Reducing Broadcast Delay Describes broadcast delay, and discusses how to minimize the
size of buffers in Windows Media technologies to reduce this delay.
Using the Windows Media Player 9 Series HTMLView Feature Describes the HTMLView feature in Windows Media Player 9 Series
that lets Internet content providers (ICPs) use the Now Playing feature of
Windows Media Player to display Web-based content while digital media content is
Overview Provides an overview of VC-1 and details its status as an established
open standard. Comparative information is given to demonstrate how well VC-1 compares
to two other codecs in use today, H.264 and MPEG-2.
Get tips about hosting content on a Windows Media server or Web server, and learn
how to set up a streaming-media system.
Caching and proxying
content with Windows Media Services Describes how to use Windows Media Services to configure your
Windows Media server as either an origin server or as a cache/proxy server to conserve
bandwidth, decrease network-imposed latency, and offset the load on the origin server
on your network.
Delivering IPTV with the Windows Media Platform Describes how the Windows Media platform can be used to deliver
television over a broadband IP network. Download white paper
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Logging Model for Windows Media Services Provides a technical overview of logging in Windows Media Services.
The information in this article supplements the information covered in Windows Media
Services Help and the Windows Media Services Software Development Kit (SDK).
Media Services This article describes performance tests that were recently
conducted in a controlled lab environment and includes tuning recommendations that
will help you to achieve optimal performance from your Windows Media server.
Using URL Modifiers Describes how to use URL modifiers to control how players and
distribution servers receive a stream and how to increase the reliability of a live
stream by using URL modifiers in the path to the primary encoder.
Windows Media Services Deployment Guide This guide describes the practical application and deployment
of Windows Media Services in the enterprise for digital media experiences and applications.
This guide is intended to help IT professionals take a Windows Media server solution
from planning through implementation in a production environment.