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sample sourcecode to create a source filter to play asf/wmv/wma files

sample sourcecode to create a source filter to play asf/wmv/wma files

sample sourcecode to create a source filter to play asf/wmv/wma files

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Hi ,

I am also working on playing asf/wmv/wma files.
i am developing an application in which the windows media files will be encoded using an algorithmn ,split into 10 mb files and be uploaded to the server.Then these contents can be downloaded.while downloading these contents into the player these files will be decoded using the same algorithmn again.Then in play button click i have added the CLSID_WMAsfReader filter and then i call render function to render the stream.I am using the direct show 9 sdk .but when i am trying to render the stream it says  "No combination of filters could be found to render the stream.".I am using the async filter given in the dXSDK/samples folder.
should i write a separate source filter in order to render the pins of the wmv content?Can anyone help me solve this problem.If i have to write a separate filter can u tell me how to do so.Can u help me i am in great need .

thanks in advance
homihachiman
 

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