LEAD Network Sink Filter

The LEAD Network Sink filter is responsible for sending multiplexed media, output by the LEAD Network Multiplexer, over a TCP/IP network.

The filter establishes a sending point (server) from an address provided as a target file name to either a capture or convert object. The target format must be set to ltmmCapture_TargetFormat_NET or ltmmConvert_TargetFormat_NET, and the file name must have the following format: ltsf://IP:PORT (for example: ltsf:// If no port is specified, the default value of 27015 is used.

The LEAD Network Sink Filter works in conjunction with LEAD Network Multiplexer, LEAD Network Source Filter, and LEAD Network Demultiplexer to form a complete communication circle; Client-Server based.

The LEAD Network Sink Filter does not provide any adjustable parameters, and it is not accessible from the MM toolkit.





Required DLLs and Libraries

LMNetSnk (must be present and registered on the receiving side (client) machine.)

The LEAD Network Sink Filter uses the LEAD Network Protocol Manager object internally, so register the LEAD Network Protocol Manager prior to using this filter.

For a listing of the exact DLLs needed, based on the toolkit version, refer to Multimedia Files You Must Include With Your Application.


Win32, x64

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