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Video.FFMPEG for Windows Store apps #5

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anders9ustafsson opened this issue Mar 31, 2014 · 2 comments

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commented Mar 31, 2014

(This is a direct copy of Issue 379 from the AForge Google Code repository.)

I need to use Video.FFMPEG in windows store apps please help me how could I use it in there or if any update on it.

I have seen some portable solutions for AFORGE on internet but there is nothing regarding this specific "Video.FFMPEG". Please see if you guys can help me with this.

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commented Mar 31, 2014

Dear Zamir,

I have not yet attempted to port "Video.FFMPEG" for several reasons, one crucial being that it requires quite some rewriting to also make the C++ based FFMPEG code adapted to PCL, or at least to the respective Windows Store and Windows Phone 8 targets.

I have noticed some attempts to port the FFMPEG code to Windows Store, which is at least a start. To also make this code available to a WinStore application, you would need to switch the C++/CLI code in "Video.FFMPEG" to its C++/CX equivalent. Some work of course, but I am sure it can be done within a reasonable timeframe.

I do not have the time or incentive to look further at this right now, but if someone (you, perhaps, Zamir?) would be interested in doing the necessary work I would be more than happy to incorporate it in my Portable AForge.NET fork.

Best regards,
Anders

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commented Jun 9, 2015

There is now improved support for FFMPEG with Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1, which should simplify the porting of the Video.FFMPEG to PCL. Read here for more information.

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