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#1 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2009 12:13:02 AM(UTC)

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i am new to leadtools & using LEADTOOLS Multimedia EVAL 16, want to use overlay filter in my application & have some problem in using them,

I have also created a sample application using the following procedure:
1. Created a dialog based sample application in VC++ 2005.
2. By right click on toolbox & choose items, i got a choose toolbox item dialog, from the COM components i have selected itmmPlayCtrl Class & then click ok. from this i got the player control in my toolbox.
3. Drag & drop this control in my sample application dialog.
4. By right clicking on the player control add the variable, from this i got the handle to the player control & using this i am able to play the video.

But now i am not to add overlay filter for image overlaying functionality in my application.

Could you tell me the steps to add & use the filter
& provide me some example to use overlay filters in VC++ 2005

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#2 Posted : Monday, August 10, 2009 12:19:38 AM(UTC)

Adnan Ismail  

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To know how you can add a multimedia filter to your application, please check the following help topics in the LEADTOOLS Multimedia API help file:
- Programmatically Inserting a Processor Filter
- Access a Filter Interface

You can find online copies of them here:
- Programmatically Inserting a Processor Filter:
- Access a Filter Interface

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