Join Lisa Larson-Kelley for an in-depth discussion in this video Publishing files on a web server, part of Publishing Video with the Flash Platform.
Now that we've configured Flash Media Playback and embedded it into our web…page, the final step is to publish it online.…So here is our finished player from the previous lesson, shown here in Firefox.…Of course, we now want to publish this nice video player on the web for all to see.…Well, to do this, we only need to upload three things:…the HTML web page, the video file, and the JPEG poster image--this is optional,…but wed use one in this exercise.…You may be wondering, but what about the player itself?…Where is that Flash file?…Well, because Flash Media Playback is a SWF that's hosted by Adobe, you won't…need to upload any SWF files.…
You don't have to compile or upload any Flash files whatsoever.…Only your video, optional poster image, and the HTML page where it will appear…need to be uploaded. So let's go ahead and do that.…In this exercise, I assume that you've got a hosted web site and that you know…how to upload files there.…The first step is to connect to your web site through an FTP client.…
- 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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