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Adobe Flash Player 10 engine
Adobe Flash Player 10 [ theregister.co.uk]
Sound is the new frontier for Flash as Adobe Systems released its first major update in three years today, packing in features missing from May's first beta.
Flash Player 10 will deliver sound file features that go someway towards giving developers working on audio the same powers of content creation and customization as video.
Adobe has added the ability to read audio files' binary data and directly access the sound buffer to add the sounds filters you really want.
Take a look at some of the other new features: [ ...] adobe.com
Pretty cool stuff.
If you're using Opera or Netscape browsers, you may not want to hurry to upgrade. There is a known issue with these browsers, and in the release notes, Adobe says they have reported the problem to Opera and Netscape.
I don't know if this problem existed prior to version 10, and I can't interpret its scope or whether it's likely to "really be a problem" in actual use on typical Web sites, but just thought I'd post a heads-up...
Opera and Netscape do not allow recursive calls using the External Interface API into the Flash Player. This issue has been reported to Opera and Netscape.
You can find the release notes at the following address: [
Thanks for the heads up, Jim. :)
Is it that version 10 is faster than version 9, or that Flash in Firefox is faster than Flash in MSIE?
...] bubblemark.com After upgrading Firefox to Flash 10... I compared it with Flash 9 running in MSIE 32-bit. FF/Fla10 is way faster...