Re: Flash

Maybe that's why we're working on an R&D project of the video version of audioblog to
take input right from the browser and publish it to your blog either as individual posts or
as a playlist. Sample here:

Those are three flash-recorded video clips that I saved online and published as a playlist.
Only needed a camera and a web browser.

If we believe in something, we can make great things happen.



— In, "Andreas Haugstrup" <videoblog@s…> wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 13:36:15 -0400, Steve Garfield
> <steve@o…> wrote:
> > – Flash is installed on nearly 90% of all browsers… nothing to down
> > load, install, or hassle with.
> >
> > Hmm… why then are we working with QT, WMV and Real?
> Flash MX costs $499 in the USA. WMV is free for me on Windows, QT is free
> to create on a Mac.
> I can't afford to pay $499 to make Flash movies.. Or rather since I'm in
> Denmark the prices for Flash MX *start* at $1000. My university has Flash
> available, but it is an academic license so I can't really use it for my
> personal projects.
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