A new AIR Android update is now available on the Android Market. This patch release includes the following bug fixes and security enhancements:
- AAC audio will now decode and play back correctly on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) devices.
- Ghosting and green artifact issue now fixed on Android 2.2 devices with the NVIDIA Tegra2.
- Security improvements described in the Security Bulletin apsb11-12.
For more information, please refer to the AIR Developer Release Notes.
AIR desktop 184.108.40.20660 release candidate 2 for MacOS and Windows are now available on Adobe Labs. New features include:
- Media Measurement
- Acoustic Echo Cancellation
- Enhanced HTMLLoader API
For more details, see AIR 2.7 release notes.
The Flash Player Incubator is also being updated today, highlighting new technologies and APIs that will provide further enhancements for performance, security, as well as support video and Customer Experience Management (CEM) solutions. See detailed feature descriptions on Adobe Labs, let us know what you think on the Incubator forum or report bugs.
Check out the following features:
Media/Real Time Communications
- G.711 audio compression for telephony
- H.264/AVC SW Encode for camera encoding
- GC Advice
- Socket Progress Events
- Pause/sleep/resume Events
- Disabling Reference Counting
- Secure random number generator
Additional features still available in the Incubator include:
3D and Drawing APIs
- Stage 3D (“Molehill”) 3D APIs
- Cubic Bezier Curves
For more information on these features, see the Flash Player Incubator release notes.
Flash Player 10.3.181.14 for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows and 10.3.185.21 for Android are now available. Flash Player 10.3 for Android supports Android 3.1 devices.
New features in Flash Player 10.3 include:
- Media measurement (desktop only with mobile support coming in a future release)
- Acoustic echo cancellation (desktop only)
- Enhanced privacy protection
- Security enhancements – see Security Bulletin APSB11-12 for more details
For more information on the new features and a list of bug fixes, see the Flash Player 10.3 release notes.
Flash Player 10.2.157.51 is now available for download on the Android Market. This is a production GA (General Availability) release for Android 2.2 (Froyo), 2.3 (Gingerbread), and 3.0.1+ (Honeycomb) devices.
We just released on Friday (04/15/11), Flash Player Desktop 10.2.159.1 and AIR 220.127.116.1140. For more information on this release, please review our bulletin at APSB11-07.
Friday’s release brings the latest desktop runtimes versions to:
- Flash Player desktop for (Win/Mac/Linux): 10.2.159.1
- Google Chrome, with Integrated Flash Player: 10.2.154.27
- AIR runtime (Win/Mac/Linux/Android): 18.104.22.16840
We are happy to announce the availability of Flash Player 10.3 beta 2 for Windows, MacOS and Linux and AIR 2.7 for Windows, MacOS on Adobe Labs.
To download the beta release of Flash Player 10.3 or Adobe AIR 2.7 , visit Adobe Labs. We look forward to hearing your feedback, which will help us make the Adobe Flash Platform runtimes better for you. To log bugs about issues found in Flash Player 10.3 builds, please use the Adobe bugbase at bugs.adobe.com/flashplayer and select Flash Player 10.3 for the version. To log bugs about issues found in AIR 2.7 builds, please use the online bug submission form and select Adobe AIR.
Adobe AIR 2.6 and Flash Player 10.2.153.1 are now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
New AIR 2.6 desktop features include:
- Owned NativeWindow
- New PREPARING event for Native Menu class
- Image decoding policy
- LoaderContext parent and parameters
- Linux vector printing
- Native mouse cursors
For more information about AIR 2.6 features, including information about the AIR 2.6 SDK and mobile features, please visit the AIR Team Blog post, and release notes.
Flash Player 10.2.153.1 is a security update. The runtimes include security enhancements described in Security Bulletin APSB 11-05.
Flash Player 10.2.156.12 is now available for download on Android Market. This is a production GA (General Availability) release for Android 2.2 (Froyo) and 2.3 (Gingerbread) devices and an initial beta release for Android 3.0.1+ (Honeycomb) tablets that include Google’s system update (from 3.0 to 3.0.1). Learn more about this release here: http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/2011/03/flash-player-10-2-now-available-for-mobile-devices.html.
New features include:
- Hardware accelerated video presentation for H.264 (Android 3.0.1+ only) *
- Deeper integration with the Android browser rendering engine (Android 3.0.1+ only)
- Improved scrolling of web pages
- Support for instances where HTML and other web content is composited over Flash Player rendered content. Flash Player rendered content will continue to be placed in a separate window on top of HTML in the Android 2.2 and 2.3 browsers, as these browsers do not support the new Android 3.0 browser rendering model.
- Performance improvements designed to take advantage of the current generation of multi-core, GPU*-enabled processors to deliver Flash videos
- Automatic soft keyboard support
Adobe Flash Player 10.2.156.12 includes security enhancements described in Security Bulletins APSB11-02 (http://www.adobe.com/go/apsb11-02) and APSA11-01 (http://www.adobe.com/go/apsa11-01)
The release notes for Flash Player 10.2 can be found here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/895/cpsid_89556.html.
*These features have been turned off for the beta release of Flash Player 10.2.
Between Incubator and the 10.3 release, we FORGOT to post our first release update to the Runtime Releases blog. Sorry for the confusion, and the release notes will be updated this week.
Flash Player 10.2.152.32 (Windows) and 10.2.152.33 (Mac) addresses critical bugs, primarily related to video hardware acceleration:
* Windows users with systems using NVidia Optimus technology which has two GPUs that switch dynamically depending on the graphics operation would occasionally see a black screen when trying to view video in fullscreen (2745863). (My error: this is still a known issue that we are working on with NVidia)
* On Windows systems, AMD/ATI GPUs would not engage hardware decoding while watching H.264 video, causing a decrease in performance (2806826).
* Browser tab operations, such as switching between tabs playing video or closing many tabs displaying video, may have caused rendering problems or even a crash (2801091).
* Attempts to upload multiple files from an Apple Macintosh computer would fail due to a disk write error. However, on Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5 systems, users may continue to find a limit on the amount of data they can upload at one time (2812090).
UPDATE: Release Notes have been updated on Adobe.com