Adobe releases Open Source Media Framework 2.0

Adobe has launched the second version of its Open Source Media Framework for websites, apps and media players that play Flash video.

The H reports that the framework includes both the source code and the compiled code for Strobe Media Playback, which uses Adobe Flash Player 10.2 to play videos on websites.

Other features of the framework include improved switching between bitrates as appropriate, and the inclusion of “best effort fetching” of video fragments on the client side when a server drops out.

It is worth noting, however, that while Adobe has produced an open source framework for playing Flash video, the Flash platform it’s built on remains closed source.

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