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New flash 10.1 has hardware decoding!!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Legacystar, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. Legacystar

    Legacystar Well-Known Member
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  2. Thornfullessrose

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    what is hardware decoding?
     
  3. johnlgalt

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    According to Flash Player 10.1 for Android 2.2 Release Notes it is not enabled yet.

    Unless you have a newer build version than 10.1.92.8, b/c that KB article specifically states that for build 10.1.92.8 it is disabled.

    To read more about hardware acceleration (which I believe is being used interchangeably with hardware decoding) see Flash Player 10.1 hardware acceleration for video and graphics | Adobe Developer Connection
     
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  4. Legacystar

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    I know that it says that but off of real world use between the 2 versions beta 3 plays video like Shit where as the version that came specifically on the droid 2 and droid x run video flawlessly. This makes me think they tweaked that version of flash to support there gpu's.. now put the newest release on the droid 1 and it runs exactly the same as the droid x.

    Also in the release notes there is this
     
  5. RandolphNY

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    So far, I have to agree. I am disappointed with how flash is working. I hope that the market version (when it comes) has been adjusted. Otherwise all of they hype wasn't worth it.
     

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