Contents tagged with Expression

  • Microsoft Expression Web 3 Service Pack 2

    Posted by bink on April 6 2010, 2:37 PM. Posted in Expression.

    Expression Web 3 SP2 contains general improvements to the application and to SuperPreview. You can get a more complete description of Expression Web 3 SP2, including a list of issues that were fixed, in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article "Description of Expression Web 3 Service Pack 2." You can install Expression Web 3 SP2 if you have either Expression Web 3 or Expression Web 3 with Service Pack 1 installed. Expression Web 3 SP2 includes SuperPreview support for Firefox 3.6 along with improved stability when working with CSS, PHP, and PDF files.

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  • Microsoft Expression Web 3 Service Pack 1

    Posted by bink on November 24 2009, 3:35 AM. Posted in Expression.

    Microsoft Expression Web 3 Service Pack 1 (SP1) contains significant fixes and improvements in publishing, SuperPreview, file management, extensibility, and other areas of the program. You can get a more complete description of SP1, including a list of issues that were fixed, in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 976594: Description of the Microsoft Expression Web 3 Service Pack 1.

    SP1 includes improvements developed as a result of user input from Microsoft Connect, such as support for custom Windows colors, improved text selection, and better performance.

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  • Expression Studio 3 LAUNCHED

    Posted by sumeethevans on July 25 2009, 3:27 AM. Posted in Expression.

    We announced the official launch of Expression® Studio 3, a suite of professional design tools for creating Rich Internet Applications. This announcement comes shortly after the July 10th Silverlight 3 launch and the availability of the release candidate for Expression Blend 3 + SketchFlow. It is super exciting for us on the Expression Web, Expression Design, Expression Blend + SketchFlow, and Expression Encoder teams to showcase the final versions for the 3rd release of the Studio. Below are various links to the trials, blog posts and other info from the Expression Studio 3 site, community site,  team blogs, and forums. Stay tuned for upcoming related blog posts!  Expression Studio 3 Overview Video

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  • Microsoft Expression Studio 2 Ships, Advancing Superior Developer and Designer Collaboration

    Posted by sumeethevans on May 2 2008, 4:09 AM. Posted in Expression.

    Microsoft today delivered on its commitment to rapid innovation for the newest Microsoft platforms and latest Web technologies by announcing the release of Expression Studio 2.

    The suite of professional design tools includes Expression Web 2, Expression Blend 2, Expression Design 2, Expression Media 2 and Expression Encoder 2 and works seamlessly with Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008, solving the age-old designer and developer workflow challenge. The innovations in Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML), used by both Expression Studio and Visual Studio, allow for unprecedented designer-developer collaboration for the creation of both standards-based and Microsoft Silverlight-enhanced Web experiences as well as Windows Vista and .NET Framework 3.5 client applications.

    In line with the team’s commitment to short release cycles, Expression Studio 2 is coming to market one year after the last release with major updates to each product. The products together contain more than 100 new features and introduce new Microsoft Silverlight functionality for creating stunning cross-browser, cross-platform Web experiences. Key features include the following:

    • Expression Web 2 adds support for PHP and Adobe Photoshop import based on customer feedback. • Expression Blend 2, in addition to Silverlight support, adds vertex animation and an improved user interface with a new split design/XAML view.  • Expression Design 2 adds improved exporting functionality including the ability to export slices.  • Expression Media 2 is a robust digital asset management solution for photographers and other creative professionals. It adds support for the latest file formats including RAW, provides geotagging functionality, and is supported by Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office for Mac 2008.  • Expression Encoder 2 is now a core offering of the suite. It allows creative and Web professionals to optimize almost any type of video content quickly for publishing on the Web, either in streaming video, rich-media advertising or other Web 2.0 projects. This groundbreaking release brings creative professionals fully into the application development process, accelerating time to market, minimizing resource use and improving return on investment for new projects. A full overview of features is available at http://www.microsoft.com/expression/features.

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  • Expression Studio 2 Beta launched

    Posted by vasudev on March 6 2008, 10:36 AM. Posted in Expression.

    The beta version ofExpression Studio 2 includes Expression Web, Expression Blend, Expression Design, Expression Media and Expression Encoder.  This release continues to enable building rich client applications with WPF and also helps designers target Silverlight for delivering stunning web applications.<o:p></o:p>

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    There are many exciting new features in this release.  For example, Expression Web allows you to design PHP documents in addition to ASP.NET 3.5, opening the door for a new range of designers to create their standards-based designs using Microsoft tools.  Expression Blend has an improved interface that speeds up your workflow and facilitates navigating your documents more quickly with the new breadcrumb toolbar.  Expression Design includes an advanced slicing feature that helps you target individual slices as separate formats, including Silverlight canvas, WPF canvas, WPF resource dictionary, HTML comp, XAML, PSD, and PDF.  Expression Media makes digital asset management easy by allowing you to import more than 100 different media formats using drag-and-drop, including digital camera RAW files, then share the resulting catalogue with fellow team members.   Finally, Expression Encoder has higher quality and faster encoding for Silverlight and the ability to perform simple video edits

     

    To enable designers to begin exploring the power of Silverlight 2, today we also released Expression Blend 2.5 March 2008 Preview, a pre-release of the next version of Blend (post Expression Studio 2) that will eventually ship alongside Silverlight 2. As Silverlight and other platform technologies continue to advance, we will regularly release refreshes of our developer and designer tooling.

