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    Hi Every body,

    I am using Windows Media encoder 9 to broadcast live channel in internet.

    By using mms i am doing this.

    Some of the customers are interested to see my channel in internet.

    But they are about 14:30 hours back to my original channel broadcast time.

    So, i should play my live TV after 14:30 hours from my time. May be this is time switching.

    Is there any way to do that using WME9 or any other way??

    Help appreciated.

    Thanks in advance
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    Record the stream and stream later? You can do it in wme.
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    Dear Admin,

    can you post how i can do that.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Dear Admin,

    I am already Live streaming using Windows media encoder 9.

    But i do not have an idea about how i can do time shifting using WME9.

    Can you provide me how i can do that

    Thanks in advance.
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  5. Create two WME session profiles - one for your live broadcast and simultaneous 'archiving' as a WMV file and a second for broadcasting the 'archived' file later on.

    Double-click on the session files (.wme extension) or tell Windows to run the file at a specified time. You will probably want to change the archived file name. To do that, just edit the session file in Notepad. Here's a snippet:

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    
    <WMEncoder major_version="9"
        minor_version="0"
        Name="WMEncoder7091"
        SynchroniesOperation="0" >
        <Description />
        <Attributes >
            <WMENC_STRING Name="WM/ParentalRating" />
        </Attributes>
    
        <SourceGroups >
            <SourceGroup Name="Source 1" >
                <Source Type="WMENC_VIDEO"
                    Scheme="file"
                    InputSource="C:\Documents and Settings\John\My Documents\Example.avi"
                    PixelAspectRatioX="1"
                    PixelAspectRatioY="1" >
                    <UserData >
                    </UserData>
    It is obvious where the change needs to be.

    Hope this helps you.

    John.
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