Yeah Sorry for posting at two places.
But the code that was to be implemented is not returning an image, as I implemented that in my code.
So I just wrote it as a new question instead revising the old one.
I'm new in DirectShow programming, and after more than week of reading a lot and trying to understand some of the concepts, without a luck I'm asking my question:
I used the filter EZRGB24 from Microsoft SDK and changed it according to my need and checked it out with graphedit to see it works.
Now I need to use this filter in my code.
1. How can I use some filters in row?
2. Can I use the buffers of the last filter in my code? I don't need to save the stream or display it.
VS 2003 does not support the 64-bit compiler out of the box.
You can however, install the latest Microsoft SDK and use the 64-bit compiler that comes along with it.
But it is recommended to go for VS2005, which supports building 64-bit applications out of the box.
«_Superman_» I love work. It gives me something to do between weekends.