OSMF at MAX

The Open Source Media Framework will be at MAX in October!

This year Adobe’s MAX conference (http://max.adobe.com/) will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, October 4-7.  Max has over 200 sessions and 100 hands-on labs.  You can register today with an early bird discount available until August 31, 2009.


There will be 3 sessions dedicated exclusively to OSMF, with details below.  (The titles and descriptions still refer to the project by its code name Strobe.)  For a listing of all the sessions that touch on online video, check out Kevin Towes’ blog post.  If you’re thinking about coming, please sign up soon.

60 MINUTE SESSIONS

Adobe Strobe: Introduction to Adobe’s Open Media Player Framework

Join us for an overview of Adobe’s open media player framework — what it can do and how you can use it in your current projects. You’ll learn how Adobe Strobe can help you create rich media experiences online and how the new development framework can increase monetization opportunities with your media assets through direct integration with advertising services and tracking and reporting services. Developers can use this framework to create media viewing environments that drive longer view times and leverage the latest features such as Dynamic Streaming and DVR from Adobe Flash Media Server

BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP HANDS ON LAB (90 mins) (limited to 100 people)

Strobe: Building Media Experiences in Flash CS4 Professional

Discover the fundamentals of building media players using Strobe, Adobe’s new media framework, by stepping through a project from start to finish. Understand the inner workings of Strobe for video on demand and live playback. Learn how to use Dynamic Streaming to support multiple bit rates and how to use plug-ins to stream from content delivery networks (CDNs) or Flash Media Server. When you’re done, you will have a working media player that can stream multiple bit rate HD video and integrate advertising and tracking. For this session, make sure you have Flash CS4 Professional installed.

Adobe Strobe: Building Media Experiences in Flex

Using Adobe Flex, discover the core fundamentals of building media players using Strobe, Adobe’s new media framework, by stepping through a project from start to finish. Understand the inner workings of Strobe for video on demand and live playback. Learn how Dynamic Streaming can be used to support multiple bit rates, use plug-ins to stream from CDNs or Flash Media Server, and insert advertising and tracking into your media player. When you’re done, you will have a working media player that can stream multi-bitrate HD video and integrate advertising and tracking. For this session, make sure you have Flex installed.