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directshow filter development
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  • DirectShow (sometimes abbreviated as DS or DShow), codename Quartz, is a multimedia framework and API produced by Microsoft for software developers to perform various operations with media files or streams. It is the replacement for Microsoft's earlier Video for Windows technology.
    development
  • A new and refined product or idea
  • growth: (biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically; a purely biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex level; "he proposed an indicator of osseous development in children"
  • The process of developing or being developed
  • A specified state of growth or advancement
  • act of improving by expanding or enlarging or refining; "he congratulated them on their development of a plan to meet the emergency"; "they funded research and development"
  • a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage (especially a more advanced or mature stage); "the development of his ideas took many years"; "the evolution of Greek civilization"; "the slow development of her skill as a writer"
directshow filter development - Programming Microsoft
Programming Microsoft DirectShow for Digital Video and Television (Pro-Developer)
Programming Microsoft  DirectShow  for Digital Video and Television (Pro-Developer)
From desktop to television screen, deliver broadcast-ready digital video with DirectShow—the Microsoft DirectX streaming API integrated in the Windows operating system. Digital video expert and VRML creator Mark Pesce walks you through core DirectShow capabilities for capturing, editing, and rendering media—demonstrating basic to advanced techniques for producing studio-quality results. Whether you’re looking to add simple playback to an application or create your own movies and features, you’ll get the tools, guidance, and ready-to-use media clips you need to get started now.
Learn how to:
Use the GraphEdit design tool to rapidly prototype applications
Write your own source, transform, and renderer filters
Capture audio and video from Webcams, digital video cameras, and TV tuners
Compress digital video streams onto disk
Place clips and tracks on a timeline with DirectShow Editing Services
Merge multiple video streams with the Video Mixing Renderer (VMR)
Synchronize audio and video
Create simple programs to play MP3, WAV, MIDI, AVI, and Microsoft Windows Media files
Use DirectX Media Objects (DMOs) for faster, lightweight development of effects, encoders, and decoders
Extend DirectShow with AVIs and Windows Media Format
CD inside Includes reusable media and code samples
CD features:
Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) and documentation
Music, a movie short, and other video and audio samples
All the book’s programs and code
A Note Regarding the CD or DVD
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color development in a jobo atl-1500
color development in a jobo atl-1500
A brief tutorial on how to do color development with a JOBO ATL-1500 processor: 1. mix the chemicals by the manufacturers instructions. i store my mixed chemicals either in PET-bottles or in Hama-bellow-bottles. I try to not store any mixed chemicals for any long period of time (max; 2-3 weeks), since they will go bad pretty quckly (which I've learned the hard way). This is even more true if you re-use chemicals. 2. Fire up the JOBO and attach it to you water supply. The first thing I always do is to run a full clean 1-6 program to get water running through the whole system. This is also a good time to start get the rinse water temperature to a correct 38 degrees C. I usually think it is enough when I get it above 37.5 and it doesn't go over 38.5. So the +- 0.5 range will do. At least for me. 3. Fill the bottles in the JOBO with your chemicals. I use a measuring glass to get the correct amount when I run E6. More to that later. 4. Verify that the program is correctly setup. 5. Just insert the loaded drum into the machine. Start the machine. Close the lid. Wait for it to finish. At least if you're running single-use chemicals. 6. When done, I open up the drum and remove the film from the reel. I try to run the final rinse in a separate container, to not get any stab chemicals on my reels. I leave the chemicals in the stab for at least a minute. Sometimes longer. Not sure if it is good or bad :) Then I simply hang the film try dry. Either in my drying cabin (for C41) or just in plain air (E6). If I use the drying cabin I normally set a timer for 20 minutes when I start it and when it fires I go to check and see if the film is dry. If you leave it too long it will curl like crazy. Tetenal C41: The tetenal chemicals can be reused and you will still get decent results. I normally mix up 1L chemicals and store them in bottles (PET normally, so I can squize out air). When it is time to do some development I start the JOBO, run a clean program, make sure the water temperature is correct, and then start to pour chemicals into the bottles. I normally fill them with something like 500ml. Here's when it gets a bit tricky: to re-use the chemicals you need to gather them in a small container. Plus you do not want to get any cross-contamination between the chemicals. I got the following at hand: containers for the used chemicals and a jug of water. When the program starts I set one of the containers under the hose of the chemical outlet. Once the processor pours out the chemicals I'm quick to tap the hose a bit (to get those few extra drops out) and the remove the container. Before I put the new container in place, I pour a bit of water on the hose. I also try to get some water _inside_ of the hose. This way I get rid of most of the chemicals. I wait until it's something like 30 seconds left until it will spit out the next batch of chemicals, I then put the new container in place. This way I know I've gotten as little developer as possible in the blix. When I'm done I pour back the used chemicals into the 1L bottles. Recently I've started to use a simple stop bath to even save more of the blix. I use this as a single-use chemical. Tetenal E6: I've found that these are easier to re-use than the C41 chemicals. I just mix up 0.5L and then gather it after each run and re-use them a few times, until I feel it is probably best to mix a new batch. I use no stop bath of anything. I've never failed a single roll using Tetenal's E6 kit. But I've lost quite a few C41 rolls :/ Mostly because of exhausted chemicals and the lack of stop-bath. Kodak E6: I use these as single-use chemicals (as they are intended to be). It's quite straight forward, except that it is a PITA to mix six baths. I normally mix 1L at a time and try to use it over the next weeks. I use 250ml for two rolls of 135 or 120. I also use 250ml for a sheet of 8x10". My plan is to try if I get just use 125ml for a single sheet of 8x10". That would save me a lot of chemicals.
mplayerc.exe comand line usage
mplayerc.exe comand line usage
Usage: mplayerc.exe "pathname" [swtiches] "pathname"           The main file or directory to be loaded. (wildcars allowed) /dub "dubname"   Load an additional audio file. /sub "subname"   Load an additional subtitle file. /filter "filtername"  Load DirectShow filters from a dynamic link library. (wildcars allowed) /dvd                         Run in dvd mode, "pathname" means the dvd folder (optional) /cd                           Load all the tracks of an audio cd or (s)vcd, "pathname" means the drive (optional) /open                     Open the file, don't automatically start playing. /play                       Start playing the file as soon the player is launched. /close                     Close the player after playback (only works when used with /play) /shutdown             Shutdown the operating system after playback /fullscreen             Start in full-screen mode. /minimized            Start in minimized mode. /new                       Use a new instance for the player. /add                        Add "pathname" to playlist, cann be combined with /open and / play /regvid                    Create file associations for video files /regaud                 Create file assiciations for audio files. /unregall                Remove all file associations. /start ms               Start playing at "ms" (=milliseconds) /fixedsize w,h       Set fixed window size. /monitor N            Start on monitor N, where N starts from 1. /help /h /?             Show help about command line switches. (this message box)

directshow filter development
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