IIS Smooth Streaming Format SDK Readme
by Dave Nelson
These release notes are for the Beta 2 release of the IIS Smooth Streaming Format Software Development Kit 1.0.
This release is provided under the IIS Smooth Streaming Format SDK license terms that accompany this package.
The package makes it easy for authorized developers to wrap encoded video and audio bitstreams into fragmented-MP4 (f-MP4) formats that conform to Smooth Streaming requirements.
Updated documentation for the Smooth Streaming Format SDK is available on MSDN>.
- A computer with either an x86 or x64-based processor that is running Windows® 7 or Windows Server® 2008. The latest updates available from Windows Update should be installed.
- Microsoft Visual C++® 2008 SP1 or higher, with the latest available service packs, is required to use the library and to compile the sample application.
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 with Service Pack 1 (SP1).
- The sample source code, library, and related documentation require about 40 megabytes (MB) of hard disk space.
What's in the Package?
When the package is installed, directories are created by default under
%ProgramFiles%\IIS\Media\Smooth Streaming Format SDK.
The root directory contains the following files:
- IIS Smooth Streaming Format SDK Eula.rtf. The End-User License Agreement (EULA).
- ReadMe.htm. This document.
- Smooth Streaming Format SDK MSDN Documentation.url. A shortcut to the latest Smooth Streaming Format SDK documentation on MSDN.
The include subdirectory contains the following files:
- ssfsdkapi.h. The header file for the Smooth Streaming Format SDK Application Programming Interface (API).
The lib subdirectory contains the following files:
- ssfsdk.lib. The static library that implements the methods associated with ssfsdkapi.h and provides the functionality to create f-MP4 formats.
The Samples\SSFBasicMuxer subdirectory contains the following files:
- main.cpp. The sample basic muxer Smooth Streaming Format SDK application C++ file.
- SSFBasicMuxer.vcproj. The Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 project file.
- dshowhlp.lib. The static library intended only for use by the sample application. It should not be redistributed.
- dshowhlp.h. The header file for the sample application.
See the license terms that accompany this package for more information about redistribution rights.
Known Issues in this Release
- You can currently only target platforms that match the installed SDK. That is, if you install the x86–based package, you can only target x86-based applications. If you install the x64-based package, you can only target x64-based applications.
- If Visual Studio 2008 fails to open the BasicMux project from the x64-based package, it is likely that Visual Studio 2008 was installed with the x64-based compiler and tools. By default, Visual Studio 2008 must be installed with the x86- based compiler, even on x64-based operating systems. You must explicitly select the x86-based compiler option when installing Visual Studio 2008, or you can reinstall Visual Studio 2008, and select the option.
The IIS Smooth Streaming Format SDK is provided with direct support from the Microsoft product team that created the package. For technical questions or to report issues, send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Beta 1: 2/28/2010
- Beta 2: 6/17/2010
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