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DirectShow -> Version? C# oder C++?

DirectShow -> Version? C# oder C++?

DirectShow -> Version? C# oder C++?

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Hello,

i will develop a videoplayer with the demulitplexer in directshow.
Which Version of DirectX is better? DirectX 8 or 9?
Can i develop with C# or is it better to develop in C++?

Thank you for your help!

Best regards
Heiko Priebe

RE: DirectShow -> Version? C# oder C++?

I'm definately no expert, but from what I hear, DirectX is a bit faster with C++ than with C#, but the difference is almost unnoticable.  So use whichever you feel like using.  As for Dx8 or 9, I'd say 8 because not everyone has 9 yet, but there may be good reasons to use 9.  I don't know too much about DirectX, so sorry I can't give good advice.

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