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E-guide for Authoring Windows Media Streaming Content

GeniusDV now has an E-guide available for purchase to assist those interested in getting a step-by-step tutorial on how to author Windows Media content. Tools such as: Flip4Mac, FlipFactory, Sorenson Squeeze, Compression Master, ProCoder, and Windows Media Encoder can compress your video files. However, for many it's hard to know what to do once their file is compressed to the Windows Media format. This 25 page .PDF E-guide makes simple getting your files streaming from your Windows Media Streaming Server or Real Networks Helix Streaming Server. The guide even helps with embedding Windows Media WMV and WMA streaming files in a web page.

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Here are some of the topics covered in the E-guide:

The Difference Between a Web Server and Streaming Server
Setting up FTP to a Web Server and Streaming Server
Understanding Local Files and Remote Files
How to Upload a Web Page
Designating a URL Path to Windows Media Streaming Files
Authoring Windows Media Using .ASX meta files

The GeniusDV E-guide for Authoring Windows Media Content includes:

Pre-made HTML templates for embedding Windows Media streaming media
Support for Dreamweaver MX and 8 users
A Pre-made template for creating .ASX files

Purchase the E-guide for Authoring Windows Media Streaming Content

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