This repository has an actual working directshow audio input source filter.
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This repository has an actual working directshow audio input source filter (source is in "acam", solution is "virtual audio output replay.sln". It just plays static. Simplified examples like this were pretty hard to find online, and not even the MSDN SDK examples seemed to have any audio source examples. This one works as an audio input source, in VLC, and in graphedit, etc. I took out all the threading constructs so that you can more easily tell what is going on. It advertises and streams a single, 44100 khz "white noise" (well, randomly generated signal). To see the code, open "virtual audio output replay.sln" to develop, you'll want to build it then run regsvr32 acam.ax (as administrator) For further exploration, I would recommend the directshow samples "synth" project which shows you how to setup a dynamic source, and is more complex. "synth" doesn't show up as an inputs device by default, but you could combine it with this project to have it do so. Enjoy. Questions welcome, use github messaging. see also https://github.com/rdp/open-source-directshow-screen-capture-filter if you are looking for that or anything video related for directshow sources. see also https://github.com/rdp/virtual-audio-output-sniffer -r