Install Pepper Flash and Chromium on Debian Linux | Adobe Flash is not being maintained anymore for the Linux desktop. However, the Pepper Flash plugin is an alternative that is maintained by Google Chrome. It is possible to install and use Pepper Flash with Chromium on Debian Wheezy – all from Debian repositories. Check it out!
Install Flash Player 11 in Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit | Adobe released Flash Player 11 beta with support for 64bit Linux. Yay! I’ll show you how to install it for Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit. Edit: This post is now obsolete. Flash 11 for 64bit Linux is included in most distro repositories now, or directly from Adobe. First, remove any existing flash player version you
Record Screencast in Linux | gtk-recordMyDesktop is a useful Linux app to make screencasts of your desktop. Perhaps you need to prepare some videos for training, demos, or other uses? Or make a killer youtube video of some geeky action from your desktop? This will do it! Install with: sudo apt-get install gtk-recordmydesktop Now run the app: Applications > Sound
Encode Flash Video with FFmpeg | How do I encode my video to flash for my website? You don’t need any adobe or other over-priced software. On Linux (and OS X) you can use FFmpeg which is free! On Ubuntu, I suggest you first enable the medibuntu repo. Then install the following: sudo apt-get install ffmpeg libavcodec-extra-52 The following command will