Hi all, I recently came across the Flash Media Playback player, (http://www.adobe.com/products/flash-media-playback.html) and it seems like a great solution for streaming video on a website. However, I'm wondering if we can somehow use the Flash Media Playback streaming service inside of Flash Professional. The FMP only outputs html code, so I'm not sure how or if this could be used in Flash, but is seem like something that should be possible.
Any ideas? Thanks!
The purpose of that product is to embed in HTML. If you're using AIR and use a StageWebView (which displays a native browser/HTML) then yes you could. Otherwise the purpose is specifically NOT to require Flash Professional. It's a fallback player, which means it attempts to use HTML5/MP4 as a best practice. If it senses no mp4 support it falls back to a flash player/SWF. The very nature of it overall is a copy and paste media player to use if you don't have Flash Pro.
It's based on OSMF, which is a player you can use inside Flash Pro:
Thanks a lot for your answer!
You're welcome and good luck!