From: John Kopplin <j_kopplin@ho...> - 2003-04-15 16:05:35
I have some code I originally developed using Visual C++
that displays the contents of .AVI files (i.e. movies).
This code employs Microsoft's MCI ("media control
interface") where commands are issued to the video driver
This code depends upon the digitalv.h header file
(supplied with Visual C++) for the definitions of
a bunch of macros and structs such as:
I searched the Internet and was able to find a few
references to digitalv.h in Gnu environments, but
I couldn't find the actual ported file.
I went ahead and copied Microsoft's version of
digitalv.h into my MinGW environment and the code
then compiled and ran. The .AVI files played without
So I have 2 questions. Has anybody prepared a MinGW
version of digitalv.h? And if not, what do I have
to do to legally develop such a thing. It evidently
won't be hard since the digitalv.h file consists
solely of #define statements and struct definitions.
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