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Old 05-03-2008, 12:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Adobe Open Screen Project


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Adobe is making a couple of big announcements today that relate to our openness and the openness of the Flash Player. Starting today, there will be no restrictions on the use of the SWF specification or the FLV and F4V specifications that make up video in Flash. Previously, in order to look at the SWF specification you had to sign a licensing agreement not to use it to create competing players but in the interest of expanding the reach of the Flash Player were removing all of those restrictions as part of whats called the Open Screen Project.

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