[Flashcoders] finally microphone raw data

2009-09-25 Thread Anthony Pace

http://theflashblog.com/?p=1426
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Re: [Flashcoders] finally microphone raw data

2009-09-25 Thread Anthony Pace
Well only for air 2.0; which, is pretty useful for the desktop; yet, not 
so useful for the browser, unless Adobe decides to give us access in the 
player.  I have all kinds of conspiracy theories to explain why they 
won't; yet, I feel the most relevant is the developers ability to bypass 
the need for their server for communications by rolling their own solution.


I am not sure if I am right or wrong; however, if I am right, Adobe has 
very little need to worry, for:

-they are miles ahead of anyone trying to compete
-they have implemented a need to connect to the com server at least once 
to go p2p
-why would a company invest in rolling their own if all the capabilities 
they need are already developed in comparably affordable product?
-do they really need to care if someone makes their own server, when it 
promotes the status of the flash player to indispensable and godlike in 
the browser?
-The more capabilities the developer has, the more likely Adobe is to 
sell a million or more copies of the flash professional IDE, and all the 
tied in applications required in the workflow; even though I think the 
ide should be able to do everything including bitmap editing and much 
better project management with modern code completion that can be turned 
off and on to save resources.


(OT... A better interface for project management, combined with better 
syntax highlighting and modern code completion, would be required before 
a lot of people I know would decide to buy the next version of the flash 
IDE.  For animators their are some that demand it do 3d too, and that 
would be lovely; yet, I would settle for better line quality with my 
wacom tablet for animation without having to decrease the space the 
wacom controls and totally throwing off my muscle memory, plus the 
ability to get the vector point data without a plugin)




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Re: [Flashcoders] finally microphone raw data

2009-09-25 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

Wow, very nice way of getting raw data.
Kind of reminds me of the way ImageLoader smoothes a dynamic image.
Grabbing the raw bits or bitmap data and putting in a empty object to  
then read or smooth and then working with that object.

I'm going to have to catch up on the AIR experience i think..
Thanks for that post Anthony.
Best,

Karl

PS: I would love it if you could edit graphics inside Flash as if you  
were in Photoshop. Pass it along..


On Sep 25, 2009, at 9:45 AM, Anthony Pace wrote:

Well only for air 2.0; which, is pretty useful for the desktop;  
yet, not so useful for the browser, unless Adobe decides to give us  
access in the player.  I have all kinds of conspiracy theories to  
explain why they won't; yet, I feel the most relevant is the  
developers ability to bypass the need for their server for  
communications by rolling their own solution.


I am not sure if I am right or wrong; however, if I am right, Adobe  
has very little need to worry, for:

-they are miles ahead of anyone trying to compete
-they have implemented a need to connect to the com server at least  
once to go p2p
-why would a company invest in rolling their own if all the  
capabilities they need are already developed in comparably  
affordable product?
-do they really need to care if someone makes their own server,  
when it promotes the status of the flash player to indispensable  
and godlike in the browser?
-The more capabilities the developer has, the more likely Adobe is  
to sell a million or more copies of the flash professional IDE, and  
all the tied in applications required in the workflow; even though  
I think the ide should be able to do everything including bitmap  
editing and much better project management with modern code  
completion that can be turned off and on to save resources.


(OT... A better interface for project management, combined with  
better syntax highlighting and modern code completion, would be  
required before a lot of people I know would decide to buy the next  
version of the flash IDE.  For animators their are some that demand  
it do 3d too, and that would be lovely; yet, I would settle for  
better line quality with my wacom tablet for animation without  
having to decrease the space the wacom controls and totally  
throwing off my muscle memory, plus the ability to get the vector  
point data without a plugin)




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