayback Component
7. Working with Cue Points in Flash Professional CS5
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