- Flash Player 9.0.280 and higher (21.8 MB)
- Flash Player 9.0.280 and higher (debugger versions) (23.7 MB)
- Flash Player 9 (253 MB)
- Flash Player 9 (debugger versions) (223 MB)
Just my $0.02... ANY A/V company worth their salt, wouldn't be using software so old it requires a "three-year-out-of-date" plug-in (http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-9-support-discontinued.html).
I'm a freelancer, and I don't use anything that old... even with my limited budget, I have to keep up.
Thank you, I had found this. As far as the .2 cents. My software is typically up to date. I am the service manager and occasionally in service you have clients that have odd requests to try to update or revive old equipment. If it is what the client wants you have to adapt sometimes. (At least make the attempt) if it could be done without using 9 I would but the manufacturer of the equipment I'm on requires flash 9.
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I understand that completely.
Had a potential client I turned away recently because he insisted I use a 2002 copy of (Macromedia) Director to build a "video slideshow" website... that would require EVERYONE who might visit it to find (good luck), download and install (good luck again) their own copy of the original Macromedia Projector just to see it.
The guy is still running Windows 98 1st Edition, on a P1 (400mHz) with 64Mb RAM and a (are you ready for this) 2Gb Hard Drive. I'm sure that's a collector piece nowadays, but for production? He's an artist using MSPaint to edit his photographs of work he's done.