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Looking For A Developer For The Roku SDK

We want to publish our PPV channel to the Roku store.We can process (transcode), store, and deliver (via RTSP / HTTP etc) the right format of media files for the Roku box , but we are looking for a developer to develop an application with the Roku SDK, that is based on Adobe Flash or Air.

Any interested developer should contact me directly at boyce@screenscopepictures.com
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Re: Looking For A Developer For The Roku SDK

I am new to this, but I would advise that adobe flash/air run in browsers (client machines). The Roku is neither. It would download the video in segments over HTTP(s) and play it directly it its own software. There are obvious ways of protecting the content (SSL), but I am thinking flash is out completely. Just my two cents!

Tommy
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Re: Looking For A Developer For The Roku SDK

I'm not so sure - the streams are the important part and Flash streams can now be H264. You may need to re-encode because of non-optimal bitrates, but you could potentially share streams.
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Re: Looking For A Developer For The Roku SDK

"bbefilms" wrote:
I'm not so sure - the streams are the important part and Flash streams can now be H264. You may need to re-encode because of non-optimal bitrates, but you could potentially share streams.


Hmmmmm.....

Theres gold in them there hills.....

For a developer/programmer type with the free time there is money to be made out here!!!!

I wish I had the time.......
Going where the wind don't blow so strange
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Re: Looking For A Developer For The Roku SDK

Absolutely, if some thought is made, streams can likely be shared, but the Roku SDK development will not be in Adobe Flash or Air. I will know today whether I will have time or not. Smiley Happy

"bbefilms" wrote:
I'm not so sure - the streams are the important part and Flash streams can now be H264. You may need to re-encode because of non-optimal bitrates, but you could potentially share streams.
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