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Starting with Flash Player 15, and when the swf is compiled for swf version greater than 26, the Flash Player will provide a software version of Stage Video as an automatic failover option when hardware Stage Video is not available.
As such the content does not need to implement a Video object failover.
But there are certain points, which require attention when attempting to downgrade.
After you install AIR 20, any previously installed AIR app using the Shared Runtime that is launched gets updated.
Starting with AIR 20, which is a now 64-bit Runtime (instead of the previous 32 bit AIR runtime), the process for downgrading is the same as mentioned above.
For best video playback performance and to minimize CPU and better battery consumption, using Stage Video for rendering video is strongly recommended.
Stage Video leverages the browser’s hardware accelerated rendering pipeline and GPU wherever available.
However, with the release of AIR 20, only a 64-bit Runtime dynamic Library is provided on Mac OS X. Certain users who are running apps that require 32-bit ANEs may want to downgrade to a lower AIR version that supports a 32-bit Runtime dynamic Library.
Prior to AIR 20, downgrading AIR to a previous version (let’s say AIR 19) is a simple process: However, these steps will not suffice when you are downgrading from AIR 20 to a previous AIR version as there are some additional steps required in this case.