Windows Media Encoder Tutorials and Resources Roundup
Best Practices for Using the Windows Media Screen Codec - benefits of using the Windows Media Screen codec to capture screen content.
Introduction to Digital Media and the Windows Media 9 Series - Microsoft whitepaper introduces the concept of digital media and explains how you can use the Windows Media 9 Series platform to create, distribute, and play digital media.
Download Windows Media Encoder 10 from Microsoft Website
How to configure Windows Media Encoder (WMV Screencast)
Encode .wav and .mp3 files with Windows Media Encoder
Insert a web URL into your music with Windows Media Encoder
When an audio file contains URL scripts, a browser window opens and a specified Web page appears anytime the song is played on a computer connected to the Internet. That gives you the power to show photographs, lyrics, band information, and even advertisements each time your song plays.
Tutorial to Capture Video Content with Microsoft Windows Media Encoder 7
Create high-quality video content from television, film, and screen sources. Convert live and prerecorded audio, video, and computer screen images to Microsoft Windows Media based content for live and on-demand delivery.
Some software applications may not need to have audio in the final output files. This Microsoft knowledgebase article shows you how to capture a "video only" file with Windows Media Encoder version 7.0.
Streaming live video using Windows Media Encoder 7.1
Encode audio for the Handheld PC with WME 9
How to use Windows Media Encoder to record itself - Screencast
If you have questions about Windows Media, check out Windows Media Encoder Forums and Support
Download Windows Media Codecs - WM9Codecs.exe
Contains Windows Media Audio and Video codecs for Windows Media Player 7.1, Windows Media Player for Windows XP, Windows Media Player 9 Series, and Windows Media Player 10.
Windows Media Encoder Download on Microsoft Website requires Windows validation.