Welcome to the Flash Runtime version 24 beta! We've been hard at work adding new features to Flash Player and we're looking forward to receiving feedback from our Flash Player community.
This beta release includes new features as well as enhancements and bug fixes related to security, stability, performance, and device compatibility for Flash Player 24. For full details, please see our release notes.
Beginning with Flash Player version 24 and Firefox version 51 on Windows, Flash content will now scale appropriately on high resolution displays.
To provide users with a better control over their camera and microphone data, Flash Player now provides a more fine-grained control over how permissions are granted. Users can now allow camera and microphone access for a domain when that content is served via HTTPS, and disallow the access when content from the domain is served over HTTP. Since this feature is currently in beta, the settings will not be visible in the Global settings Manager.
With this Beta we are providing 32 and 64 bit binaries in tar.gz format for NPAPI and PPAPI Linux. We will be adding RPM installers and Standalone players in upcoming Beta releases.
For system requirements of the current release of Flash Player in production, please visithttp://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/systemreqs/
To get the latest Beta build of Flash Player visit Adobe labs
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