Media Manager Pro Component is a very powerful .Net tool for video encoding and video publishing in .net. It can grab thumbnails from videos in .net web and desktop applications. It can post watermark on videos in .net.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:03
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Media Manager Pro Component is a very powerful .Net tool for video encoding and video publishing. It can convert videos and audios from one format to another format in real time. It supports almost all the known formats which mean you can convert any type of video or audio into any type of video or audio using .Net applications including ASP.Net.
Media Manager Pro Component can not only convert media files from one format to another but can do a lot more including grab thumbnails, extract audio from video and post water mark on videos in real time when converting using .Net applications.
It supports many type of encoding such as encoding and publishing videos compatible for flash streaming, compatible for windows media streaming, compatible for mobile devices, compatible for desktop players, compatible for quick time player and many more multimedia applications and hardware.
Media manager pro component is compatible on all windows operating systems such as windows xp, windows server 2003, windows server 2008 and web servers including IIS 6.0 and IIS 7.0.
Media manager pro component is designed to work with .Net framework compatible applications including ASP.Net, .Net desktop applications, .Net web services and other .Net applications.
iCoolsoft MPEG-4 Video Converter 3.1.10 iCoolsoft MPEG-4 Video Converter enables you to convert all popular files to HD videos, MPEG-4 files, and diverse digital devices. you can also adjust MPEG-4 encoding settings and
U.S. to Aid Nations in Methane Conversion Hoping to export U.S. technology under the banner of fighting global warming, the Bush administration said Wednesday it will provide seed money for private companies to help other nations use their own methane gas emissions as a cheap fuel.