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Playlist without black between files

Playlist without black between files

Playlist without black between files

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 Hello, I am a beginner with DirectShow and please somebody give me a solution to make a playlist and play the files (wich have the some codec and compression) without pause (or black between files from list).

 Thanks for your time

      JTS

RE: Playlist without black between files

That's generally an issue of preloading the data from the file into memory before its playtime actually starts, then start streaming from that buffer. How simple this is to accomplish with DirectShow, I'm afraid I don't know. I use more D3D than anything. If you know the API and the theory, things fall into place (right? )

Sorry I couldn't be more help.

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