Adobe Media Player, a desktop media player that lets you play Flash Videos (flv), podcasts and QuickTime movies, just got better.
Adobe today posted a new build of Adobe Media Player on Adobe Labs – the UI is more or less the same but Adobe Media player can now play videos that are encoded using H.264 codec.
You would need Adobe AIR to install Adobe Media Player. And though you can watch videos that are already saved on your desktop, the current build of AMP
won’t let you add new RSS feeds.
Updated: For subscribing to your favorite video podcasts inside Adobe Media Player, go to “My Favorites” and click the “Add RSS Feed” link at the bottom. Thanks Brian.
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