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MS default MPEG-2 demux not working in graphedit

MS default MPEG-2 demux not working in graphedit

MS default MPEG-2 demux not working in graphedit

Guys! I am trying to test an application in graphedit which looks like this
FileSource(Async) -> MPEG2-Demux(default)->Elecard Video Decoder -> video Renderer.

The MPEG2-Demux is not connecting to a .ts /.mpg /.avi file sources. What am I doing wrong? Please help!!


RE: MS default MPEG-2 demux not working in graphedit

What error code are you getting when you try to connect the file source to MPEG2-Demux?

Did you make sure to turn off "Connect Intelligent" under the "Graph" menu first?  Sometimes if it is turned on, and you have a buggy filter installed, it can interfere with the connection process of two filters that would normally connect together just fine.

Also, are you sure the file you have is really an MPEG-2 system stream, and not MPEG-1?

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