Building FFmpeg using WSL

Two of the projects that I’m directly involved in are Bash on Windows and FFmpegInterop. For those that don’t know: Bash On Windows is a new feature that runs native Linux binaries directly on the new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). FFmpegInterop is an open-source project that we’ve created to help developers integrate FFmpeg, a…

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Bringing Multicast to Silverlight

Qumu and Microsoft just annouced that Qumu will offer a Silverlight plugin that will receive multicast streams (Qumu Press Release). It’s great because this will allow enterprises to broadcast internal events much more efficiently. I’ll admit that supporting directly in Silverlight would have been nicer, but at least we’ve got a viable solution now. It’s…

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Playing back Wave files in Silverlight

I’ve been working on Silverlight for a couple of years now, and finally decided to start talking about it in my blog. With the recent beta, we’ve added raw A/V support to Silverlight 3, and that means not only that people will be able to write their own decoders for Silverlight, but also that they…

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