Adobe Media Player
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Adobe Media Player software provides control and flexibility to view what you want, when you want ? whether online or offline. You can queue up and download your favorite Internet TV content, track and download new episodes automatically, and manage your personal video library for viewing at your convenience.
What's New
Based on changing business conditions and feedback from our customers and partners, Adobe has made the decision to no longer actively support Adobe Media Player software. Effective September 16, 2010, Adobe Media Player software will no longer be available for download from the Adobe TV website. Effective December 15, 2010, Adobe Media Player will no longer be available for download from Adobe.com.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later
  • G5 or Intel Mac.


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Adobe Media Player User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Rubaiyat commented on 05 Jan 2010
Does function play any part in this software's design?

Its behavior is odd and I am stuck with thumbnails of videos long gone, but which can't be removed.

What on earth do we need this for other than to play yet another proprietary format.
[Version 1.1]


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RogerKatz commented on 25 Dec 2009
Although the application identifies itself as version 1.7 - this web page identifies it as version 1.1.
[Version 1.1]


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Ilgaz commented on 22 Apr 2009
There is nothing wrong about Adobe Air or this goodly coded application.

It is the DESIGN which is horrible. There is no point releasing this software if you can't make idiotic content providers SERVE to places outside USA.

So, guy clicks on Comedy Central content and instead of watching, he sees "not available". Completely idiotic and I don't understand comedy central people either. Why filter? They won't block the ads, "leech" flash content to keep on their HD, they are just people who wants a convenient way to watch media. There is no "extension" or whatever is available for media player unlike the browsers.

Go get Miro instead or stick with iTunes podcasts. Miro, by nature has no geographic censoring and iTunes podcasts are global.
[Version 1.7]


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MarsViolet reviewed on 22 Apr 2009
Shameful piece of "Mac" software. Bears no resemblance in behavior or appearance to proper OS X applications and is a laughable puzzle to use. If this is the direction Adobe's Creative Suite is headed, sell your stock now.

Adobe Media Player illustrates perfectly why Flash/Adobe AIR is the worst possible software development platform known to man, woman or child.
[Version 1.7]


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Killer Klown Kar commented on 21 Apr 2009
This came with CS4, is on my disc and I've never launched it. However, if this uses Adobe Air, be forewarned! Installing Air to run TweetDeck made my perfectly stable Mac into a total mess. Not to mention Firefox crashing every 3 minutes, threads run wild, memory being eaten alive, and other shenanigans.

Uninstalling Air and my Mac is back to it's normal "how long as it been since I restarted" self.
[Version 1.7]

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Ilgaz replied on 22 Apr 2009
There is no way that it can crash Firefox. It is the point of multi tasking, multi user operating system which Apple spent years to develop.

I don't know if you don't have any clue or simply part of a campaign to bad mouth Adobe air but please, stop suggesting ridicolous things like ordinary application crashing other application. Besides "hacks" or "input managers", there is NO software capable of doing such thing.
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Killer Klown Kar replied on 22 Apr 2009
Really? I guess Firefox quitting when a link in a third party app was clicked and now that Air is uninstalled it doesn't just happened by accident? I don't really care what you think or what you say douche. I only reported my experiences after installing Air.

end of story.
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MarsViolet replied on 23 Apr 2009
If Air installs a browser plug-in of some sort it absolutely could crash the whole browser, just as Flash can.
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Jamus reviewed on 21 Apr 2009
Other than being a quick and easy player for offline Flash video, I really do not see this being very useful. However, if you need offline/downloaded Flash video files to play in a cross-platform player, this is your bet.
[Version 1.7]


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+183

St00pid-M0nk3y reviewed on 21 Apr 2009
I'm quite speechless. I expect much more from Adobe. This is just... well it's simply not worth using. VLC or MPlayer are leaps and bounds better. And as far as downloading online content... I'd rather use iTunes or one of the many free sites out there for accessing such content. This is just a waste of hard drive space. The random file association crap is quite annoying.

If you're having a dandy time trying to get your file associations back, use this free preference pane ~> http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/14618/rcdefaultapp

The program hasn't been updated in a while, but it still does exactly what it says, even in Leopard. You can change the default system file associations at the click of a button.
[Version 1.7]


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Schmelding commented on 21 Apr 2009
Considering Adobe's propensity to create bloatware, I will not be downloading this.
[Version 1.7]


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Gary30 reviewed on 15 Mar 2009
This application sneaked it's way onto my system at some point, maybe along with Adobe Air which is another story. Without intervention it hijacked my application handling preferences for .flv files and had it not done so I imagine I would have weeded it out eventually. I use yFlicks for .flv files thankyouverymuch and it has lots of preferences and controls. As near as I can tell Adobe Media Player has just the basics. Plus it takes a long time to load and once loaded and playing a movie, it commands nearly 70% of CPU cycles compared to about 35% with yFlicks. I can't think of a single redeeming feature of this program except that is looks nice. I guess that deserves one star.
[Version 1.6]


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Zokdok reviewed on 05 Dec 2008
Content would also be nice, and some other then the current 'not available' and 'expired' content I'm getting here. Expired even with more then 20 days to go... Most likely a US only app again.
[Version 1.6]


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Downloads:54,099
Version Downloads:23,148
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Free
Date:21 Apr 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Adobe Media Player software provides control and flexibility to view what you want, when you want ? whether online or offline. You can queue up and download your favorite Internet TV content, track and download new episodes automatically, and manage your personal video library for viewing at your convenience.


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