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Adobe today launches its Adobe Media Player, a product we’ve been following closely. AMP channels RSS feeds for streaming and download of online video from partners such as MTV and CBS. The Adobe Air-based software has a simple UI that feels a bit like a file […]

Adobe today launches its Adobe Media Player, a product we’ve been following closely. AMP channels RSS feeds for streaming and download of online video from partners such as MTV and CBS. The Adobe Air-based software has a simple UI that feels a bit like a file organization system. Full report on NewTeeVee.

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  1. It doesn’t play a lot of the MP4s that I have locally. What good is it?

  2. Ricardo Figueiredo Wednesday, April 9, 2008

    I knew this was coming.. Expect many updates soon cause there are a bunch of features missing.

  3. Agreed. It doesn’t support enough video formats. I’ll stay with Miro.

  4. In keeping with the spirit of this thread: i am sticking with Miro and Quicktime.

  5. Tell me again, WHY adobe has launched a media player …dont we have enough already?

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