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add infinate tee to a avi decompressor

add infinate tee to a avi decompressor

add infinate tee to a avi decompressor

filter -> avi decompressor -> vid window


filter -> avi decompressor -> int pin tee filter >vid window

RE: add infinate tee to a avi decompressor

You can certainly do this, it is easy to do with GraphEdit.  If you're trying to do this in a program using the filter graph manager, just create and add the filters  to the graph and connect the pins manually.  I'd like to offer more advice but you didn't say what exactly the problem is.

RE: add infinate tee to a avi decompressor

thanks for responding
  ,i thought it was clear what i wanted but obviously not.
and can see ive miss spelled the ( int /infinate)
what connects automatically is filter->avi decompressor->video window.

i want to stick an infinate pin tee filter after the avi decompressor.

 yes its all easy to do with graph edit.

 but i want to do it in code. and havent figured it out.

im also interested in knowing how to add in a  avi decompressor into a graph.

again its dead easy with graph edit .

 i want to do it in code

RE: add infinate tee to a avi decompressor

If you create the infinite tee filter and add it to the graph first (IFilterGraph::AddFilter), the graph manager will include it in the graph when you render the file (IGraphBuilder::Render or IGraphBuilder::RenderFile).

To add the AVI decompressor to a graph by hand, just create an instance of it (CLSID_AVIDec) and add it to the graph (IFilterGraph::AddFilter).

If you add filters to the graph first, then use the Render or RenderFile methods of IGraphBuilder, you shouldn't have to worry about connecting pins or anything.  IGraphBuilder does that all for you.

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