Adobe has announced its two new products at IBC in Amsterdam-Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0 which will bring Flash to iPhone and iPad. Apple had always rejected Flash for being buggy and causing battery drainage and hence iDevices could not run Flash contents. Now Adobe has managed to work around the system and has come up with these products to take Flash to iOS devices.
“With Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5, media publishers now have a single, simple workflow for delivering content using the same stream to Flash-enabled devices or to the Apple iPhone and iPad.”
The Flash content will be processed on a server enabled to stream it to iOS devices. The contents will be repackaged in real-time whereby protocols will be changed to suit the target device, for example HTTP Dynamic Streaming or HLS. That would mean no battery drainage for iOS devices as happens in the case of running Flash on a mobile and at the same time full Flash video support for Apple devices.
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