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Using DShow Renderer in DirectX app.

Using DShow Renderer in DirectX app.

Using DShow Renderer in DirectX app.

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Dear All !

I am a newbie in DirectX app development, although have a good experience with DShow.

The problem is that I don't know how to use DShow Renderer (for example to view or preview the movie or capture device output), because it requires a window (HWND and other stuff), but there is no such a thing in DirectX.

I mean, how to create and attach or solder in window, which has a HWND and affilated properties to the DirectX app ? I use DirectX for advanced user interface, it finished, but I cant understand how to render a DShow graph in it. It requires owner's HWND, and child's (output) HWND as well..

Sorry for possible nonsense.

Respectfully:
Zubaziga.

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