Okay … so the last time I blogged… it was to show the differences between Silverlight and Flash for video made a difference even for someone who say … didn’t have the resources of MSNBC or a big name video production.
I did a high def video – posted it to “free” website and just let the video load into the silverlight player directly from the web. Very high quality – very low cost – very little time.
David Sayed, from the Microsoft Expression Encoder sent me a very nice ping pointing out that Microsoft actually offers Silverlight developers (and actually anyone) the ability to steam your video also – and it is also free.
So in the spirit of free (since we all like free) let’s say you’ve created a really cool video, and you want to put this out there for everyone. Go to silverlight.live.com – and sign up for an account if you don’t have one. It’ll probably take all of 5 minutes of your life.
Next – click on the handy links – upload your file… (or if you have MS Expression Encoder 2 – use the cool plug in for uploading right to the silverlight.live.com site) and you’re ready to go.
And… as you can see the results are shown above. Or you can provide a link to other applications or tools: http://silverlight.services.live.com/18150/Silverlight%20Downtown%20Demo/video.wmv