Windows Media Services


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Windows Media Services

A set of development tools and server programs from Microsoft for creating and delivering streaming media over the Web and private intranets. It includes utilities to create, convert to and stream the formats from a Windows server. Windows Media Services was originally named NetShow Services. See Windows Media formats and Smooth Streaming.
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Azure will not completely replace Microsoft's existing on-premises offerings such as Windows Media Services or IIS Media Services, and enterprises considering making the switch should evaluate the distinctions closely.
The MS09-047 patch is critical for numerous combinations of the Windows Media Format Runtime or Windows Media Services on Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista and Server 2008.
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The Windows Media server, called Windows Media Services, comes free with Windows Server 2003.
Por otra parte, se cuenta con el soporte para Windows Media Services, que permite distribuir contenido de audio y video streaming a traves de una Intranet o de Internet.
Improved server scalability with Windows Media Services 9 Series in Windows.
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Incorporating Microsoft's Windows Media Services running on Windows 2000 servers into our solution allows us to provide our customers with the highest quality infrastructure.
Windows Media Technologies 7 consists of Windows Media Player 7 for consumers, Windows Media Services for Windows 2000 Server for content delivery, Windows Media Encoder 7 for content creation, the Windows Media Rights Manager 7 for digital rights management and the Windows Media Software Development Kit (SDK) 7 for application development.
0 Service Pack 4, including Windows Media Services for streaming audio and video, and internal and external communication, online promotions and e-commerce applications.
The old model was a Windows Media Encoder, with live feeds or encoded archived files pushed to Windows Server, which then required Windows Media Services.
The Windows Media 9 Series platform includes Windows Media Player 9 Series; Windows Media Services 9 Series, the powerful streaming server feature in Windows Server 2003 for distributing content; Windows Media Encoder 9 Series for content creation; Windows Media Audio and Video 9 Series for the best-quality audio and video; Windows Media Digital Rights Management to help protect content; and the Windows Media Software Development Kit for software developers to develop digital media products and services.

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