YouTube announced this week that there will never be another preferred flash player as HTML5 has become the default player.
In my experiences, HTML5 is a lot laggier and less controllable than Flash. The creation of applications in Flash is worlds easier and the potential for creation is so much better with Adobe.
There will always be Flash games, applications and movies as long as the internet exists, but HTML5 will soon fade away into something the WWW considers “better”.
Sure the programming being more complex allows for some great potential for browser applications, but there’s never been any demand for something better than Flash because if there was, the solution sure wouldn’t be what YouTube is switching to.
Watching videos has never been more of a pain. Please be temporary, YouTube.
This November, and every year after, it’s recognized online as a month celebrating blogging.
It has derived from National Novel Writing Month, which will not be formally celebrated on this blog. I won’t say where you can find my informal blog, but it really isn’t difficult to find if you for it for a few minutes.
If you didn’t read the last few submissions, you may have overlooked that submissions are open for digital artists, especially for pixel art, to be featured in a video series showcasing the best new artwork online.
I’m going to release some comics in order to storyboard some cartoon projects. These may or may not become animated depending on the budget and popularity.
I’m attempting to put together more videos this month, seeing as how EP Animation is a media outlet for original content. You’ll be able to find old and new videos posted to https://www.youtube.com/animationandwhatnot
I take suggestions if they’re helpful.