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Working with Video

Although the individual video codecs have their own peculiarities, all use the same basic procedures. This section describes how to encode and decode video with the Windows Media Video codecs, and addresses the particular features of each. This section contains the following topics.

Topic Description
Choosing a Video Codec Describes the types of content best suited for compression with each of the Windows Media Video codecs.
Configuring Video Encoding Describes how to configure the video encoder DMOs.
Configuring Video Decoding Describes how to configure the video decoder DMOs.
Forced Key Frame Insertion Describes how to request that a sample be encoded as a key frame.
Interlaced Video Encoding Describes how to maintain interlacing in Windows Media Video streams.
Using the Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile Codec Describes how to use the Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile codec.
Using the Windows Media Video 9 Screen Codec Describes how to use the Windows Media Video 9 Screen codec.
Using the Windows Media Video 9.1 Image Codec Describes how to use the Windows Media Video 9.1 Image codec.

 

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