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FLVPlayback is an ActionScript 3.0 component for Adobe Flash and Adobe Flex based on the Adobe Media Server library.
With FLVPlayback you can take full advantage of the Adobe Media Server content delivery capabilities.
Objects can be created and a player for the FLVPlayback objects will be created on runtime at the server side.
Objects can be of any type such as ‘File’, ‘Video’ ‘Audio’ and ‘Flash Video’. And they can have their own metadata.
FLVPlayback has a flexible and extensible API that makes it easy for designers to expose and consume FLVPlayback content through Adobe Flash and Flex.
With FLVPlayback the player controls and events can be defined using plain ActionScript.
Object-oriented, the FLVPlayback is based on a model-view-controller architecture. This allows you to build robust player control and event handlers.
FLVPlayback has a flexible, extensible and easy-to-use API that makes it easy to develop and consume FLVPlayback content through Adobe Flash and Flex.
In comparison with the existing action scripts framework, the FLVPlayback api is easy to use, expand and use without any conflicts with Flash.
The FLVPlayback component comes with a class named ‘FLVPlayback’ and it is an abstract class that implements the FLVPlayback interface defined in the FLVPlayback Reference.
The FLVPlayback component can expose and consume FLVPlayback content through the Adobe Flash Player and Flex.
It is intended for use within a modular environment, the FLVPlayback can be extended and embedded within other objects.
The FLVPlayback component is a data provider component.
With the Adobe Media Server library you have the ability to create your own customized broadcast and media servers and the FLVPlayback component allows you to take advantage of the Adobe Media Server library in any Flex and Flash project.
The FLVPlayback component can be used in any media type, starting with ‘Video’ through ‘Flash Video’.
Only the Adobe Media Server APIs that are available for a given media type can be used through the FLVPlayback component.
The FLVPlayback component supports the following features:
Functions to get the metadata for files
Functions to get metadata for streams
APIs to expose to server properties of objects
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* Provides Flash Media Server controls for Flash content playback
* Provides support for dynamic streaming of Flash and Flex content
* Supports DVR for live and scheduled playback
* Provides video/audio controller to publish video and audio assets to an Adobe Media Server accessible video sources
* Streaming controls
* Scheduling of playback
* Dynamic Streaming, Dynamic segmentation, Dynamic recording
* Adaptive streaming techniques
* Progressive download
* Support for embedded hardware decoders, as well as a number of streaming protocols
* Search and filter capabilities
* Media Information retrieval and use
* Event capture for user interaction
* H.264 playback
* Support for many audio and video formats
* User Interface with support for skins
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Adobe Media Server:
* A media server for the Flash Platform
* A powerful, lightweight media server for delivering streaming media in the Flash Platform
* Offers live and scheduled streaming
* Flash and Flex content playback
* Flash and Flex Content Preparation
* Content distribution over HTTP
* High-performance Streaming
* HTML5 Container and Embed
* HTML5 container playback
* DVR support and scheduling
* Dynamic segmentation
* Live playback, DVR, segmentation, rewind/fast forward
* Adaptive streaming
* HLS, Adobe RTMP, HDS, RTMPP
* 128-bit encryption
* Reliable message communication
* Transport encryption
* Support for Bluetooth and USB transports
* FLVPlayback can be used to embed content into a HTML5 page and control that content with actionscript.
* Control Flash video playback
* Play, pause, rewind, stop, flash full screen
* Use the status bar to track progress of media playback
* Volume and seek
* FlvPlayback uses FLVPlayback as a Media Control
* Multiple playback devices supported
* Multiple streams supported
* Live Broadcast supported
* Available skins
* Skins support external video controls to customize
* Multiscreen support
* A component that plays the video from the movieclips in FLVPlaybackPlayer.
* Direct creation of Flash Media Players
* Pre-defined video and audio properties
* External control over the video playback
* Support for many media formats
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FLVPlayback is a new ActionScript 3.0 component for Adobe Flash and Adobe Flex that will allow the playback of H.264 video with dynamic streaming and DVR features.
*Support for the dynamic streaming features of Adobe Media Server
*Support for the DVR features of Adobe Media Server
*Support for file based DVR
*Support for deleting records
*Support for deleting events
*Support for modifying events
*Support for creating events
*Support for recording events
*Support for transcoding
*Support for pause
*Support for real time recording
*Support for accessing DVR
*Support for video formats.MP4 and.MOV
*Support for audio formats.MP3 and.OGG
*Support for FLVPlayback as the server
*Support for integrating FLVPlayback
*Support for In-CAM operation
*Support for game recording
*Support for sending a private IP
*Support for reporting the time it takes to fetch a media file
*Support for predefined keys
*Support for events in the events file
*Support for commands
*Support for motion detection
FLVPlayback also supports keyboard shortcuts. For more information about the commands available, you can navigate through the FLVPlayback documentation
FLVPlayback components are not limited to Flex and Flash applications. They can also be used in Java applications.
FLVPlayback is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
If you are interested in how FLVPlayback works, you can navigate to the source code on GitHub. If you have interest in the API, please check out the API documentation.
Before your project can integrate FLVPlayback, you have to build the libraries. You can do so by running the following command:
c:\> mvn clean install -Dmaven.test.skip=true
There are also Maven profiles that can take care of building the components in different environments.
There are some Maven profiles that can take care of building FLVPlayback. Let’s see how to create them. In this example we will be building the libraries for Android. The command will look like this:
c:\> mvn install -Prepo-dev-tools \
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Build a DVR application that allows you to create a playlist on the server, control the playback of media file,
record the media file, and play back the media file on demand. This is useful if you’re dealing with a bandwidth
constraint and want to cater to different kinds of devices.
This example demonstrates how to create a dynamic streaming server using Adobe Media Server Version 7 or later,
and how to create a playlist for different formats.
This example demonstrates how to create a DVR application. A DVR is useful if you’re dealing with bandwidth
constraints and want to cater to different kinds of devices. You can use a traditional DVR if you want to record
media files on a server and play it back on-demand. Alternatively, you can build a “Dynamic Streaming Server” on
the server which will allow you to stream media on demand.
Run this sample and it will run through how to create a playlist and show the UI of the DVR application.
To stop this application, press CTRL+ESC on your keyboard.
– Demo Setup
Save the project as “DVR_FLVPlayback” and use AMS 7.0 or later. The sample is optimized for creating video
playlists but it will work with any media type.
– Project Setup
The sample project is configured to look for AAS 3.0 or newer code. To download the latest version, use the
Online FlashPlayer SDK from
After the sample is installed, right-click on the project name and select “Build Project.”
– Running the Sample
From the MSL Icon, select “Start” and then select “Flash” from the menu. A window will open similar to the
On the left side of the window, select “Add to List” to add the action script to the Flash list.
Then select “FlashPlayer Client” from the list.
Now the window will look like the following screenshot.
Now that we have selected the FlashPlayer Client project, select “Build” to build the sample application.
When the sample application is run, it will try to read a playlist from the server. To do this, select
“Playlist Viewer” from the menubar and select “Playlist.” Then select “PlayList from Server”
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