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Bit Rate Throttling, an IIS Media Services extension, saves money on network costs by metering the download speed of media and data files. For media, Bit Rate Throttling accomplishes this by automatically detecting the encoded bitrates of 11 common media formats, such as Windows Media Video (WMV), Flash Video (FLV), and MPEG-4 (MP4), and then throttling the response to the client. For any other file or MIME type, Bit Rate Throttling allows administrators to configure custom throttling rules.
Live Smooth Streaming, an IIS Media Services extension, enables adaptive streaming of live events to Smooth Streaming clients, such as Microsoft Silverlight. Using HTTP to deliver live events takes advantage of the scale of existing HTTP networks and keeps content close to your viewers, making true HD (720p+) a realistic option for live web broadcasts. The additional advantage of using HTTP-based delivery for live events is that the existing HTTP infrastructure also drastically increases live...
This sample application demonstrates code scenarios needed to build IIS Smooth Streaming Client 1.1 applications for Windows Phone 7 .
This sample demonstrates implementation of ISmoothStreamingCache for the Silverlight IIS Smooth Streaming off-line scenario. The sample demonstrates implementations of the four methods of ISmoothStreamingCache : BeginRetrieve EndRetrieve BeginPersist EndPersist
Sample application based on the IIS Smooth Streaming Client for use with Silverlight 4 . This sample demonstrates use of the Microsoft.Web.Media.SmoothStreaming namespace and SmoothStreamingMediaElement class with Silverlight 4 . The Microsoft.Web.Media.SmoothStreaming APIs support Silverlight applications that are capable of playback and control of IIS Smooth Streaming data.