Streaming a Silverlight Media Application from Silverlight Live
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Published: 10 Jul 2007
Abstract
In this article Das examines how to stream a media file from any web page using Microsoft Silverlight. He also discusses the streaming of multiple media files hosted at Silverlight.Live.com.
by Jesudas Chinnathampi (Das)
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Introduction

Google's acquisition of YouTube.com, an online video streaming site is an apt example of where the Internet is moving towards. Blog is the latest hype, but that is going to change very soon. The bandwidth cost is coming down a lot day by day. Microsoft announcement of Silverlight technology is a great boon to all developers who are internet savvy. I was a great fan of Adobe Flash player. Now I can use Silverlight media controls to stream video files. As an added bonus, Microsoft Silverlight Streaming by Windows live provides us up to 4GB of FREE hosting space. In this article I will show you how we can host a media file using Silverlight controls at Windows Live. Once a media file is hosted, we can invoke the media file from any other web page. If you have a blog, you can show the media file from your blog. Your website's bandwidth is not used. Sounds interesting! Let us dive deep.


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Title: real-time broadcasting   
Name: Jassim
Date: 9/9/2007 3:01:41 PM
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what about real-time broadcasting?






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