Adobe Media Player 1.0 Released, Adobe TV Launched

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After Adobe Photoshop Express, Adobe released another new product – Adobe Media Player (AMP), version 1.0. AMP can be downloaded at Adobe official website, registration is required.

Adobe Media Player

Adobe Media Player is an Adobe AIR application that allows user to watch online and offline media or discover online content from CBS, MTV Networks, Universal Music Group, PBS, CondéNet, and Scripps Networks. Pick the episodes you love to watch, and Adobe® Media Player software will track new episodes and download them so you can watch whenever you want.

Adobe TV

Adobe TV offers online sources from entertainment through instruction on Adobe products. Adobe TV offers programming from how-to tech talk to personality-driven shows. Find a variety of program lengths, episode frequency, and formats, from highly creative productions to desktop walk-throughs. Adobe TV presents a growing number of channels to appeal to different audiences, including channels for photographers, designers, video professionals, and developers. It could be the best learning center for Adobe users.

Adobe TV


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2 Responses to Adobe Media Player 1.0 Released, Adobe TV Launched

  1. [...] K-Director.com wrote an interesting post today on Adobe Media Player 1.0 Released, Adobe TV LaunchedHere’s a quick excerptAdobe Media Player is an Adobe AIR application that allows user to watch online and offline media or discover online content from CBS, MTV Networks, Universal Music G… [...]

  2. Abas says:

    Hi, K

    How are you?

    Do you know whether we can watch US TV on it or is the service limited to Americans & Canadians only? Adobe TV looks good! Interesting post!

    Abas
    iel2.aimvotal.com

  3. Kay says:

    Adobe TV only shows Adobe products related video. For US TV, you can refer http://www.k-director.com/blog/22-websites-that-let-you-watch-video-online/.
    :)
    Or Joost is a good choice too.

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