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Topic # 27615 1-Nov-2008 18:56
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Check this HD demo of IIS7 plus Akamai technologies:http://www.smoothhd.com/...





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  Reply # 175166 1-Nov-2008 20:56
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freitasm: Check this HD demo of IIS7 plus Akamai technologies:http://www.smoothhd.com/...



Sadly requires silverlight for the website, so won't be watching it under Linux for a while.




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Reply # 175170 1-Nov-2008 21:24
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Very impressive!  Great picture quality and great sound, hard to believe it's streaming...

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  Reply # 175183 1-Nov-2008 23:23
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freitasm: And I see Moonlight may be a little bit late. Is that what you are referring to?


Moonlight support for full silverlight 2.0 is still at the  "experimental" stage.

Don't really approve of silverlight any way. Adobe are so far ahead in this space and already support all the platforms.




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  Reply # 175184 1-Nov-2008 23:27
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openmedia:Don't really approve of silverlight any way. Adobe are so far ahead in this space and already support all the platforms.

Agreed.

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  Reply # 175207 2-Nov-2008 09:37
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OK streaming yes.. HD I think not







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