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Directshow .NET SDK

I am trying to stream an AVI video to a Blackmagic SDI device.  It is directshow compatible so I am trying to use the DirectShow .NET SDK which basically wraps all of the DirectShow filters. 

 

https://forums.ni.com/t5/Example-Program-Drafts/DirectShow-NET-LabVIEW-SDK-Video-Audio-IP-streams/ta...

 

have been able to use GraphEdit to output to my SDI device but have not been able to get very far with the .NET SDK.  I have installed the Windows 7 SDK but seem to be having problems right off the bat with an AVIReader constructor.  I get an error 1172 'Class not registered'.  Is this something I need to manage manually using Regsrv? 

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Hi viScience,

 

The link that you posted does not work for me. Do you mind reposting that?

 

Best,

BrandonN

Applications Engineer

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I'm pretty sure regsvr is an ActiveX thing, not a .net. For . net, there is regasm. See this. Never needed to use it though.

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I would be happy if anyone could demonstrate a working DirectShow Playback vi.  After working on this on and off for a month I can only get AVI playback to work in GraphEdit and some demo C code from Blackmagic (the company that makes my SDI USB video device) but nothing in LabVIEW 😞

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viScience,

 

Have you tried registering the libraries? If you haven't, this link runs over that, but you can also try regasm as mentioned previously:

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/websearch/4F811A9B23F1D46E862566F700615B7A?OpenDocument

 

What LabVIEW version are you using? 

 

You can also try to:

-Reinstall the Windows SDK, DirectShow and DirectX libraries

-Run LabVIEW as an administrator

 

BrandonN

Applications Engineer

 

 

 

 

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