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To start Windows Media Encoder from the command line, use the following steps:
The Windows Media Encoder 9 Series also supports a command line script (Wmcmd.vbs) for encoding. Although you can start the encoder with by using methods listed in the "Summary" section, this script offers more options to control the encoding process.
For more information about Windows Media Encoder, refer to the Help documentation that is included with Windows Media Encoder.
Article ID: 294387 - Last Review: November 21, 2003 - Revision: 3.0
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