Windows Media Developer Center

The Windows Media Developer Center has just been launched on MSDN. It’s goal is to provide a single starting point for all developer questions and information about the Windows Media technologies. More infomation will be added over the coming months.


Comments (5)

  1. Rehan says:

    Dean, the link is not working.

  2. Eusebio Rufian-Zilbermann says:

    The correct address is

  3. Dean Rowe says:

    Oops. Sorry the link has been corrected now.



  4. asiboro says:

    I am commenting to "What does a more complicated Movie Maker timeline look like?", sorry for putting the comment on different blog, as I don’t seem to be able to post on that.

    How did you make the timeline on MovieMaker shows on GraphEdit?

    Actually I am finding out if I can get the timeline of a project I made with MovieMaker in XTL format. Is it possible and how?


  5. Dean Rowe says:

    I managed to show the MovieMaker timeline within GraphEdit by using a special debug version of Movie Maker we use internally as we develop it. There is no direct way of getting the XTL file from the MovieMaker timeline and even if you did it probably wouldn’t play directly anyway as we make some modifications to the graph when we playback and publish.