Windows Media Player 12, build up by Microsoft, is a future release of Windows Media Player, dominant Windows Media Player 11. It was first commenced in October 2008 at the 2008 Professional Developers Conference as well as has been released as division of the Windows 7 operating system.
It has local support for H.264, Xvid as well as DivX video with AAC audio. Microsoft has renowned AVCHD as one of the well-liked execution of H.264 encoding scheme, as well as has file extensions M2TS as well as MTS pre-registered in the system. Windows Media Player will be capable to guide content of these records, while Windows Explorer will be capable to make thumbnails for every clip.
Microsoft freshly declared sustain in Windows Media Player 12 for the .mov file format, which is built-in in the release candidate of Windows 7.
The highly developed Tag Editor (ID3 tag editor), which enables consumers to edit details relating to a WMA or else MP3 file, was detached. By editing media element in the Details pane, users can still achieve a few of the tasks they may have previously executed in Advanced Tag Editor. As well, the "Party mode" aspect from Media Player in Windows Vista has been detached in Windows 7.