While I’ve been away from the blog in the past several weeks, it seems that there have been two iterations of the Open Source Media Framework — the last course I wrote was in OSMF7 and now we’re at 9.
And, of course, between these two versions, the sample code in my courses posted at Adobe has become unusable.
After getting a few email requests from developers, I decided tonight to sit down and update the files for the first course — the course in building a progressive video player in OSMF.
So, if you would like, you can get that update here.
The primary difference is that basically EVERY EVENT has changed names and types. So I had to hunt them down through the documentation, one at a time — which I did. And also, they changed the name of the media player instance — again — this time, to ‘media’ (nee ‘player’, nee ‘element’).
Please note that I didn’t really update the comments to reflect the changes to the event names and locations.
And if you’re all very, very, very nice, I might consider updating the files for the Dynamic Multibitrate Streaming Player also
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