Might want to hold off on downloading the newest Lion update for Mac. http://t.co/tpVdHEnG
Flash has a finite amount of frames in any given SWF that can be compiled. 16,000 in fact. So how do you know if your streaming audio will fit in a single SWF file? The easiest thing is to put them in different SWF files and call them in one at a time or nest them in movieclips. But if this is not an option for you, here is an easy way to figure it out.
(((Minutes x 60) + seconds) x Frames a second of your Flash)
Say you have 9:27 seconds of audio. How many frames will this take? Well if you do this at 30 frames a second it will be 17,010. (((9 x 60) + 27) x 30 frames a second) Clearly over your limit. Looks like you will have to cut your frame rate. How about 24? That comes out to 13,608 and this is under your limit.
It’s amazing to me that after 15+ years Flash still has a frame limit. @adobe.
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Amazon Web Services S3 Object Expiration for assets. If your storing log files up on S3 this can be handy.
43% of Americans think Tebow is winning through divine intervention the other 57% wish the 43% would shut the fuck up.
Possible the best 404 page ever built. http://t.co/UUyWkz07
RCN, I mean Quest, no I mean CenturyLink. Internet speeds like your at a Mexican hotel. http://t.co/ahQnvmSu
Hughesnet – Internet like it’s 1999. http://t.co/tGFOc2e8
If there is a hell, Comcast is in charge.