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jackreynolds wrote:Also didi you seem to be accidentally double posting.
itod wrote:1) With Flash you have to copy the templates to CasparCG Server's templates folder, with HTML you can serve them to CasparCG Server through your application's internal web server or some other web server installed on the machine, or machines nearby on secure network. Not having to copy template files to specific place in specific system can be a big plus regarding maintenance of your application, and keep in mind that you can interact with your internal web server in much more sophisticated ways than AMCP (websockets, etc.)
itod wrote:2) Flash is being abandoned bigtime. Even it's current owner (Adobe) is turning the head from it, to be honest for the reason of security which is not important in the broadcast environment we run our applications (isolated and secured networks), but nevertheless you are getting out of tools when everything Flash is turned to HTML, and it is only a matter of time before you will not have supported application on supported system to make your template in Flash.
itod wrote:There are some HTML animation tools like CSS animations which can do stuff in HTML you can't do in FLash, but unfortunately they are not working in current and future 2.1 version of CasparCG server. If they would work choice between Flash and HTML could be easy, but all things considered it's still the matter of personal preference and which tool you fell more comfortable with.
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