There is a very interesting piece over at DesktopLinux.com, regarding Flash and H.264. If I didn’t know better, I’d be tempted to think Steven J. Vaughan Nichols has been reading my blog.
Adobe clearly means to claim HDTV for its Flash line of products. At the same time, Adobe has also committed itself to support Linux on the same level as Windows and Mac OS. Slow performance and all, it appears to me that Adobe Flash Player is going to become for Linux multimedia, what OpenOffice is for office software and Firefox is for Web-browsing: the application of choice for Linux users everywhere.
Apparently I’m not the only trend spotter on this one.
So, go read the article and then tell me who wants to have a discussion about processing power in the Zonbu?
Full article here: http://www.desktoplinux.com/news/NS5995693429.html