Play nice with LAV filters when rendering DVD

If you’ve used Power Video Player you probably know that current version relies on 3rd party decoders that are present on user’s system. These decoders are actually DirectShow filters and PVP’s ability to render certain types of content depends on what exact filters users have registered on their system. But mere presence of filters doesn’t guarantee »

Rendering video content in WPF using a custom EVR presenter and D3DImage

Preface Note: if you’re not interested in low level control on your DirectShow graph and don’t need to render DVD content, just stick to MediaElement or VideoDrawing+MediaPlayer. This post is about how to render video yourself in your own filter graph. I was thinking about porting Power Video Player to WPF long ago and was gathering necessary »