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I have a managed dll that captures webcam video with Directshow. I could easily display the video in .NET 2.0 by drawing on the background of the panel. There is just an abstract Panel in .NET 3.0, other Panels (Dockable,..) have no Graphic object I could draw with nor any background I could set my images to.

I tried the following:

BitmapSource bitmap = BitmapSource.Create(320, 240,
96, 96, PixelFormats.Rgb24, null,
Streaming.samplePointer, 357480, 320 * 3);

dockPanel1.Background = new ImageBrush(bitmap);
dockPanel1.InvalidateVisual();

It didn't work. It just fills my memory periodically if I observe Task Manager, but it displays nothing. And streaming works perfectly well under 2.0 by drawing on a Panel. What should I do? How is this situation supposed to be handled in 3.0?
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