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@johndeu @NicolasWeil Looks like only MSFT has indicated it's prepared to grant a free license. Sony, Emblaze, ETRI, Huawei, Qualcomm: not.
It's been a bad week for video streaming standards... and a great week for patent trolls. https://t.co/rzslhIQkcE
This was the only reason I even have a Google+ account, and now I can thankfully delete it once and for all! https://t.co/qIIH3VsSvz
- @johndeu @NicolasWeil Looks like only MSFT has indicated it's prepared to grant a free license. Sony, Emblaze, ETRI, Huawei, Qualcomm: not.
Tag Archives: Silverlight
“The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” – Mark Twain* It’s been two months since version 5 of Microsoft Silverlight was released to the web. If you haven’t installed it already, you can get the latest version here. For the first … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I updated the blog, so I will take this opportunity to bring everyone up to speed on the more recent Microsoft Media Platform product updates: November 9, 2011 Player Framework version 1.0 for HTML5 is … Continue reading
Bob Cowherd from Vertigo Software has put together a nice blog post about one of the cool new features going into SMF 2.5: stereoscopic 3D video support. We will ship SMF with a sample red-cyan anaglyph plugin, while NVIDIA will … Continue reading
It’s been too long since my last post, so I thought I’d get warmed up and back into blogging form by posting something about recent releases on the Microsoft media platform. After PDC 2010 in November which focused on new … Continue reading
On July 3rd at 7:30 pm ET, you will be able to experience for the first time a live streaming event in 3D using just Silverlight and NVIDIA 3D Vision! We have teamed up with Turner Sports, NVIDIA and iStreamPlanet to bring … Continue reading
Now available: Expression Encoder 4, IIS Media Services 4.0 Beta, SSME 1.0, SMF 2.0 RC1, Olympics case studies
While most of the world is on a collective vacation watching the World Cup, media teams at Microsoft have been busy at work. And watching the World Cup. Released this month: Expression Studio 4, which of course includes Expression Encoder … Continue reading
NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show 2010 wrapped up yesterday in Las Vegas. Among the Silverlight and Smooth Streaming announcements and demos at this year’s NAB were: Silverlight availability on Broadcom and Intel systems-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions, which will enable set-top-box … Continue reading
Last week was a big one for Smooth Streaming! IIS Media Services 3.0, the IIS7 media extensions pack containing Smooth Streaming, has completed its 6-month beta development cycle and has been released to Web. You can download it here: http://www.iis.net/extensions/LiveSmoothStreaming Chris … Continue reading
Last day here at NAB in Las Vegas, so it’s a perfect time to take a look at what we’ve done at NAB this year. Ben Waggoner has put together an excellent summary on his blog: http://on10.net/blogs/benwagg/NAB-Day-1-Smooth-Streaming-released-1080p-in-Silverlight-new-VC-1-and-more/ So the big … 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