Adobe brings Flash into living rooms

It wouldn’t be limited just to your PCs anymore, as Adobe Systems is aiming to bring some really exciting and rich videos and web animation in your TVs and set-top boxes.

A new Flash multimedia platform to bring Adobe flash technology into TVs, set-top boxes and many other digital devices has been announced by the company on Monday. With this new Flash system, users will be able to watch HD videos, new interfaces of the users and interactive applications on their TV sets.

Adobe also gave some details about the partners that will make the most of this technology and that include Comcast, Intel, Atlantic Records, Netfix and the New York Times.

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The company has also made some changes in its technology to produce its Flash mobile version to use in the latest smartphones.  With this new mobile version, users will be able to view their favorite Flash-enabled videos on their go.

But now the company is focusing on bringing its technology into the living rooms and HD TVs. So, now the users will be able to have access YouTube videos via their TVs rather than some especially encoded subset,” says Anup Murarka, director of Adobe’s Flash Platform Business Unit.

“Some products and services are providing a subset to view online videos on TVs, but you can’t get all the content from these services, as many of these devices cannot offer every video available on YouTube,” he adds.

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2 Responses to Adobe brings Flash into living rooms

  1. logical April 20, 2009 at 2:21 pm #

    Marvelous achievement, YouTube on TV… sounds delicious :)

  2. logical April 20, 2009 at 8:21 am #

    Marvelous achievement, YouTube on TV… sounds delicious :)

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