Adobe Connect Add-in

If you are looking for Adobe Connect Add-in, you have come to the right place. We explain what Adobe Connect Add-in is and point you to the official download.

What is Adobe Connect Add-in?

Adobe Connect Add-in is a software type that is similar of the Flash Player. It is actually considered as a specialized version of it but used in the functionality in the Adobe Connect Meeting Room. This means that the Add-in has to function with the Connect Meeting Room in sharing screen. It is optional to use Add-in but it is necessary if you host, conduct or participate in a meeting using Connect Meeting Room.

Adobe Connect Add-in is downloadable in two ways: automatic and manual installation. Take note that upon successful installation of this Add-in, Flash Player must still be downloaded to start or attend a meeting. Features include screen sharing, offline recording of FLV format files, supported file sharing through share pod dragging, PPTX files sharing for Connect 9, and enhanced Audio and Echo Cancellation for Connect 8.

Connect 8 Add-in is designed based on the features and functions of Flash Player 9, and Connect 9 Add-in is created out of the functions of Flash Player 11. Connect 8 Add-in is compatible with Windows, Mac OS and Linux 10.04 but Connect 9 Add-in is only for Windows and Mac OS computers.

Download Adobe Connect Add-in from the developer

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Download Adobe Connect Add-in (external link)

 

About file types supported by Adobe Connect Add-in

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Last updated: : October 1, 2012