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Showing an animated image over running video

, 15 Sep 2006
An easy class which hides all nastiness of DirectShow, and helps in showing an image over playing video, and you can also control the image's transparency. Briefly described is how to do this all.


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tanvon malik
Pakistan Pakistan
tanvon malik ( real name Tanveer Ahmad )I am a CNC Programmer, cnc setter, cnc operator. want to know about me visit my blog.
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I been in Switzerland MAG former +FMS+ for CNC training.

Most interesting technologies I like COM MFC DirectShow such as filter development. I am from Pakistan.
Have worked on projects mostly related video capturing, video data processing and real time object tracking on videos. For these I have worked on projects which use "Open CV Library". Which is mostly used for capturing data and its processing.

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