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OSMF Classes at MAX

Adobe MAX 2010 is coming up like a freight train !  We have several great OSMF classes you can attend, taught by Brian Riggs, Greg Hamer and R Blank.  Go and sign up now at max.adobe.com.

Here is the class information:

Making Video Pay with Advertising and Analytics:  1 hour session with Brian Riggs

Explore how video players developed with Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) can be customized with ActionScript APIs and plug-ins. Learn how to integrate video with external media service providers including advertising, analytics, CDNs, and more. Led by OSMF engineers, this… Read more »

Explore how video players developed with Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) can be customized with ActionScript APIs and plug-ins. Learn how to integrate video with external media service providers including advertising, analytics, CDNs, and more. Led by OSMF engineers, this session will be a full deep dive on developing OSMF plug-ins to integrate robust media and video experiences that use delivery methods from HTTP through RTMP to reach the most people.

Robust Video Player Development with OSMF: 1.5 hour BYOL with Greg Hamer

Discover how Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) and the Adobe compiled version, Strobe Media Playback, make video player development simpler than ever. This lab will step you through a project using Adobe Flash Builder to start building robust video players… Read morDiscover how Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) and the Adobe compiled version, Strobe Media Playback, make video player development simpler than ever. This lab will step you through a project using Adobe Flash Builder to start building robust video players with all the features and functions seen on many popular websites today. You can make your company look great by learning how to easily implement HTTP Dynamic Streaming, Flash Media Server, DRM, advertising, and Omniture analytics. Save money in development and reach your audience faster with a better video experience.

Designing customer video players:  a 1.5 hour BYOL with R Blank

Find out how to create the best-looking HD video experiences on the web or on devices. Discover how easy it is to create custom skins for Strobe Media Playback, Adobe’s prebuilt video player (now in beta), and built on top of the feature-rich and robust Open Source Media Framework. Using Adobe Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5, and a little bit of Flash Professional CS5, you’ll step through the creative process to generate custom player skins and apply them to fit your business.