Adobe announces new desktop media player

Adobe announces new desktop media player

Summary: At NAB 2007 in Las Vegas this week Adobe announced a new desktop media player for Mac and Windows based on Flash. The Adobe Media Player is a standalone desktop version of Adobe’s ubiquitous Flash Player browser plug-in.

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FlashiconAt NAB 2007 in Las Vegas this week Adobe announced a new desktop media player for Mac and Windows based on Flash. The Adobe Media Player is a standalone desktop version of Adobe’s ubiquitous Flash Player browser plug-in.

Adobe Media Player is built on Adobe's Apollo platform which allows Web developers to build desktop applications without having to learn complex compiled languages Java or C++. 

Adobe Media Player will enter beta testing "later this year" with a shipping version expected by the end of 2007.

Topics: Enterprise Software, Hardware

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  • You know there's only one important question

    What platforms will it run on?
    Michael Kelly