Adobe Started Share And Media Player

The latest online offering from Adobe is codenamed "Share" and allows customers to share, publish and organize documents for free.
With Share you can store your documents on Share and post a link to your website or blog, access the files from anywhere, embed a Flash® preview of your document on any site and set limits on who can view your documents. You can store and share documents up to 1 GB for free.

AdobeLabs also unleashed another product last week – their first Adobe Media Player.

According to a press release the new Adobe Media Player " allows users to subscribe to online video content via RSS, so that your favorite videos are delivered to you and easier to find. For publishers, Adobe provides sophisticated analytics, monetization and branding options, and content protection. The cross-platform AMP player is free, and will be focused on free, ad-supported content for this beta release."

For more details on this new Flah based software read details at Read/WriteWeb blog.

Via: Read Write/Web blog

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3 Responses to Adobe Started Share And Media Player

  1. angel292005 says:

    Your first link doesn't work :down: Would have been nice to see.

  2. LibraryImportant says:

    I fixed it. Thanks for the tip.

  3. angel292005 says:

    Ok that's nice, on the 'waiting list' now. 🙂

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