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directshow filter property problem

directshow filter property problem

directshow filter property problem

(OP)
Hello,
Is there any way to change the directshow filter's property without displaying the property page? I'd like to force a Vorbis decoder to output audio in the 16 bit format.

thanks for your help

RE: directshow filter property problem

There is no standard way.  It's up to the filter designer to dictate how properties of a filter are set.  Many filters expose a COM interface for getting and setting properties, and the property page is just a nice GUI front-end to this interface.  Check to see what interfaces the Vorbis decoder filter exposes.

RE: directshow filter property problem

(OP)
Thanks, vorbis doesn't provide anything for that. but I found another way to do what I wanted. thanks anyway

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