The following tutorials and articles should be of interest to those of you creating video content for use with Flash Player or Adobe Media Player for web-based audiences:
Learn to create and optimize FLV files in Adobe Media Encoder, After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Flash Player 9 Update took a step into the high-definition (HD) video realm in a major way by adding MPEG-4 video to its already impressive ranks of video support. MPEG-4 utilizes crisp, powerful H.264 encoding and is an industry standard for video, which includes high-definition (HD) delivery. It is also the standard for HD content online and on devices such as your home television.
To pair with the excellent visual power of H.264 encoded video, Flash Player 9 Update also supports HE-AAC audio, which is the higher quality successor to MP3. Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is a high-efficiency (HE) and high-fidelity (HiFi), low-bandwidth audio codec that can be used with or without video.
Created for the release of Flash CS3, but still providing valuable information for Flash CS4, this learning guide introduces core concepts of video on the web, and provides you with tools for developing your skills.
I’ll add to this list as new tutorials and educational articles involving Adobe Media Encoder and other video production tools become available.