New Flash Player release enables H.264 GPU decoding on Mac OS X

We’ve just released a new version of Flash Player: 10.1.82.76, which includes support for H.264 video GPU decoding. This was previously available in a beta release code-named Gala. On top of this new cool feature, there were a number of bug fixes, so you definitely you should install it as soon as possible.

You can get the installers from here (including debugging versions). You can read about the security updates here.

LATER UPDATE:

I almost forgot to tell you about the new version of Adobe AIR (2.0.3). Like in the case of Flash Player, besides a number of bug fixes, we added support for GZIP compression for Windows (this was already available for Mac OS X and Linux).

You can get the runtime from here.

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