I have created pro version of my broadcaster app for Android and Blackberry (playbook). The pro version allows for FMS or Red5 authentication as well as selection of all available cameras / microphones. The next two things I’ll be adding are i10n/i18n and h.264; the latter may not be possible in mobile air but I’ll give it a go.
The free version probably won’t be seeing any updates since I hate working on it in Flash CS5.
Lastly, If there’s enough interest I’ll do a version for iOS.
I got h264 publish working in Android last night! woot! What a pain that was.. I need to verify that all is well with the stream data and my modifications to the application then I’ll put the update in the market.
Update #2 1/18/12
The latest pro build is up on the market 1.0.3, it allows you to stream h.263 or h.264 from your Android device. Enjoy!
I wrote a new Android application today while on my “Vacation”, this one is based on one of my favorite classic games – Asteroids. I still have a lot of bugs and clean up to complete, but by looking at the screencast you can see that it is playable.
Quite some time ago, I wrote an application for the Danger Hiptop that displayed falling text like in the Matrix. I have decided to port this to Android as my first “learning” application. Here is a screencast of my first “working” version. I also want to point out that I wasn’t able to port the application but instead have rewritten it from scratch; which is probably better in the long-run.
After having some other things to do etc.. heres an update after 2 or so hours
Ok, so I went and had dinner with the family and then worked on it a bit more, without further adieu –
Best and latest build
I have also packaged it up as an unsigned apk, but you cannot load this unless your phone has Cupcake (1.5); which for me and the rest of the US is sometime next week.