Check Out The Adobe Media Player Before You Download It


The Adobe Media Player is an Adobe Air application that allows you to stream and download video from mainstream and online networks. Some of the videos are available to view offline so you can add them to your favorites and view them any time. You can also subscribe to other video on the web by entering in the feed URL. If you have your own videos you want to watch in the player, you can upload those too. Some of the networks included are CBS, Wired,, Food Network, HGTV, PBS, and Adobe TV, to name a few. The content isn’t overwhelming, but it sure is a sweet looking application. Here’s my screencast tour of Adobe Media Player:

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2 Responses to “Check Out The Adobe Media Player Before You Download It”

  1. I was looking forward to AMP last year in order to play my flv files. When I installed it yesterday I was disappointed with the whole procedure. The install requires further downloading and you have less control over how AMP operates. This thing is terrible! Even the new Real Player works better.

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