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 File comments for:  Video » Media » gnash-src.lha

Gnash source

Description: The GNU Flash player
Download: gnash-src.lha
Version: 0.8.10SVN
Date: 07 Jun 20
Category: video/media
FileID: 11322
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Comment by: samo79 (93.65.97.130)At: 08 Jun 2020, 16:10File version: 0.8.10SVN
Old OS4 port based to 0.8.6 was even able to open various videos from YouTube, but unfortunely it was so slow to be almost unusable.
Also now that HTML5 almost covered this area, the necessity to have an open source solution alternative to Flash almost decreased if not ceased
But there are other areas of usage when having Gnash might be usefull, all that scripts, games, banners, animations and so on that still availible worldwide and that are already almost usable even on our current and unfinished port
Just yersterday night i downloaded various games and animation in form of swf files and praticallt all of them worked quite good and even considerably fast on my low-end machine (Sam440)

That's the reason why i've uploaded the very latest sourcecode, perhaps some skilled developer might look at it trying to recompile a fresh version based to the latest code, OS4 code is there
 
 
Comment by: HKvalhe (109.189.175.68)At: 08 Jun 2020, 07:45File version: 0.8.10SVN
Might be interesting to see how this support will turn out to be. For Amiga, it could be useful as an alternative choice if and when completed.
 
 

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