Microsoft Windows Media File Editor

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What is Microsoft Windows Media File Editor?

The Windows Media Encoder File Editor is a free utility bundled with the Windows Media Encoder, which includes closed-captioning functions, indexing, and URL commands that enable the file to trigger the launching of specific web pages.

The Microsoft Windows Media Encoder is a media encoder, meaning it can capture live or pre-recorded multimedia content – audio, video, or images, or all three at once – and output to a file that is compatible with Windows media content, for on-demand (later use) or live streaming capabilities.

The Windows Media Encoder is free and downloadable from the Microsoft website, although it is categorized as defunct and outdated, and has since been replaced with the Microsoft Expression Encoder. The latest stable release for the Windows Media Encoder line is WME, which is essentially a software suite that contains various small utilities, like the Windows Media Profile Editor, the Windows Media Stream Editor, and the Windows Media File Editor; these utilities are not present in the Expression Encoder as their roles have all been integrated in the encoder itself. An SDK (software development kit) for the Windows Media Encoder is available, so developers can write applications using the capabilities of the Windows Media Encoder using Visual Basic.

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Last updated: : March 8, 2012