Adobe Media Player vs. Real Video Player 11
Adobe Media Player will allow you to stream video podcasts and flash videos (insecure .flv) from video sharing sites like YouTube, Google Video, Blip.tv, etc.
Adobe Media Player will allow you to stream video podcast and streaming Flash video (insecure .flv) from video sharing sites such as YouTube, Google Video, Blip.tv, etc. The new Real Player 11 will allow users to save flash video files to the Internet.
So what’s the difference between Real Player 11 and Adobe Media Player? From Adobe PM:
Adobe Media Player allows end users to take Flash video offline, but in a more structured way around the media RSS feed.
Adobe Media Player has many additional features for End-users, like My Show Video Aggregator, where new episodes can be downloaded directly from the publisher, as well as saved videos for the management of local FLV files can also be downloaded.
Adobe Media Player fully supports the content publisher’s business, which means that publishers are allowed to manage content delivery and monetization with features like branding, advertising, tracking, reporting, and content security.