Did you ever try to use a media encoder ans if so which one?
Windows Media Encoder is a freely downloadable media encoder developed by Microsoft which enables content developers to convert or capture both live and prerecorded audio, video, and computer screen images to Windows Media formats for live and on-demand delivery. It is the successor of NetShow Encoder. As of October 2010, it is still available for download, but cannot be found in the Microsoft download search index: it has been replaced by a free version of Microsoft Expression Encoder. The Media 8 Encoding Utility is still listed.
by dreamsharu7 years ago
Did you ever try to write a book?Did you ever ever try to write a book? If yes then what inspire you to write a book?
by Sagarika Rath8 years ago
Windows 98, 2000, xp, vista, 7 .... ever since heard of computers heard these only. with a Microsoft dominated market we are left with very few options to look for apart from not so well performing Unix, Linux and only...
by Hujiki8 years ago
Anyone Know where i can download fee software from like Microsoft Robotics, Developers studio etc..If anyone knows information on where i can download software from then please give me a shout..
by uknow5 years ago
If I have Windows Media Player and I download an audio book shouldn't it work automatically?I had a lot of issues when I downloaded an audio book. And I was able to view and hear stuff on Youtube so I know it wasn't...
by Kyou Capps6 years ago
I haven't, but it seems like it would be fun. Anyone want to give it a try with me? ^_^
by ikehjames6 years ago
can i also get a free antivirus software
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