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Problem to run DirectShow samples on VS.Net?

Problem to run DirectShow samples on VS.Net?

Problem to run DirectShow samples on VS.Net?

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Hi, I am implementing an video capture/streaming application on .Net using C# for my school project. Firstly I want to learn the filters in DirectShow, and then find a way to wrap them up or write my own code in C#.

But when I try to run the filter samples in DirectShow from DirectX 9, such as the Ball filter and Async Filter on my VS.NET, they are first requited be converted from VC++ 6.0 to 7.0. And after that, they cannot be complied at all, generating a lot of errors, and I even donno where are these errors come from.

Can someone help me to figure out this? Thanks a lot!

RE: Problem to run DirectShow samples on VS.Net?

What type of errors are u getting?   Did add the lib and include directories for Direct X into the Visual studio?
Second, i believe that those examples us the strmbasd.lib
which u have to create.  Go to the base classes directory
in the DXSDK\SAMPLES\C++\DIRECTSHOW\Base clases (i believe), compile the project and copy the libary over.

Hope this helps
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