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Media Services

Updated: September 19, 2014

Microsoft Azure Media Services is an extensible cloud-based platform that enables developers to build scalable media management and delivery applications. With Media Services you can securely upload, store, encode and package video or audio content for both on-demand and live streaming delivery to various clients (for example, TV, PC, and mobile devices).

This topic provides a content map to available Media Services content on MSDN and other related sites.

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For information about pricing, see Media Services Pricing Details.

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Before starting with Media Services, you must create a Media Services account. For more information, see How to Create a Media Services Account.

Once you have the account you have a choice of working\developing with:

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To get Media Services SDK for .NET you can do one of the following:

  • Use Nuget manager to get the windowsazure.mediaservices package.

  • Get the latest Media Services SDK bits from GitHub, build the solution, and add the references to the client project.

The following topics are for Media Services developers who want to use .NET or REST APIs.

You can get samples from: https://github.com/Azure/Azure-Media-Services-Samples.

The following document contains a list of the most common import and export file formats that you can use with Azure Media Encoder: Formats Supported by the Media Services Encoder.

This section provides links to the Media Services forum, support links, and blogs that are a good source of information about Media Services development.

Azure Media Services blogs by Microsoft developers and team members:

Media Services team blogs

Scott Guthrie

John Deutscher

Mingfei Yan

Nick Drouin

Vishal Sood

Sam Zhang

A public forum for Media Services developers. A great place to find out the latest news about Media Services and also to provide feedback to the product team.

Media Services Forum

Media Services has an official twitter account: Azure Media Services.

Provides support options for Azure, including Media Services.

Azure Support

This section provides links to related sites and technologies.

Azure. The primary Azure portal.

OData.org. Open source site for OData, which is a web protocol for querying and updating data.

IIS Media. Documentation and resource site for Microsoft IIS Media, which is used to deliver content from Media Services applications.

Microsoft Expression Encoder 4. Documentation for Microsoft Expression Encoder, which you can use for encoding media assets in Media Services. You can also use the Azure Media Encoder, which is an included server-based encoder that you can access from a Media Services application.

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