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Millumin :: create audiovisual shows Understanding Merit to Optimize Playback - andy vt's blog I’m going to assume some familiarity with DirectShow and how it works, but if miss that mark and don’t explain something that isn’t common knowledge please let me know and I’ll dig into it further. There is a ton of really good information about DirectShow on MSDN and other places, so I don’t want to spend too much time explaining topics that have already been covered. DirectShow uses graphs (where the graph in GraphEdit comes from) to control playback, applications add filters to the graph to actually render the content. Filters do all the work in a graph; extracting data from the container (mkv, asf, dvr-ms, etc), decoding it, and rendering it. When an application builds the playback graph, it can explicitly add all the filters, rely completely on DirectShow’s Intelligent Connect (IC) feature, or a little of both. When using IC, the graph orders filters by merit and tests them to see if they support the type it’s looking for before allowing it to actually join the graph.

10 Best Software VJ 10 Best Software for Visual Performance Artist The task of selecting software for live audio-visual performances can become overwhelming, given the wide variety of solutions that are available. As is true of choosing anything, you need to understand what you need. VJamm VJamm made by Camart Ltd., described by the software publisher as a “piano for sound and vision.” Providing a comprehensive audio-visual solution, VJamm is reputed among VJ’s as having one of the most accurate time-bases which make it highly suitable for professional presentations – clip stretching and other clip calisthenics. There are add-ons that can be downloaded such as VJamm Blueprint which is an intuitive tool for creating attractive visual improvisations on-the-fly. But VJamm is for Windows PCs only. AVmixer Pro A good choice for starters, Neuromixer’s AVmixer Pro fits somewhere midway between VJamm and VJamm Pro. The interface is attractive as well as intuitive. As mentioned above, for Windows and Mac OSX users.

PixelConduit vvvv Something like Syphon on Windows (currently called Wyphon) Hi ft, thank you for your reply ! Actually, it's not a pure C++ project because i couldn't get a sample program to work, as i didn't (and still don't) know how to use the callbacks. So i've created a C++ / CLR (.NET) project that calls C# methods. This way, i can get both C++ code and C# code running, and i use the WyphonDotNet lib because this way i understand how to use the callbacks. I've already looked up in the headers files from the repository, but still couldn't find a way to create a simple project with simple callbacks.. So maybe it would be too much to ask, but it would be really helping if you could post a sample C++ project with all initialisation and callbacks functionning, so i can understand the full workflow. For the DX11 stuff, i didn't try anything yet, so i will be quick : Adobe AIR is dealing with OpenGL from what i know, so i won't be able to access directly the resources it creates. What do you think ? Thanks again for you work and dedication