Jens Loeffler (Feb 08, 2010)
Examine this sample application that's an editing module for live events without requiring DVR features on a content delivery network.
David Hassoun, John Crosby (Jun 14, 2010)
Discover the Open Source Media Framework's capabilities for building and skinning custom media players through the RealEyes OSMF Player Sample project.
David Hassoun, John Crosby (Jun 22, 2010)
Through the example of a simple video player, discover the architecture of the REOPS project and see how it uses the OSMF to provide power and flexible media player functionality.
David Hassoun, John Crosby (Jun 28, 2010)
Take a walk through the REOPS skinning and control bar system to see how it works and how to customize it for your purposes.
R Blank (Dec 21, 2009)
Follow these lessons to learn the concepts required to build a fully functioning streaming video player authored from scratch using OSMF and Flash.
Jens Loeffler (Aug 03, 2009)
Follow these steps to roll your own app that uploads, transcodes, and streams video.
David Hassoun (Feb 23, 2009)
Learn the importance of live DVR to consumers and publishers by building a sample video player application that leverages the live DVR capabilities of Flash Media Server 3.5.
David Hassoun (May 22, 2009)
Understand the new DVRCast Flash Media Server application by building a sample live DVR video player that utilizes the updated FLVPlayback 2.5 component and Flash Media Live Encoder 3.
Robert A. Colvin (Dec 20, 2007)
Stream audio and video in your own IM chat application using this sample project.
William B. Sanders (May 23, 2007)
Learn about design patterns from this simple two-state video player, and then add more states by adapting the application to run on Flash Media Server 2.
Greg Hamer (May 23, 2007)
Get a quick overview of setting up a live webcast using Flash Media Live Encoder and Flash Media Server, and then create a playback SWF file to embed in your web page.
Lisa Larson-Kelley (Mar 27, 2006)
Create a dynamic playlist for streaming video in Flash 8. This XML-based approach is perfect if you ever need to display multiple video clips but you don't want to edit your Flash source code every time you add new video content.