Thursday, February 7, 2008

Adobe Media Player: Understanding the structure of the RSS feed

Adobe Media Playerby Craig Syverson
Adobe Media Player is a next-generation desktop media player and management application that provides high-quality video playback of streamed, downloaded, or locally stored FLV content. Users can subscribe to television shows and other online video content that they can download automatically in the background and view later — even if they are offline. An elegant user interface makes navigating this seemingly complex world far less daunting and more enjoyable.

Adobe Media Player enables content providers and media publishers to create custom skins for their playback screens, offering deeper branding correlations and the opportunity to monetize through advertising. Publishers can also orchestrate the playback of their content and advertising using publisher playlists — and when they use Adobe Media Player in conjunction with Adobe Flash Media Server 3, they can enjoy greater levels of content delivery, protection, and integrity.

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