MMP Player Framework 2.7 (Silverlight and WP7)

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 40871
Released: Jun 11, 2012
Updated: Jun 11, 2012 by mdowney
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Additional Downloads

  • SMFv2.7 Full Installer (MSI) - This will install everything you need in order to develop your own SMF player application, including the IIS Smooth Streaming Client. It only includes the assemblies. If you want the source code please follow the link above.
  • Smooth Streaming Sample Player - This is a pre-built player that includes support for IIS Smooth Streaming. You can configure the player to playback your content by simplying editing a configuration file - no need to compile.

Notes:
  • For more information about the WP7 API and supported functionality read SMF v2 for Windows Phone
  • To use MMPPF with IIS Smooth Streaming you must download the IIS Smooth Streaming Client 2.0.
  • The .CHM file in the API DOCUMENTATION download may need to be unblocked. Just right click on the file, select "Properties", and choose "Unblock".

Fixes/Updates
  • SSME 2.0 support (supports new APIs)
  • Silverlight 5 progressive video trickplay support
  • Various bug fixes

Reviews for this release

     
Excellent. But, how to customize the user control theme? And how to set the user control autohide when viewing fullscreen?
by dinhkhanh on Oct 23, 2013 at 7:43 AM
     
Excellent. Light-weight and loaded with most of the features I wanted.
by snowhel on Oct 29, 2012 at 10:20 AM