July 30, 2007

Flash–Ajax Video Component

Writing about web page http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/Flash-Ajax_Video_Component

Adobe has just released a Flash-Ajax Video component:

The Adobe™ Flash™ Ajax Video (FAVideo) component is a small, open source Flash component that you can use to provide video playback within an Ajax application. It exposes all of the formatting and video playback controls necessary to build a video player customized entirely using HTML and Javascript.

The component can be included with a few simple lines of Javascript:
playerOne = new FAVideo("divOne", "demo_video.flv",0,0,{ autoLoad:true, autoPlay:true });
playerOne.addEventListener("playheadUpdate",this,myHandler);
function myHandler() {
//alert("Event");
        }

Neat idea. It has some basic controls for playback and volume control, all in a 15K Flash component, and it’s compatible back to Flash Player 8. I don’t know whether it supports RTMP streams yet – there’s nothing I can find in the docs, but it could be a useful little tool.

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