Videographers can harness the potential that WM9 offers to deliver high-quality video and multimedia via DVD and over the Internet. Illustrated examples and tutorials demonstrate the basic functionality of WM9 as well as the options available to advanced users who wish to design new applications with the software development kit. Professional videographers will find this book to be a practical way to learn how to set up players, encoders, and servers and how to capture and compress video so they can use WM9 with the applications they use every day, including Powerpoint, Premiere, After Effects, and Avid.
Nels Johnson is president of Download Recordings, Inc., a desktop media consulting and production company, and has taught desktop video and multimedia at the University of California and College of Marin. He is the author of How to Digitize Video, Web Developer's Guide to Multimedia and Video, and Web Developer's Guide to Multicasting, as well as a contributing editor and feature writer for DV magazine. Mr. Johnson served on the independent team (the San Francisco Canyon Company) that developed the original version of QuickTime for Windows for Apple Computer.