EDB Smooth Streaming module for Orchard

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The EDB Smooth Streaming module allows you to add adaptive video streaming to your Orchard website using the Smooth Streaming IIS Media Services extension. It supports conversion of video files to the Smooth Streaming format using Expression Encoder Pro in one easy step.

http://edbsmoothstreaming.codeplex.com/

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