August 15, 2011 · General · Email This Post

Adobe® Flash® Player 11 desktop beta drives innovation for rich, engaging digital experiences with new features for cross-platform browser-based viewing of expressive rich internet applications, content, and videos across devices. Some of the features from the Flash Player Incubator, such as Stage 3D and 64-bit support, have been moved into this beta release.

What is new in adobe flash 11 beta 2

Key benefits of the Flash Player 11 desktop beta include:

Stage3D APIs — Deliver cutting edge three dimensional experiences on the desktop.
Native 64-bit support — Support for 64-bit operating systems and browsers on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.
G.711 audio compression for telephony — Integrate real-time voice and telephony capabilities into business apps and integrate with existing phone systems using the G.711 codec.
H.264/AVC SW Encoding — Create apps that encode higher quality video locally using the efficient H.264 video standard.
Socket Progress Events — Improve management of data transfer, track progress, and provide responsive feedback in apps send large amounts of data.
JPEG-XR support — Take advantage of support for the advanced JPEG-XR image compression format to deliver higher quality images with less bandwidth, and leverage lossy and lossless compression with alpha channel transparency.

Install Adobe Flash 11 Beta 2 on ubuntu 64-bit using PPA

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer

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3 Comments to “How to install Adobe Flash 11 Beta 2 on ubuntu 64-bit using PPA”

  1. Mattias says:

    available packages are:

    sudo apt-cache search flashplugin
    flashplugin-installer – Adobe Flash Player plugin installer
    flashplugin-nonfree – Adobe Flash Player plugin installer (transitional package)
    flashplugin64-installer – Adobe Flash Player plugin 64 bit alpha installer

    so use:
    sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer

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    admin Reply:

    I have updated article now thank you guys

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  2. lufthansen says:

    there is a mistake,
    you mean flashplugin-nonfree or flashplugin64-installer.

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