Clientless Adobe Flash For The iPad

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Sonny Burnett, Apr 14, 2010.

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    A company out of Dallas named Ripcode has a product called the V6 Transcoder which when used with another one of their products called Commander and Detector will automatically detect when an iPad is requesting a flash video and re-encode it to a compatible format, then send it to an iPad using either an MP4 Progressive Download or Apple’s MPEG-TS Adaptive Progressive Download. Unlike the HTML5 solution, this one will supposedly work without publishers having to redesign their sites.
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    Hmmm wonder what it would do to those flash games, lol. Hopefully ignore em.
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    What RipCode and HTML5 do is similar. The difference is that RipCodes solution will work without web designers having to re-writer the code to their sites.

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