Sink writer and C++/Cx RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have a Windows Store app written in C# where I want to create a video from image files. When doing some research I saw that using a Sink Writer would be the right way to go. Looking at the some samples regarding audio/video editing (for example 'Media capture using capture device sample'), I need to use C++/WRL. But I also saw that there is C++/Cx, which is as I understand, the simplified version of C++ for WinRT. As I don't have any knowledge of C++ (I have a C# background), I don't know where to start and in what dialect of C++ I have to invest time in. My first guess would be C++/Cx, but I don't see any samples with that regarding audio/video.

    Are there any samples or documentation for handling audio/video with C++/Cx? Is C++/Cx the language I have to invest time in regarding audio/video? And what would be the best approach to start this subject?

    Thanks in advance!


    Monday, December 17, 2012 8:04 AM


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