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Using Dreamweaver 8 for Authoring Streaming Videos

Dreamweaver has for a long time been an excellent tool to use for authoring videos for the Internet. The software works great for authoring Windows Media, Real Media QuickTime, Flash and other formats. What is nice about Dreamweaver is that it has built in FTP capabilities that allow users to reliably upload content to web servers and streaming servers. If you have the information for a hosting provider you can create pre-configured FTP profiles to easily go to site directories. Once users have access to the FTP location, Dreamweaver uses a drag and drop interface for moving files from the local folder to a remote folder.

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With the release of Dreamweaver 8, there is added authoring support for Flash content for Progressive Download and Real-Time Streaming. There are a host of media player templates that can be used for authoring Flash streaming videos. Dreamweaver 8 also includes the Object and Embed Elements necessary to make for good authored Flash content. The application even adds the default html code that prompts users to upgrade to the latest version of the Flash player if it is not installed.

Dreamweaver 8 is a powerful tool!

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