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WPF 3.5 SP1 Deployment with Troy Martez

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Troy Martez and Dr. Sneath go on a deep dive into the new client deployment options available in WPF 3.5 SP1.  Interesting new features include the Client Profile (something like a "diet .NET Framework") which allows for smaller setup packages and new customizations during the installation process.

Looking for more than deployment? Check out the WPF 3.5 SP1 Overview video

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    The Discussion

    • aL_

      cool Smiley

      btw i heard kevins name there in the beginning.. is there a hardware accelerated blurred rippeling kevin button video coming? Big Smile

    • Tim Sneath

      Different Kevin this time - Kevin Gjerstad, not Kevin Moore!

      We'll figure a way to get the KevinButton in there for another time, certainly.

      (For those of you who don't know what Al is talking about, check out the following video: http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=222817#222817)

      Tim

    • daytrip00
      I remember complaining about deployment in the Coffeehouse when .NET 3.5 came out and was pretty much hammered on for being an idiot who had no ability to manage deployments.

      Kudos to you guys for getting this done!  Maybe we'll be able to use .NET 3.5 after all!
    • aL_
      Tim Sneath wrote:
      
      Different Kevin this time - Kevin Gjerstad, not Kevin Moore!
      We'll figure a way to get the KevinButton in there for another time, certainly.


      hehe ok, cant wait Smiley

      are there more efefcts videos coming? that would be great Smiley

      also, how did the accelerator guys do? a video with them (or any other way to use the gpu for gp computing from .net) would awsome awsome stuff:)
    • Ben Hayat
      Just cirious; Are you guys using two cameras and recording both at the same time and then at edit time switch to each person by just pasting one section from one camera to another section from another camera?

      The result is much much better than constantly moving and trying the focus from one person to another.

      Thank you guys (especially to Dr. Sir Sneath) for bringing passion to these interviews.

      ..Ben


    • AdamKinney
      Yes, I used two cameras during the interviews and then just switched between the video outputs while maintaining the same audio track.

      The first step is to sync the two audio tracks so noone looks like they are lip synching.  Then remove the weaker audio track and decide when it would be best to switch, typically when the interviewer is asking a question.

      Definitely fun stuff once you get going Smiley
    • Ben Hayat
      Nice work Adam;

      You read my mind, I was leading to the audio track issue. You did a very nice job on the audio track.

      Are you part of Channel 9 now? Your work looks real good. And looks like you guys got some decent camers now, none of that "Consumer" stuff... Big Smile

      ..Ben

      p.s. Can't wait for Silverlight week (let's make it a month)!
    • Nidonocu
      Uh.. I have a question, where the heck is the bootstrapper and its related documentation?

      Short of the little client-only framework subset checkbox on the project properties, I can't find any docs, blog postings or anything on how to create the boostrapper installer or implement it in ClickOnce or otherwise.

      Help o_O
    • staceyw
      AdamKinney wrote:
      Yes, I used two cameras during the interviews and then just switched between the video outputs while maintaining the same audio track.

      The first step is to sync the two audio tracks so noone looks like they are lip synching.  Then remove the weaker audio track and decide when it would be best to switch, typically when the interviewer is asking a question.

      Definitely fun stuff once you get going


      I have wondered on this stuff from time to time.  During the edit process, it would seem to be nice if there was some way to get a Start marker via sound or keyframe that would auto sync the two video inputs.  Then you could just mute the second audio track or flip between them as the video flips.  Should this be a feature of Expression Encoder (or maybe already is)?  Thanks Adam.
    • jh71283
      So where can we see a list of what is included / dropped?

    • dragonshed
      Is the "WPF Client Profile" packaged seperately from the bootstrapper, so that existing 3rd party installations could simply execute the profile package and pipe it's feedback (similar to how the full .NET redistributable is silently executable)?

      The bootstrapper sounds like it will be very useful for new WPF apps where the developers don't yet have the deployment scenario  handled, but for existing apps, a client profile redistributable/package/whatever that could take the place of the existing redistributable would be fantastic..
    • AdamKinney
      @jh71283 - Here's the list of included assemblies you are looking for Client Profile List

      @dragonshed - Yes, you can package the install to run silently with your own app install.  You can find more info in the App Model video.
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