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LEAD MPEG2 Transport UDP Sink

The LEAD MPEG2 Transport UDP Sink is a DirectShow filter for streaming data to a UDP or TCP port. The data is usually in an MPEG-2 Transport format, as defined in ISO/IEC 13818-1. Data streamed to UDP ports can be sent with or without RTP headers. TCP streams are sent without RTP headers.

This filter supports the standard IFileSinkFilter interface. Use the IFileSinkFilter::SetFileName method to let the LEAD MPEG2 Transport UDP Sink filter know where to send the data to (RTP or UDP streaming) or which port to listen to (TCP streaming). Please see the Microsoft documentation for this interface for more information.

This filter also supports the ILMUDPSnk interface for monitoring the performance of the filter. You can use this interface to determine whether the network connection is keeping up with the amount of data being sent.

Technical details for the filter are provided in the following table:

Component Description
Filter Interfaces IFileSinkFilter
ILMUDPSnk
Interface ID IID_IFileSinkFilter
IID_ILMUDPSnk
Input Media Types Type:
MEDIATYPE_Stream
Subtype:
MEDIASUBTYPE_MPEG2_TRANSPORT Or the media type passed to IFileSinkFilter::SetFileName
Output Media Types N/A
Filter CLSID CLSID_LMUDPSnk
Property Page CLSID N/A
Executable LMUDPSnk.dll, DSKernel2.dll
Filter category CLSID_LegacyAmFilterCategory
Header ILMUDPSnk.h

Comments

This filter is included as part of LEADTOOLS MPEG-2 Transport Module.

Platforms

Win32, x64.

See Also

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