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Macromedia Flash

If you are looking for Macromedia Flash, you have come to the right place. We explain what Macromedia Flash is and point you to the official download.

What is Macromedia Flash?

Macromedia Flash is a multimedia platform that is installed on computers for users to add video, animation and web interactivity. As of today, it has been called as Adobe Flash because Macromedia has been merged to Adobe Systems. Nevertheless, this software has various uses to offer such as games, flash animations, graphics, and advertisements. It is also regarded as a tool for Rich Internet Applications or RIAs.

Macromedia Flash or Adobe Flash is an application that provides convenient viewing of various graphic applications, animations, videos, browsers and other web or multimedia content. It is designed to enrich web content and multimedia viewing. It is integrated with vector and raster graphics to provide high quality pictures of drawings, images and even texts. This tool also supports bi-directional streaming of both audio and video files. It is built with ActionScript and JavaScript Flash Language or JSFL.

All data supported by Macromedia or Adobe Flash run through a player called Adobe Flash Player this is downloadable on computers, mobile phones and other compatible devices. Systems needed are Windows of 64 bit with Mozilla Firefox web browser.

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File types supported by Macromedia Flash

Our users primarily use Macromedia Flash to open these file types:

About file types supported by Macromedia Flash

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Last updated: : October 2, 2012