Status : Multimedia section
R.J.Shearman at warwick.ac.uk
Tue Dec 2 10:55:56 CST 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wine-devel-admin at winehq.org [mailto:wine-devel-admin at winehq.org]On
> Behalf Of Tom
> Sent: 02 December 2003 09:50
> To: Boaz Harrosh
> Cc: Wine Development
> Subject: Re: Status : Multimedia section
> Boaz Harrosh wrote:
> > What about the DirectShow and DMO side of things. Should they not be
> > listed to complete the Multimedia picture?
> DirectShow = Quartz.dll
> And DirectShow is listed under the DirectX section of the status page
> as Quartz.dll is a part of DirectX.
> But have no fear, I plan to expand the DirectX section next
> and list msdmo, devenum, d3d9 and so on. :-)
> But in the future im going to just go with Quartz.dll and not DirectShow
> as people ask me to also list quartz......
> > Mainly the filters in Quartz.dll and other basic filters that come with
> > the OS.
> If you can code im sure Robert would welcome the help :)
Definitely! If anyone would like to help with this please get in contact
with me so I can help explain how I've implemented certain things so far,
about locking, etc. The main things that are left to do to play 90% of media
files out there are implementing the filter graph manager, the reference
clock and the audio and video renderers (I have a hacky version of the video
renderer in my local tree but it is not ready for submitting as a patch).
Anyone that likes COM and graph algorithms should love the filter manager!
> I'm not sure which of them get Installed when you
> > download a new Media player from MS, and which ones are strictly OS. I
> > do know that the status must be good if CrossOver is able to run
> > Windows-Media-Player.
That must not be using the code in the Wine tree as it won't play any movies
at the moment :(
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