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Adobe AIR for TV - MAX 2010 recap



Quick recap slides of the Adobe AIR 2.5 updates for TV. ...

Quick recap slides of the Adobe AIR 2.5 updates for TV.

This presentation took place at an LA AIR user group meetup in Los Angeles. Event details: http://www.meetup.com/flash-flex-la/calendar/15031040/



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    Adobe AIR for TV - MAX 2010 recap Adobe AIR for TV - MAX 2010 recap Presentation Transcript

    • Adobe AIR for TV as presented by Chris Charlton http://chrischarlton.us
    • Adobe AIR 2.5 for TV Internet connected high definition TV sets* Set-top boxes Blu-ray players *Samsung is first
    • Adobe AIR 2.5 Accelerometer Multi-touch & gestures Geo location Native-browser controls in apps Hardware acceleration Enhanced CSS & HTML5 Google Android BackBerry Tablet OS
    • Adobe AIR 2.5 for TV H.264 1080p video, Flash Access 2.0 (DRM), enhanced Keyboard APIs, new StageVideo API
    • StageVideo API StageVideo maximizes performance and quality with minimal power consumption on all platforms. Flash Player supports Video & StageVideo objects. Content displaying video in a window-aligned rectangular region on screen should use StageVideo. Content performing complex transformations on video should use the slower Video object. GoogleTV: Video objects rendered with StageVideo performance. Unsupported features ignored.
    • StageVideo objects Cannot be rotated. Cannot have an alpha channel, blendMode, filter, mask, scale9Grid, colorTransform, or 3D transformations. Video data cannot be copied into a BitmapData object. Plays only videos originating from NetStream objects.
    • Video encoding guidelines Video codec: H.264, Audio codec: AAC-LC or Main or High profile, AC3, 44.1 kHz, stereo, progressive encoding up to 192 kbps Resolution: 720i, 720p, Combined bit rate: up to 1080i, or 1080p 2Mbps (or higher depending on available bandwidth) Frame rate: 24 or 30 fps Old codecs supported Pixel aspect ratio: 1 x 1
    • Delivering video HTTP Dynamic Streaming (F4F format) RTMP/e Streaming HTTP Progressive Download RTMFP Peer-to-Peer RTMFP Multicast
    • Production Tools Flash Professional CS5 Flash Builder 4
    • Notes about TVs 500-800 MHz or higher** Take advantage of cacheAsBitmap and cacheAsBitmapMatrix Avoid animating large vector content Simple buttons: up, down, left, right, menu, info
    • Live demo next meetup View real apps on a real interactive set-top box!
    • Read more online What’s new in Adobe AIR 2.5 http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air/articles/air25_whatsnew.html Delivering video and content for Flash Platform on TV http://www.adobe.com/devnet/devices/articles/video_content_tv.html Adobe AIR DevNet center http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air