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Mark Duffill

VideOh avc 2010 Mpeg2/DirectShow and filters magic

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Hi All, Background: At work we have a audio+video capture/preview utility written in house. Previewing and capturing at full resolution is a CPU killer if done in software, so I suggested a hardware encoding card as it does all the grunt work on card freeing up the CPU. We got the Adaptec VideOh! PCI (AVC-2010) card, this does the job a treat, but only works with the supplied software. The supplied software works fine but lacks some features the users want that is in our utility, basically on the fly screen shots and bigger preview window for the video. Problem: Anyhow the in house utility is based on direct show and works fine with other capture devices, but not the AVC-2010. It just gets a media_video error when trying to initalise a filter/graph and that. So has anyone experienced this problem before and know of the solution? I feel it has something to do with the card spurting out MPEG2 data instead of the normal streams and thus might need the direct show filter graph changing to work with it. However as always is the case its seems hard to find any source that shows how to configue such things. Any help or examples would be appreciated! Mark.

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