I'm a Windows Media Center user and developer, and I've found a small problem when it comes to FLVSplitter and some of it's friends.
FLVSplitter will not compile in 64 bit - at least I can't seem to make it do so.
While this isn't an IMMEDIATE problem for Windows Media Player (since Windows Vista includes both 64 and 32 bit versions of the player), I've found that it IS a problem for Windows Media Center, since there is ONLY a 64 bit version of Media Center installed with Windows, and 64 bit processes are unable to use 32 bit Directshow filters.
Are you putting any work into a x64 version of your splitters and filters?
Log in to post a comment.