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  • Expression Encoder team blog

    Posted by sumeethevans on March 1 2008, 5:57 AM. Posted in Expression.

    Welcome to the new Expression Encoder team blog!  As Charles says in the video, we plan on posting a bunch for hints and tips over the coming weeks.  We also encourage you to give us your feedback.

    All of our video blog posts are made with Expression Encoder and published using Silverlight on the Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live video hosting service.

    We are currently hard at work on the next release and look forward to sharing the details soon.  Thanks for watching / reading!

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  • Microsoft Expression Design Service Pack 1

    Posted by sumeethevans on October 18 2007, 4:26 PM. Posted in Expression.

    Expression Design Service Pack 1 (SP1) is an update to Expression Design. If you are currently using the trial version of Expression Design, simply download and install this service pack and continue to use the trial. If you have purchased Expression Design, download and install this service pack to update your copy of Expression Design.You can get specific information about the SP1 update in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article (942686), Description of Expression Design Service Pack 1, or the Microsoft Knowledge Base article (942685), Issues that are fixed in Expression Design by Expression Design Service Pack 1. An updated User Guide is also available for Expression Design SP1. To install the updated User Guide, see Expression Design Service Pack 1 User Guide and follow the instructions. Help us improve Expression Design by reporting any technical issues. For more insight into Expression Design, please see the Expression team blog. Download At Source

  • Expression Encoder v1.0 is released! (and what's new)

    Posted by sumeethevans on September 6 2007, 7:21 PM. Posted in Expression, SilverLight.

    Today the Expression Encoder team is releasing Expression Encoder v1.0 (the product formerly known as Expression Media Encoder).  It is a proud moment for us since we are the first Microsoft product group to ship an application targeting the Silverlight platform.

    Owners of both Expression Studio as well as Expression Media can use their product keys to unlock the RTM release.  The same download will work as a 180 day trial from http://www.microsoft.com/expression/products/download.aspx?key=encoder

    For those that have played with the preview release, I've compiled a list of new stuff to look out for.  There are a few more goodies coming out to support the release over the next couple of weeks that I'll be reporting here.

    What's New in Expression Encoder RTM:

    Live encoding.  We've demoed the live encoding functionality but this was not included in the public preview of xEncoder.  Today you can get your hands on this.  Live encoding mode lets you stream from webcams, and file sources direct to file archive and live network stream.  In addition to what was shown previously, we've added:

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  • Microsoft Expression Blend 2 August Preview

    Posted by sumeethevans on August 16 2007, 9:43 PM. Posted in Expression.

    We are pleased to present our next preview of Expression Blend 2. The Expression Blend 2 August Preview allows you to create Silverlight-based applications. Additionally, you can export content from Microsoft® Expression® Design in a format that can be used in Silverlight-based applications that you create in Expression Blend 2 August Preview. You may also find Microsoft® Expression® Media Encoder Preview to be helpful when working with video, Silverlight, and Expression Blend 2 August Preview. Learn more about Silverlight and its community today. Find out more about what's new in this preview...Help us improve Expression Blend 2 by reporting any technical issues. For more insight into Expression Blend, please see the Expression team blog.Download At Source
  • Expression Blend2 August Preview Product Key

    Posted by sumeethevans on August 1 2007, 4:03 PM. Posted in Expression.

    If you installed Expression Blend2 August Preview you probably noticed the splash screen prompts you for a product key...even giving you a link to get this key.   Unfortunately there was a little confusion with the folks that built the splash screen as Blend 2 August Preview comes pre-keyed which is good through Oct 31.  Unfortunately the link the splash screen directs you to doesn't have a key as there are no keys for this build.

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  • Microsoft Expression Media Reader (Mac)

    Posted by sumeethevans on July 25 2007, 8:01 AM. Posted in Expression.

    Expression Media Reader is a free application that enables you to share Expression Media catalogs with anyone on the Macintosh or Windows platform who may not own Expression Media. Expression Media users create catalogs that they can subsequently save and distribute, along with the original images, if they choose. Users who do not own Expression Media can then use Expression Media Reader to view, label, rate, and add comments to the distributed catalogs. Expression Media Reader opens catalogs written by Expression Media, iView Media, and MediaPro 1.5, 2.x or 3.x. and is also compatible with all the files that Expression Media can open. In addition, Expression Media Reader features the Slide Show function included in Expression Media. For more information about Expression Media, visit the Microsoft Expression website. Download At Source
  • Microsoft Expression Media Reader (Windows)

    Posted by bink on July 16 2007, 2:03 PM. Posted in Expression.

    Expression Media Reader is a free application that enables you to share Expression Media catalogs with anyone on the Macintosh or Windows platform who may not own Expression Media. Expression Media users create catalogs that they can subsequently save and distribute, along with the original images, if they choose. Users who do not own Expression Media can then use Expression Media Reader to view, label, rate, and add comments to the distributed catalogs. Expression Media Reader opens catalogs written by Expression Media, iView Media, and MediaPro 1.5, 2.x or 3.x. and is also compatible with all the files that Expression Media can open. In addition, Expression Media Reader features the Slide Show function included in Expression Media. For more information about Expression Media, visit the Microsoft Expression website. Installation Instructions
    1. Download and install Apple Quicktime® 7.1.5 (19.0 MB).
    2. Click the Continue button above to register (optional), and then download Expression Media Reader for Windows.

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