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And these are some advantages to using Flash for video:
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Nearly all web users have the Flash Player plug-in. Flash video requires much less CPU power, so it runs better on older machines and mobile phones. The Flash video encoder supports a wide range of video and animation formats that can be encoded into the FLV format. Here is a list of supported video and animation formats: Mobile Video (3G2) GIF (animated GIF) DLX (Sony VDU File Format Importer, Windows only) DV (in a MOV or AVI container or as a containerless DV stream) Flash Video (FLV, F4V) M2T (Sony HDV) MOV (QuickTime; in Windows, requires the QuickTime player) MP4 (XDCAM EX) MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 formats (MPEG, MPE, MPG, M2V, MPA, MP2, M2A, MPV, M2P, M2T, AC3, MP4, M4V, M4A) MTS (AVCHD) Media eXchange Format (MXF) Netshow (ASF, Windows only) QuickTime (MOV; 16 bpc, requires QuickTime) Video for Windows (AVI, WAV; requires QuickTime on Mac OS) WMV (WMV, WMA, ASF; Windows only)
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So what does this all mean Basically, it means that you, as the developer, must decide what tool you need given the requirement of the RIA you are developing. In some cases, the tool will be Silverlight, and in others, it will be Flash.
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In staying with my philosophy that the best way to learn is by hands-on experience, I am now going to show you how to build a fun, interactive Silverlight video player. I have decided that this particular application would be a good place to show you how to do some very cool things in Silverlight, such as the following:
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To develop this application, you will need at least three videos in the WMV format as well as corresponding JPG thumbnail images for each (I made my thumbnail images about 100 pixels wide and tall). For simplicity, I named my videos video1.wmv, video2.wmv, and so on, and my corresponding thumbnails video1.jpg, video2.jpg, and so on.
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Windows Vista ships with sample WMV videos. These can usually be found in C:\Users\Public\Videos\Sample Videos. If you cannot find them there, search for *.wmv to find them. Windows 7 ships with one video called Wildlife.wmv located at C:\Users\Public\Videos\Sample Videos.
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With that, let s fire up Visual Studio 2010 and create our Silverlight video player:
1. Open Visual Studio. 2. Click File
New Project.
3. In the New Project dialog box, select Silverlight for the Project Type. 4. Select Silverlight Application for the Template. 5. Type SLVideoPlayer01 for the project Name. 6. Be sure to make a mental note where the project is being saved, so you can open it in Blend
down the road (see Figure 8-1).
If you have forgotten where you have saved a project, you can right-click on any XAML file in Visual Studio 2010 s Solution Explorer and left-click Open in Expression Blend.
THE SILVERLIGHT MEDIAELEMENT
Figure 8-1. Create a new Silverlight project in Visual Studio 2010.
7. When the New Silverlight Application dialog box appears, check the box that reads Host the
Silverlight application in a new Web site, as shown in Figure 8-2. We need to do this so Visual Studio will set up an intranet site for us. If we don t, running the application merely opens the application on the hard drive, and a video will never play.
8. Click OK.
Figure 8-2. Opt to host the Silverlight application in a new web site.
The first thing to do is to import some videos into the application. We need to add the videos directly to the SLVideoPlayer01.Web s ClientBin directory, or the videos won t play when we run the application.
1. In Solution Explorer, right-click SLVideoPlayer01.Web s ClientBin and choose Add Existing
Item, as shown in Figure 8-3.
Figure 8-3. Add an existing item to SLVideoPlayer01.Web s ClientBin.
2. Navigate to the location of your videos on your hard drive and double-click them so that you
now have videos in your ClientBin, as shown in Figure 8-4.
Figure 8-4. When you add your videos, your Solution Explorer should look something like this. Now that videos are added, add the thumbnails.
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