The native Windows Media Audio/Video decoding/encoding support has been added, with the new Windows Media decoder source and Windows Media encoder backend. This will make MediaCoder possible to transcode any supported audio/video formats to the latest Windows Media Video 9/Windows Media Audio 9.1 and even Windows Media Lossless, which was having many limits before. Though I’m definitely not in any favor of M$’s A/V codec (fully closed), I must admit the fact that the support for it is needed by many users who has a Zune or a Pocket PC.
I also added a new XUL-based Windows Media configuration dialog. XUL is really a nice thing. If you are interested in XUL too, you can find the source code in htdocs\wmcfg.
The Zune extension is also updated, though I don’t have a Zune to test, but just simply added the Windows Media option which was absent before.
The new Windows Media decoding/encoding is still experimental. Waiting for your feedbacks.