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I'm up to 99 Twitter followers. Than means 1 of you is slacking off. :P
I've been saying this for years: broadcasting pre-produced or pre-taped content as live linear makes no sense. https://t.co/zQztsYlcjX
@johndeu @NicolasWeil Looks like only MSFT has indicated it's prepared to grant a free license. Sony, Emblaze, ETRI, Huawei, Qualcomm: not.
- I'm up to 99 Twitter followers. Than means 1 of you is slacking off. :P
Monthly Archives: March 2009
I know that many of you have been reading my blog for information about IIS Smooth Streaming. I’ve posted a series of posts on that topic, but sometimes blog posts can be difficult to aggregate. So if you’re looking for … Continue reading
When the Silverlight team originally designed the MediaStreamSource API, its main purpose was to allow asynchronous reading of compressed video/audio samples from formats other than ASF. We took full advantage of this API to implement Smooth Streaming support in Silverlight … Continue reading
If you were unable to attend MIX 2009, you’ll be pleased to know that the videos of sessions are already appearing online: https://content.visitmix.com/2009/sessions/. Here are the links to the videos of sessions I had previously mentioned: What’s New in Microsoft … Continue reading
Though blogging in Las Vegas might sound like a party foul, this has been an amazing week for Silverlight media – so much that I feel a sudden urge to report on it right now, right here. Silverlight 3 Beta … Continue reading