You’ll be seeing them enable Stage Video performance in the near future.
And you can try examples of Stage Video today after upgrading to Flash Player 10.2.
Additionally, this version of Flash Player offers all the new capabilities previewed in our beta release, like custom native mouse cursors, multiple monitor full-screen support, Internet Explorer 9 hardware accelerated rendering support, and enhanced sub-pixel rendering for superior text readability.
Since adoption of new Flash Player releases is accelerating, websites can expect that many of the over 1 billion people with Flash Player will be ready to benefit from Stage Video in Flash Player 10.2 soon.
Companies like Vimeo, Brightcove, Epix, and You Tube have already started work to enable support for Stage Video to deliver amazing video playback experiences.
Put another way, Flash Player using Stage Video can effortlessly play beautiful 1080p HD video with just 1-15% CPU usage on a common Mac or Windows computer* – working across platforms and browsers, it will enable the best video experience for the most people.
Many millions of additional PCs, from netbooks to desktops, can now become slick HD home theaters on the web.
Note that Stage Video performance gains might not be visible right away.
Websites and content providers will first need to update their video players before users experience Stage Video playback with Flash Player 10.2 on their sites.
Apple Pay is incredibly inconsistent, but many problems may be caused by issues with highly complex back-end processing systems that are outside of Apple's control, based on our current discussion.
Server discussion talks about the problems of backing up to the cloud vs. Mac In Touch discussions also include the following topics, among others: Adobe Security Advisory APSA18-01 warns about yet another critical security flaw - not yet fixed while being actively exploited - in the media platform the company got with its Macromedia acquisition.
We love to keep up on the latest technologies, and if those technologies also enhance the user experience for our users then it’s a win-win.” Folks that want to deliver gorgeous, smooth HD video to more people than ever have reason to be excited, and more and more sites will enable Stage Video in the coming months.