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Media (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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The media technologies for Windows CE provide support for encoded multimedia data such as Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Video, DVD-Video, MP3, and MPEG-1.

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Audio Codecs and Renderers
Provides information on the audio formats supported by Windows CE through DirectShow.
Digital Rights Management
Provides OS design and application development information for the technology used to protect Windows Media content.
DirectShow
Provides OS design, application development, and reference information for the multimedia framework for Windows CE.
DVD-Video API
Provides OS design, application development, and reference information for the API that handled DVD-Video data.
Media Formats
Provides information on the media formats supported by Windows CE through DirectShow.
Streaming Media Playback
Provides information on the Catalog item used to add to an OS design a set of technologies to support streaming video.
Video Codecs and Renderers
Provides information on the video formats supported by Windows CE through DirectShow.
Windows Media
Provides OS design, application development, and reference information for Windows Media formats, ActiveX control, and sample player application.
WMA and MP3 Local Playback
Provides information on the Catalog item used to add to an OS design a set of technologies to support the playback of Windows Media Audio and MP3 content from local file stores.
WMA and MP3 Streaming
Provides information on the Catalog item used to add to an OS design a set of technologies to support the playback of Windows Media Audio and MP3 content from both streaming sources and local file stores.
Four-Character Codes (FOURCC)
Provide information on the codes used to identify media formats.

Related Sections

Graphics and Multimedia Technologies
Provides links to the multimedia technologies available in Windows CE.

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