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tcardinal

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Posted - May 31 2021 :  18:52:15  Show Profile  Reply
I have created an app with an TImageEnView.

I load the video file in exactly the same way as in the VideoPlayer demo. The video is loaded as the duration displays and when I click run the New Frame event is called for each frame, but the video does not show on the screen.

The same video loads and plays correctly in the VideoPlayer demo and also the DirectShow1 demo.

Any ideas? Thanks

xequte

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Posted - May 31 2021 :  19:05:18  Show Profile  Reply
Hi

Have you recompiled the VideoPlayer demo yourself, or are you using the demo from our web page?

On a lot of systems DirectShow does not work unless the EXE is signed.



Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
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tcardinal

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Posted - Jun 01 2021 :  09:50:20  Show Profile  Reply
yes I compiled the Demos myself. That's a pretty tough drawback to developing if you have to sign the exe each time isn't it?
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xequte

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Posted - Jun 01 2021 :  20:21:54  Show Profile  Reply
Hi

If that is the limitation you're encountering, then it is a major drawback. Are you able to configure anything in your anti-virus software?



Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
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tcardinal

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Posted - Jun 02 2021 :  10:15:59  Show Profile  Reply
Ok, found the issue. I did not have the GetSample and Update code in my NewFrame Event. I was basing some of this app on one I did back in the day (Delphi 2007?) where that was not needed.
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