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    Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    I have recently updated my flashplayer to the latest version 10.1.53.64. But unluckily I am not getting any 64 bit plugin. Hence I have to use the wrapper. It does not matter which wrapper I am using but the latest plugin is not playing or downloading the videos. That is the reason I am not able to view videos on YouTube. I think that the Flash player is not able to download the video. Anybody have any idea why Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux.

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    Re: Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    HTML5 does not have hardware acceleration of video, such as chromium mpeg4 videos rowed horribly because chromium does not use hardware acceleration for decoding the video hardware acceleration or for smoothing and stretching of the rendering surface. This is the cpu that does everything, and it's slow and ultimately that's all pixelated. About the transition to full HTML5, it will never happen, because HTML5 does not grant obfuscation URL and do not support DRM.

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    Re: Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    After months of anticipation and development, the final version of Flash Player 10.1 of Adobe is finally available for download for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Particular; it provides support for hardware acceleration of H.264 video. This final version of Flash Player 10.1 was mostly expected that. It allows using the power of the graphics chip when decoding H.264 encoded videos, anything less of the CPU request.

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    Re: Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    Flash Player 10.1 is particularly interesting for those who have a computer whose processor is inefficient. We obviously think the Netbooks. But the fact is that all the graphics chips are not compatible with hardware acceleration in Flash Player 10.1, including the X3150 and GMA 950 Graphics Media Accelerator. In contrast, those with a chip Netbook Nvidia ION Crystal HD or Broadcom they should be able to read fluidly H.264 video.

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    Re: Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    However, support for hardware acceleration is currently only available for the Windows (XP SP3, Vista, 7) of Flash Player 10.1. This is 32- bit but 64-bit systems are compatible. So, it is necessary to launch 64-bit browser on 32-bit to enjoy the Flash 10.1. This is particularly the case of Internet Explorer 8. Besides the hardware acceleration, 10.01 Flash Player 32 fixes critical flaws, supports multi-touch technology as well as the orientation of the screen (especially useful for Tablet). A virtual keyboard also appears automatically if no hardware keyboard is detected.

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    Re: Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    Another interesting addition, the fact that Flash Player takes into account 10.1 smarter memory consumption, with the possibility of release if it becomes full. The crash should be less frequent. In addition to the streaming should be improved with changing video bitrates depending on the quality of Internet connection, a new system for caching and support for streaming from multiple sources. Windows

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    Re: Flash Player 10.1.53.64 32bit does not download Videos on 64bit Linux

    On Linux seen that Adobe will have to bear the growing nb mobile devices to survive and the predicted failure of Windows mobile 7 facing the onslaught of Linux -based smartphones. The predicted failure of Windows 7 phone.You lives behind a field distortion of reality. Or simply in a cave, and you have not seen the enthusiasm of journalists, developers, and future users with respect to this platform.

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