Wpf (.net 3.0)

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  1. kenneta

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    Hi!

    I have start coding in WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) and wow what cool 3D stuff you can do, including showing several videos easy.



    But I see a limitation as the video source is Microsoft MediaPlayer, so how can I build my own graphs?

    I like to do a nice client for the TV server. Anyone knows if I can use DirectShowLib as a "player" in WPF or can I in C# build a filter (.ax) with my own graph that mediaplayer uses?

    Thanks!
     
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