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Big changes ahead for Macromedia Flash
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/10/2005 04:30:00 PM.

Macromedia took center stage at the Flashforward2005 conference here Thursday morning to promise significant changes in its Flash animation software.

Chief Software Architect Kevin Lynch addressed a nearly full Herbst Theater to describe the bells and whistles in store for Flash authors in the company’s upcoming release of the Flash 8 player, code-named Maelstrom, and authoring tool, code-named 8Ball. Lynch also outlined plans for FlashCast, a new system in development to help mobile phone carriers run a variety of Flash-based applications.

“This is the biggest Flash update ever,” said Lynch following his Flashforward address. “We’ve dramatically improved the performance of the player as well as adding more graphical expression than has been possible in the history of Flash. We’ve included radical new video and text-rendering quality. This is a larger number of improvements than in any previous update to the player.”

Source: News.com

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