I am excited to introduce this great open source project – Extensions for Windows Azure Media Services by Mariano Converti from Southworks. Microsoft has been working with Southworks for many projects and as mentioned by Mariano in his blog, the motivation for this project is that “I wanted to have it <SDK> available in a more consumable and reusable way instead of having to search/copy/paste/tweak the code every time.”
On Dec 14th 2012, we update our .NET SDK to 220.127.116.11 and you could download the latest SDK here. And starting from yesterday (Jan 14th, 2013), we drop the support for older version of .NET SDK, which we released in Preview. In another word, our server no longer recognizes some of your old APIs. If you find your older version of .NET SDK no longer works, don’t panic! Please read through this blog and see whether you could fix the code.
Official Windows Azure Media Services Nuget package is here: Media Services Nuget Page. And you could search it by windowsazure.mediaservices. NuGet is a Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to add, remove, and update libraries and tools in Visual Studio projects that use the .NET Framework. If you have no idea what Nuget is, go and check out this overview.
Media services .NET SDK works with .NET 4.0 framework and it includes the following three components: Read More Here
This blog is for demoing how to add closed caption for video by using Microsoft Media Platform Player Framework (MMPPF). MMPPF supports both Plain text and Timed Text closed caption.
This sample is build with Windows 8 RTM and Player framework preview 5, using Visual Studio 2012 RTM.
I am a program manager currently working on Windows Azure Media Services(WAMS) team. This blog is my first tempt for trying to explain what WAMS is. We released Windows Azure Media Services Preview in June 2012. Currently we offer a 90 days free trail period for developers. If you are a Azure subscriber, you have up to 1 TB encoding volume per month. And if you are on Azure 90 days free subscription plan, you will have up to 20 GB data in your storage account. You could check out this blog – how to sign up for Windows Azure Media Services. Continue Reading
Sometime uploading asset could take a long time and it is useful to track the uploading progress. We provide HTTP uploading currently and in the next release, we will support UDP fast upload with our partner.
To track progress, we provide UploadProgressEventArgs which describe the status of an upload operation.
Code Snippet showed as below: Read More here