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What is Windows Media Encoder 9 Series?

Windows Media encoder is a free software that can be used to encode streaming media.
Streaming media allows media to be delivered via the Web. Because the media is being“streamed,” the user can view the media before the entire clip is downloaded. Many formats are available for streaming but the one currently being supported by the university is Windows Media file (.asf, .wm, .wma, .wmv). Windows Media Encoder is used to capture and convert
media into one of the above forms. These formats can be streamed from most web servers and anyone with windows 98 or better would be able to view them.

Hardware and Software Requirements for General Use
A 266MHz Pentium with MMX with no less than 64 MB of RAM or better is required. The system must be running either Windows 2000 or Windows XP. A video and/or audio capture card with the proper cabling is necessary to connect the computer to your media source – VCR, CD player, microphone, cassette player, etc.

Windows Media Encoder 9 Series: Download Link
Download the 32-bit version of Windows Media Encoder 9 Series for Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Windows Media Encoder x64 Edition 9 Series: Download Link
Download the 64-bit version of Windows Media Encoder 9 Series for Windows Server 2003, Datacenter x64 Edition; Windows Server 2003, Enterprise x64 Edition; Windows Server 2003, Standard x64 Edition; and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.

Step 1

From the new session wizard select "Broadcast a live event".
Then click the OK button.

Step 2

Select the device or devices you want to stream from. Click Next.

Step 3

Select mode:
*PULL Broadcast
- Select "Pull from the encoder" and click Next.
- Enter the http Port as 8080 and click Next.

*PUSH Broadcast
- Select "Push from the encoder" and click Next.
- Enter the servername and the publishing point we provided for you and click Next.

Step 4

Select multiple bit rate from the drop menu and then check the rate or rates that you want to stream at. Make sure not to select more than 80% of your internet connections upload speed. If you are selecting multiple bitrates you need to add all of the rates together to find out the total rate that you are trying to send out. Once you have selected your rates click Finish.

Step 5

Add your streaming information like: title, author, copyright, description, etc ...
This information will be displayed in Windows Media Player.

Step 6

Last step, start to streaming.