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    Issues with Directshow playing WMV

    Hi.

    I am using the VMR9 to render video files. For rendering WMV, I am specifically adding the asf reader filter to the filter graph.

    many times, when playing wmv files, the audio sounds very...
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    Re: A question about DirectShow

    Sure, Yes. I believe you cannot modify the packets through the sample grabber, so ideally you would want to remove your "special" tone from the audio stream after detection - if so, then maybe...
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    Re: A question about DirectShow

    Yes, you can certainly do this.

    When you use DirectShow to render your video, you just need to create your own rendering filter for the audio part and then add it to the graph explicitly.

    If...
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    Re: Delete file at startup or shutdown

    Or,

    You could create a small script that does your file operations and then
    you can use control panel->scheduled tasks->Add scheduled task to add this as a recurring task.

    Although it is...
  5. How can we make the CG site even better...

    I happened to visit http://www.hardwaregeeks.com

    their site has such a shocking resemblance to CG - is CG affiliated with them in any way?

    But they do some cool stuff like display an msn or...
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    Re: linux C/C++ pipes programming

    http://www.google.com/search?q=bsd+sockets+tutorial&sourceid=mozilla-search&start=0&start=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official
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    Re: linux C/C++ pipes programming

    nope, you can use the BSD Sockets and communicate via TCP. TCP/IP requests made on the loopback interface (local machine) are as fast, if not faster than writing to a file.

    Welcome aboard...
  8. Re: PLEASE HELP - Is there know way to prevent FLASHing of AllocConsole() when hiding

    I use consoles this way all the time. never had any flashing issue. possible you are doing something off in your code. mind posting your code?
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    Re: Security Issues with .Net Remoting

    Your custom class needs to derive from System.MarshalByRefObject

    check this link for more info
    ...
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    Re: StrongNameIdentityPermission issue

    maybe this one?

    StackTrace.GetFrame(12).GetMethod().Name: System.Windows.Forms.UnsafeNativeMethods+IMsoComponentManager.FPushMessageLoop
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    Re: StrongNameIdentityPermission issue

    The assembly in question uses SecurityAction.Demand, which means that all callers either direct or indirect will have to have the right permission/identity.

    It is a good defense (although...
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    Re: Extension DLL problem

    My guess is that you are forgetting to link with MyDll.Lib
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    Re: Happy Birthday Darwen

    Happy Bday Bro...
  14. Re: Need Help Or Hints with _UNICODE conversion

    Boy! you seem to be getting all confused :-)

    For a start, here is how you solve the compiile error on line 28. Please note that I am not even thinking about the semantics and/or logical...
  15. Re: Need Help Or Hints with _UNICODE conversion

    I was talking about your first error message, it happens in the ctor in your header file at line 28.

    c:\projects\imapi.h(28) : error C2440: '=' : cannot convert from 'unsigned short *' to 'char *'
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    Re: 32bit Bitmap and AlphaBlend

    There are ways to do this. But I think GDI is not the best service to use for alpha blending.

    I do alpha blending using directX (Direct3D) - it is faster and more feature rich.

    I could give...
  17. Re: Need Help Or Hints with _UNICODE conversion

    your m_message.lpszSubject is a char*, and the subject is a TCHAR* which under unicode build becomes a wchar* - so thats yoru first error.

    use WideCharToMultiByte to convert subject to a char*
    ...
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    Re: Circular template dependency

    I dont see any circular dependency issues here. It would be a circular dependency issue only if the smartptr class needed to know the definition of your LinkedListObject class, which is not the case...
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    Re: Listing ProcName in a DLL

    Yup, Kirants is right on the mark, as usual...

    It was one of my favorite articles from one of my favorite authors - Matt P

    Here is the source code for his version of depends.

    Hope this...
  20. Re: multidimension array as function argument

    Did you know that the main function in C/C++ uses an argument which is in effect a multidimensional array ? check the argv parameter to main, it is typically declared as

    char *argv[]

    char...
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    Re: Video streaming!!!

    Q: You know what I say to any one who is just starting to learn DirectShow?

    A: GOOD LUCK, and Heart felt sympathies.... :-)

    Let me give you a news you may be interested in - starting from the...
  22. Thread: delete[]

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    Re: delete[]

    There is no way to check if a given memory location was "newed".... at least none that I know of. although you can check if a given memory location is "valid"/on the allocated heap - there are good...
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    Re: NULL pointer and void pointer?

    void is used to mean "Nothing", as in void foo() which means foo is a function that returns "Nothing".

    void* is used to mean "something that can be anything", as in void *foo() which means foo is...
  24. Re: Visual C++.net and C# integration Question

    Are you saying you do not know how to add a reference?

    Have you tried reading the link I sent, if you clicked on the very first topic, it shows you the steps required to add a reference to a...
  25. Re: Is this normally allowed in C++ or is it an MS language extension.

    VARIANT v = {0}; There is nothing non-standard about this. this is perfect, legal C++.

    You should check out the c++ standard, at least on topics like "Initializers" ...

    here is one place u can...
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