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Free Microsoft Expression Encoder 3

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Scroll to the bottom of the page and you will see an option to download the limited version (not trial version) of Microsoft Expression Encoder

Its totally free and you don't need any reg keys
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#1
With Microsoft Expression Encoder, you can import and encode video files, produce live webcasts, enhance media with watermarks and advertising, and publish with Microsoft Silverlight. :thumbsup:
#2
its a limited feature version
#3
Still not bad for free though?
#4
well you said full version in the op...
banned#5
Yes, he did say full version.....
#6
Can't grumble for nowt though... And seems to have been corrected.

Cheers op!
#7
deathtrap3000
well you said full version in the op...
Put this b
ack in.

http://www.gettingdownunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/baby-dummy.thumbnail.jpg
#8
Can't find any link on page.
#9
raefil;8105164
Put this b
ack in.

http://www.gettingdownunder.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/baby-dummy.thumbnail.jpg


wow you went to the effort of finding that pic and posting it on here, even the guy had a point...now thats commitment
#10
Plum
Can't find any link on page.


Yep - the go to page link doesn't go to the deal - here's the correct link: http://www.microsoft.com/expression/try-it/default.aspx#PageTop

Q: Is there a trial version of Expression Encoder 3?
A: Not exactly. Even better than a trial, there is a limited feature version of Expression Encoder 3 that is free and never expires and is currently available for download here. Some of the limits include the lack of some 3rd party codecs (e.g. h.264), no Smooth Streaming for IIS encoding and a 10 minute time limit on the length of screen captures.

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