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Introduction to D3DImage

, 11 Aug 2008
.NET 3.5 SP1 is here! It's time to break out your DirectX skills. This article provides the information necessary to get started using a new DirectX interop feature in WPF called D3DImage.
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D3DImageSample.zip
D3DImageSample
D3DImageSample
Forest.jpg
D3DScene
D3DImageSample_Binaries.zip
Binaries (Requires .NET 3.5 SP1 and June 2008 DirectX Binaries)
D3DImageSample.exe
D3DScene.dll

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