[UPDATE: We have since published a plug in to Expression Encoder that makes it much, much easier to publish your videos to the web. See this post for more details. I have removed the links to the original tutorial below as it is no longer relevant]
I decided to record a short video tutorial on Silverlight Streaming (using the 1.0 beta). The scenario is this: you have a video file on your hard drive and you want to get it up on the web and streaming. You want a high bitrate, no advertising, no third party branding, and need to have the ability to scale to a large number of users. And of course you don’t want to incur big bandwidth charges from your ISP if your video is really popular.
Silverlight Streaming has got to be the answer. But how do you do it? This video shows you how. Actually it’s pretty simple but like most things until you’ve walked through the process once it can appear tricky.
Anyhow, hopefully it’s of use, take a look and let me know what you think: http://www.moulster.com/silverlightstream.html
I should also point out that it’s based on advice from the very excellent Mr Tim Sneath in this blog post. Thanks Tim.