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  • Blog Post: Job record limit for Windows Azure Media Encoder

    Job record limit for Windows Azure Media Encoder After processing a large number of videos with the Windows Azure Media Encoder you may see an error in the portal that says, "This account has reached the limit of 50,000 jobs." You see this error when you try to submit a new job. If you are using the...
  • Blog Post: Error 400 Bad Request when using CloudMediaContext with Azure Media Services

    When I was developing my first Azure Media Services application based on the how-to guide , I had a problem when I tried to initialize the CloudMediaContext. I was using code similar to: string accountName = "MyAccount" ; string accountKey = "abcdef12-3456-7890-abcd-ef1234567890" ; CloudMediaContext...
  • Blog Post: Azure Media Services is live!

    In April Microsoft announced Azure Media Services at NAB in Las Vegas. This enables encoding, encrypting, and hosting in the cloud. No longer do you have to rely on the processing power of a single (or small number) of encoding machines to convert your media assets. Yesterday the preview for this...
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