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RTP and DirectShow

RTP and DirectShow

RTP and DirectShow

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I'm receiving a RTP stream (mpeg1): I'm able to print it to the console (but not a great idea!). I'm now trying to display it with some kind of video renderer in DirectShow. Anyone has an idea how to do it?

thx!

RE: RTP and DirectShow

I think you would have to make a source filter that receives the frames from RTP and pushes them into a DirectShow filter graph, and then build a filter graph that looks like:

source -> MPEG video decoder -> video renderer

Who knows, maybe someone has already written a filter that pushes frames from RTP into a DirectShow filter graph?  A quick Google search led me to this page, it looks like there are some leads you could follow here:  http://www.learningwebservices.com/community/messageboard/Thread.aspx?tabindex=12&id=385

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