#2 Direct Show Filters for third party Apps

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Direct Show Filters for third party Apps

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  • Ingo Ralf Blum
    Ingo Ralf Blum
    2001-09-08

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    Can you be more specific.

     
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    For example, look at VirtualDub or www.showshifter.com.
    Those are Direct Show apps that can deal with directx show
    filters, if for example the OGG codec is exposed as a
    direct show filter, third party apps could use it.

    My prymary interest is that I am developing a TV
    application for capturing in real time. Right now I am able
    to create a video stream with Video-DIVX/Audio-MP3.
    I would love to create Video-DIVX/Audio-OGG. That way the
    resulting video will be completely open source based.

     
  • Ingo Ralf Blum
    Ingo Ralf Blum
    2001-09-09

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    Can you point me to a VirtualDub version, that uses
    DirectShow. Probably a new version. All versions up to
    1.4.7.13130 use ACM drivers, which are very limited.

    Besides that there are already the follwing components
    available, but as the headline in the download section
    says, they are disabled:

    DirectShow filters:

    VorbisStreamEncoder
    VorbisCompressor
    VorbisStreamDecoder
    VorbisDecompressor

    and a Vorbis ACM driver (compress only), which can be used
    in VirtualDub.

    The latter three will be reenabled in 0.0.7 and the first 2
    in 0.0.8. The Audio/VorbisStream format is now fixed, since
    NanDub and MPlayer have integrated support for it now. The
    Audio/VorbisPackets is currently only used internally and
    will change until 0.0.8.

    Some questions:

    What is the stream format in your videos? AVIs with timed
    indexes, Ogg? How do you remove the video noise in
    realtime? Is you application open source.

    Regards,

    Ingo