Windows Media Encoder

9.4 MB   273,692 downloads
9 Freeware    
3.8/5 72
Production tool that enables content developers to convert both live and prerecorded audio in order for the end user to enjoy high quality sound

editor's review



Windows Media Encoder is a Microsoft product that offers users the possibility to take advantage of the innovations integrated within Windows Media 9 Series. Due to this application, users can enjoy high-quality multichannel sound, along with high-definition video quality and support for mixed-mode voice and music.

Transforming data into high quality sound

Content producers can rely on this tool for capturing data while retaining frame-accurate control, and they also get the chance to protect live streams or to start broadcasts whenever needed. Moreover, this tool can be used to create multiple delivery scenarios such as MBR streaming and CD/DVD.

In addition, Windows Media Encoder can generate high-quality audio after processing multichannel streams and creating voice-only content. Users can choose to encode to the level from HD quality they choose, ranging between 1080i and 1080p, and obtain low data rate screen capture. They can also fine-tune compression due to the encoding modes included within the application.

A treat for older operating systems

Windows Media Encoder also comes in handy when it comes to extending the standard encoding functions of the operating system and to automate the entire process, using its integrated utilities.

It needs to be mentioned that this software solution was especially designed for the systems still running Windows XP or Windows 2000, since those who have upgraded to newer editions can already enjoy all these functions natively, integrated within their OS.

In conclusion

Taking everything into consideration, we can say that even though Windows Media Encoder 9 might be outdated, there was a time when such tools were more ore less essential for your operating system to run media files. Nevertheless, if you're still using an older version of Windows it can still come in handy.

Windows Media Encoder was reviewed by Giorgiana Arghire
Last updated on July 11th, 2014

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