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  • My Playstation Megasode mentioned in NY Times | Kenny Bunch
    We look at this as an amazing new content window for distribution said Ross Cox senior director for entertainment products at Cartoon Network New Media Though the article calls it a game it s better to think of it as an experience You can play a pure game watch a show or play a show There is a reinforcement loop that exists between your actions in the game and the show Thanks Leif for point the article out Written by kbunch Posted in General 4 comments June 11 2007 7 21 am mason CONGRATS This is really cool Reply June 11 2007 3 08 pm Pingback PS3 Cabinet My Playstation Megasode mentioned in NY Times July 24 2007 7 37 am Pingback Kenny Bunch Blog Archive GameZone Article on PS3 Megasode January 10 2008 4 53 pm Pingback Kenny Bunch Blog Archive GameZone Article on PS3 Megasode Post a comment Cancel reply Comment You may use the following HTML a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong pre lang line escaped cssfile Name required Email required will be kept a secret Website Retrospective FITC 2007 Toronto MovieClipLoader

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  • mx.video.NCManager.nextConnect quirk | Kenny Bunch
    port 443 1935 80 and protocol rtmp rtmpt rtmps combos attempting to create a successful and efficient connection The quirk that I speak of exists in the NCManager s nextConnect method The class cycles through the list of possible protocl port connections in a defined sequence However it doesn t take into account that if for some reason your default url used a protocol port combo that is further in the sequence say rtmp over port 443 and it failed In this case it would try the 443 connection twice and never try 1935 1935 preceds 443 in the sequence This is because it doesn t acknowledge that the first attempt was out of order and then reshuffle the potential connections before iterating through them One might make the assumption that if you are passing it a url consisting of a port protocol url further in the sequence that you are specifically saying the combos above it are not possible However that is an assumption Even with that assumption if you have a failure you are making a second call that wastes resources As I mentioned I labeled this as a quirk since the method works but it works incorrectly

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  • Retrospective: FITC 2007 Toronto | Kenny Bunch
    their perspective on media That was my aim and even if it s not solving homelessness I do think the message is important I want to change entertainment so that it s more accommodating engaging and less intrusive to our lives To that note the reason I ve made myself present over the years is based on constantly trying to push beyond my bounds and the bounds around me You have to do that if you want to be more than you are or change the things around you It comes a lot easier now but I m always honored and humbled when given the chance to let others hear what I have to say Without that I can only effect myself Thanks Shawn Naomi and their crew for giving me that privilege Given that I was pretty wrapped up in preparing I didn t get to attend everything I wanted However I did manage to catch John Grden s North Kingdom s and Maeda s presentations All of them were quite brilliant in their own way Though with my scholastic affinities Maeda s stuck with me the most He did a wonderful job of stepping back and looking at how digital elements effect our lives and how those same elements can reflect life His commentaries were quite poetic and profound Overall I had a good time at the conference My highlights were giving my friend s Stacey and Mathew a hard time chilling with my friend Lawrence getting reactions from my presentation and just reflecting on things with my boy Eric Conferences really provide a medium for those types of interactions and it s what I value from them the most Needless to say I m happy I decided to go Written by kbunch Posted in General One comment

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  • PS3 Flash Player Performance and Inputs | Kenny Bunch
    either by mouse or key The reason being is that if you try to create a dual input interface one that works with both mouse and keys you get conflicts In typical Key driven interfaces on a PC you can use directionals or tabbing to move around the interface but to execute a focused item you click ENTER With the PS3 you can use directionals to get around the interface but your execute is a mouse click A conflict would arise when you can click items or use X to execute a focused item At that point how can you distinguish between the two This is especially the case if you leave your mouse in a place your UI shifts and now your mouse is over a button Are you clicking the button or are you trying to use it as a hot key I would say this is mainly an issue for interfaces and not for games Personal opinion would be go with Key based strategy as that is what the platform lends itself too Overall the improvement to the PS3 s Flash player is encouraging With it and the Wii new opportunities are starting to look hopeful for Flash developers Personally I m excited Especially considering I m headed out to Hollywood next week to present the prototype application I have been working on with Sony and friends If anyone is interested I plan on modifying my presentation at FITC to include the prototype Written by kbunch Posted in General 3 comments February 1 2007 12 44 pm Brett Wii performance under the Opera browser is still terrible though Anything other than basic animations drops the framerate to a crawl Hopefully they address this before the final Wii Opera browser is launched Reply February 1 2007 12 49

