In Google’s most recent stable release of Google Chrome, they talked about beta-testing Adobe Flash Player integration into Chrome. They’ve enable this integration by default in the stable channel of Chrome. To read more about this integration, check out the Chromium blog.
In testing Flash Player integration into Chrome, the Chrome team admittedly spent many, many fun hours with a few of our favorite Flash-based indie games. So as a side project, they teamed up with a few creative folks to build Chrome FastBall, a Flash-based game built on top of the YouTube platform.
If youâ€™re using Chrome, your browser should be automatically updated with Flash Player integration as of this week. And if you havenâ€™t yet tried Chrome, download this newest stable release of the browser at google.com/chrome and take it for a test drive!
With software installations and complicated instructions, editing video can be a hassleâ€”but not with youtube now. Today, Google introducing YouTubeâ€™s new online video editor, which makes editing your video a cinch. Itâ€™s available in TestTube, where YouTube engineers and developers test out new tools and get feedback on how theyâ€™re doing.
With this new editor, you can:
Combine multiple videos youâ€™ve uploaded to create a new longer video
Trim the beginning and/or ending of your videos
Add soundtracks from our AudioSwap library of tens of thousands of songs
Create new videos without worrying about file formats and publish them to YouTube with one clickâ€”no upload necessary
All that, and you donâ€™t need to install any extra software. Hereâ€™s a video from YouTube user rewboss that gives you a glimpse of how it works:
Check out the YouTube Blog for more details. And once youâ€™ve given the editor a whirl, let us know what you think by leaving a comment on the YouTube Blog.
Think your $99 Nokia E71x from AT&T is all that? It might very well be, but you might just change your tune and turn green with envy as Nokia’s Conversations blog has just posted a video of its successor, the E72, to YouTube and it looks to be quite a nice update. A 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, optical trackpad, 3.5mm headphone jack and S60 FP2 are all we know about the device at this point in time, though we’re sure there’s plenty more to come in the near future. The video has since been removed from YouTube, so hit the jump for a couple of up close and personal screen caps.
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While there’s nothing more than a rogue screen-shot to go by at the moment, we wouldn’t rule this one out as a possible feature of the upcoming Roku software revision. Currently in private beta, Roku is testing its new Amazon VOD integration into what was previously a one-trick Netflix streaming pony. The integration with Amazon Video was a boon for anyone looking to extend the functionality of their little Roku and if the shot above is to be believed, we might see that value extended even further. Sounds good, right? While it’s still quite a ways off from being a direct competitor to the Apple TV, the price is far more appealing for anyone looking to add a bit of streaming VOD to their home theater setup and it’s becoming more and more viable as a legitimate option for serious movie and video enthusiasts. Now all we need is a little Hulu support and we’ll consider ourselves more than happy. You listening Roku? Mmmmk, thanks.