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video renderer - not repaint

video renderer - not repaint

video renderer - not repaint

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  I've created a source filter that receives the packets from network and I connected with the decoder + video render. Everything work fine (if I can say that), except one - I don't see anything if I don't repaint the render's window.)
  My filter exposes the IAMFilterMiscFlags, and the pin IAMPushSource and I call:
       pGraphStream->SyncUsingStreamOffset ( FALSE );
       pIMediaFilter->SetSyncSource( NULL ); // !reference clock
   
   I return E_NOTIMPL from all IAMPushSource methods and at
    GetMiscFlags( void){
          return AM_FILTER_MISC_FLAGS_IS_SOURCE;
      }
Does someone meet this problem and give me some help?

Tks,
Mchg



RE: video renderer - not repaint

Had this problem before I think, I think the VMR7 requires that the video comes with a timestamp for each frame.

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