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  • General | Kenny Bunch | Page 3
    the tune of the South Park genre the app is definitely not for you If it s any forewarning the character the e card is based on is a pair of legs and a backside So with that said for those who think they may get a good laugh send your friends some Assy Written by kbunch No comments Posted in ActionScript Flash General Projects January 8 2007 Charles Rewriting Url Requests Find a Wii Have you ever wanted to manipulate a url request on the fly change the header modify query params etc The reasons for doing this can vary from production debugging to manipulating requests made by another site Though I haven t really seen it highlighted Charles one of the common tools used by Flash developers for monitoring HTTP traffic has this feature built in The feature is called rewriting and is quite easy to use To explain how to use this feature I ll illustrate it with a technique that tricks the Target com store into telling you where all the Nintendo Wii s are in your area STEPS Open Tools Rewrite from the application menu Select Enabled Add a Set name it Target Wiis which just gives a label for you to recognize the requests you want to match Add a Host use target com which will match all request made by target com Add a Rule select type Modify Query Param in match s name field type asin we are going to replace the query param asin with our own custom param in new s value field type B0009VXBAQ we are going to replace the product identifier with a Wii console so we can view results for Wii s in the area click ok Go to a product page on Target com that has a Find at Stores button sample product page Enable Charles click the find store button enter your zip code the results will not show the product that you clicked but the locations of Nintendo Wiis instead This is a great feature especially if you are wanting to do general request changes However if you are doing specific query parameter changes and don t want to set them up as a stored process I d recommend the FireFox plugin Tamper Data The plugin allows you to view the request data laid out in a form and change it as it is being requested instead of setting it up before hand Hopefully this can help someone with their debugging development process as well as give those searching for a Wii a little trick to use to their advantage Written by kbunch No comments Posted in Flash General January 4 2007 My 2006 Reading List For the past few years most everything I ve read has been technical This past year I decided to feed the other part of my scholastic upbringing by reading business oriented books as well Though I still maintained a healthy technical intake that reading was reserved to documentation

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  • AS3: Visualizing Video | Kenny Bunch
    depreciated and replaced with the new Timer class onMetaData is not assured to come after detecting a Video s completion of load Written by kbunch Posted in ActionScript Flash Projects 6 comments November 8 2005 7 32 am John Giotta Hey Ken True that there is no event framework for onMetaData but the old method still holds it s value NStream onMetaData It may not be proper but it still works for the time being Reply November 8 2005 7 55 am Ian Turgeon I know you mentioned this was built in Flex Builder 2 but I m a little confused as it s running perfectly fine in my Flash 8 0 player Reply November 8 2005 8 22 am Kenny Bunch Ian Nice observation The demo you see is actually v8 as I wanted to let as many people see it as possible The source is 8 5 Reply November 11 2005 7 51 am mason kenny nice to see you posting again this demo is great When you get a chance you should put up the two panel view where you can see the video and the mosaic As always great work Reply December 7 2005 8 30 am Andrea Hi Kenny I m strongly trying to display a Video with a mxml in Flex 2 0 I created a class in AS3 that works exactly like yours but even though FCS is workinf fine I can t see the video why How do I instantiate the class As an mxml tag Do you have any suggestion Can you help me Reply March 22 2006 8 59 am Patrick Hunton Kenny very cool I did something like this a few months ago but haven t gotten a chance to get back to it and make it quite what

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  • AS3: Visualizing Video | Kenny Bunch
    depreciated and replaced with the new Timer class onMetaData is not assured to come after detecting a Video s completion of load Written by kbunch Posted in ActionScript Flash Projects 6 comments November 8 2005 7 32 am John Giotta Hey Ken True that there is no event framework for onMetaData but the old method still holds it s value NStream onMetaData It may not be proper but it still works for the time being Reply November 8 2005 7 55 am Ian Turgeon I know you mentioned this was built in Flex Builder 2 but I m a little confused as it s running perfectly fine in my Flash 8 0 player Reply November 8 2005 8 22 am Kenny Bunch Ian Nice observation The demo you see is actually v8 as I wanted to let as many people see it as possible The source is 8 5 Reply November 11 2005 7 51 am mason kenny nice to see you posting again this demo is great When you get a chance you should put up the two panel view where you can see the video and the mosaic As always great work Reply December 7 2005 8 30 am Andrea Hi Kenny I m strongly trying to display a Video with a mxml in Flex 2 0 I created a class in AS3 that works exactly like yours but even though FCS is workinf fine I can t see the video why How do I instantiate the class As an mxml tag Do you have any suggestion Can you help me Reply March 22 2006 8 59 am Patrick Hunton Kenny very cool I did something like this a few months ago but haven t gotten a chance to get back to it and make it quite what

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  • AS3: Visualizing Video | Kenny Bunch
    depreciated and replaced with the new Timer class onMetaData is not assured to come after detecting a Video s completion of load Written by kbunch Posted in ActionScript Flash Projects 6 comments November 8 2005 7 32 am John Giotta Hey Ken True that there is no event framework for onMetaData but the old method still holds it s value NStream onMetaData It may not be proper but it still works for the time being Reply November 8 2005 7 55 am Ian Turgeon I know you mentioned this was built in Flex Builder 2 but I m a little confused as it s running perfectly fine in my Flash 8 0 player Reply November 8 2005 8 22 am Kenny Bunch Ian Nice observation The demo you see is actually v8 as I wanted to let as many people see it as possible The source is 8 5 Reply November 11 2005 7 51 am mason kenny nice to see you posting again this demo is great When you get a chance you should put up the two panel view where you can see the video and the mosaic As always great work Reply December 7 2005 8 30 am Andrea Hi Kenny I m strongly trying to display a Video with a mxml in Flex 2 0 I created a class in AS3 that works exactly like yours but even though FCS is workinf fine I can t see the video why How do I instantiate the class As an mxml tag Do you have any suggestion Can you help me Reply March 22 2006 8 59 am Patrick Hunton Kenny very cool I did something like this a few months ago but haven t gotten a chance to get back to it and make it quite what

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