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- Microsoft Lync Server 15 (Technical Preview)
- Microsoft Corporation
- Microsoft Real Time Media Office AirSpace Video Renderer
- %PROGFILES64%\Microsoft Office\Office15
- Operating System:
- Windows 7
- March 6, 2012
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This dynamic linking library serves as the Real Time Media Office AirSpace Video Renderer for Microsoft Windows rendering engine - the library caries functions and methods for video rendering.(id: 18479191)
"Airspace" is a conceptual way of thinking about how the two halves of an interoperation application share the rendering areas within a common top-level window. This topic explains how the "airspace" concept might influence the presentation design as well as the input considerations for your WPF interoperation application.
More information about the AirSpace and windows overlaying can be checked here : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa970688(v=vs.85).aspx
Info for the general video renderer can be found here : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms694916(v=vs.85).aspx