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    Default Adobe Flash 11.2 Beta Brings New Linux Work

    Phoronix: Adobe Flash 11.2 Beta Brings New Linux Work

    Adobe Flash Player 11 was officially released at the beginning of the month after being in public beta for a while. This afternoon Adobe has now put out a beta for Flash Player 11.2. The main Linux feature is multi-threaded video decoding support...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTAwNjE

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    Wink

    Cool, this should help.

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    No, it doesn't. Just tried it. YouTube videos stutter like fsck and are tearing badly. And this is on an i5 2500K (4 CPU cores) running at 3.7GHz.

    In other words: Same Shit, Different Version String. Totally useless.

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    I extracted libflashplayer.so to my plugins directory fired up a youtube video and watched all the pretty dots.
    Went back to version 11.
    Maybe you need to extract the usr files but I don't feel comfortable letting third party software modify that folder. Plus version 11 works without that extra junk.

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    Does it support hardware video acceleration now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laughing1 View Post
    Does it support hardware video acceleration now?
    RTFA. (Character limits).

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