> 2010/1/8 Tareq Al Jurf <taljurf@fedo...>:
> > So if gnash is up to date, it will be able to run flash media perfectly?
> Today's Gnash will not run SWF version 10 but will run SWF9 and below.
> Sadly the newest YouTube uses SWF 10, so Gnash will just show a black
> window. Remember to install Gstreamer's ffmpeg codecs and ffmpeg. That
> is what Gnash uses to decode the H.264 encoded video which is default
> in creating Flash videos.
> I am personally really looking forward to SWF 10 support in Gnash, and
> I hope Adobe don't do much with Flash as I'd really like Gnash to
> catch up and replace the evil Flash Plugin for my usage (mostly
> YouTube and random other *cough* sites).
> Mvh / Kind regards
> Torstein Adolf Winterseth
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