[maemo-developers] Flash in MicroB on N900: Hardware acceleration?

From: Qole qole.tablet at gmail.com
Date: Mon Nov 16 02:55:26 EET 2009
My impression is that the current Adobe Flash is not hardware accelerated,
but Flash 10 (available in 2010) will be.

See this Adobe press release for more details:


I might be wrong. I hope I'm right, however, because Flash performance on
the N900 isn't terribly good.

On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 12:13 PM, Thomas Waelti <twaelti at gmail.com> wrote:

> Still running with 2009.41-10, I'm unsure if the flash player is hardware
> accelerated or not. In the context menu of Flash player, under
> Settings>Display (first tab from the left), there is one (selected) item
> called "Enable hardware acceleration". This looks good.
> OTOH, I'm asking this because the perfomance of Google Streetview in my
> maeMaps Google Maps webapp seems relatively slow when changing views to the
> left and right (especially after I've seen "native" Streetview running on a
> HTC phone :-). In addition, flash games that are slightly advanced seem
> slow, too.
> I'm aware that in both contexts, I have fullscreen flash. But still - the
> device is quite snappy in all other tasks I'm throwing at it, just flash
> seems a tad too slow in comparison.
> Anyone with other experience / insider knowhow?
> Thanks
> -Tom
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