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anand.t

anand.t anand.t

Niner since 2006

  • iBloks: Rolf Kaiser - Pushing WPF to the Limits

    Looks cool..tx for the interview
  • Conversation with Soma: Orcas Beta 1 and Beyond

    littleguru wrote:
    
    BlackTiger wrote: Find a huge bug in 30 seconds...

    It hangs on creating new WPF application.
    "Initializing Toolbox...", consuming HUGE amount of memory, taking 30-45% of CPU. I've killed "devenv.exe" when it consumed 500 MB of RAM with no any respose.


    Good attempt, MS! Even Beta1 must me workabe enough.
    You have PERFECT testers!

    Software: Orcas Beta1 from MSDN, Vista.


    You understand what beta means? right?


    the march CTP i downloaded was better than this Big Smile Probably MSFT released the wrong version in march (Beta instead of CTP) so now they released the CTP Cool

    Anyway I am gonna uninstall this and going to go back to the march CTP. Hope I have the download somewhere.

    EDIT:  Filed a bug report
  • Conversation with Soma: Orcas Beta 1 and Beyond

    BlackTiger wrote:
    Find a huge bug in 30 seconds...

    It hangs on creating new WPF application.
    "Initializing Toolbox...", consuming HUGE amount of memory, taking 30-45% of CPU. I've killed "devenv.exe" when it consumed 500 MB of RAM with no any respose.


    Good attempt, MS! Even Beta1 must me workabe enough.
    You have PERFECT testers!

    Software: Orcas Beta1 from MSDN, Vista.


    I am not able to create WPF projects (application and web based) using Visual C# express 9.0. It simply says that the project type is not supported :O

  • MSDN Wiki Projects - #1 - Saying Hello

    rickchoi wrote:
    
    anand.t wrote: 

    I usually download shows and today I decided to watch it online and I found out that there is no Volume Control in the player Probably you guys should include that.

    One more question, what technology do you guys use to stream the videos? When I right click on the player it says save as jpeg. I was thinking it might be wmv or flash.

    Btw looking forward for the whole interview.



    I also like to download and watch the shows.

    I guess it's kinda trend or option that can be taken by video contents publisher NOT to include volume control in player panel. You would also see the player w/o volume control on Channel10 (on10.net) site. Maybe it's giving a watcher a default/current sound (volume) setting of pc, disallowing any change of setting thru the player.

    The image we see on the page when we open it and when we try to save using right-click would be a palyerPreviewImage to represent the specific video content in overall, I guess. Oh, these guys use mms (mms://) streaming for sure with wmv file inside, along with activex control and ole object stuff for player, I guess. (All of my guess coming from page source )

    BTW, also looking forward to the rest of interviews. ^^


    looks like some real hardwork. But I wonder why they shoudl do this. Probably wanna make it OS and browser independent. Probably I should try if the online player will work if no mms support is available

    Btw ya, I also wanted to point one more thing, having 4 parts each 6 mins long is kinda boring. Probably you should have 2 * 20 instead.      
  • MSDN Wiki Projects - #1 - Saying Hello

    I usually download shows and today I decided to watch it online and I found out that there is no Volume Control in the player Expressionless Probably you guys should include that.

    One more question, what technology do you guys use to stream the videos? When I right click on the player it says save as jpeg. I was thinking it might be wmv or flash. Smiley

    Btw looking forward for the whole interview.