MediaLooks Video Mixer is a DirectShow filter for real-time mixing of several video streams coming from different video sources (such as cameras, files or static images).
Supported input/output colorspaces: YV12, I420, YUY2, YVYU, UYVY, RGB24, RGB32.
Here are some key features of “MediaLooks Video Mixer”:
￭ change output image size even during playback
￭ specify source/destination rectangles for each input video
￭ specify alpha (transparency) for each stream
￭ allows different input colorspace, size and FPS
￭ movie files can be used as input streams
￭ images can be used as input streams
￭ output FPS can be automatically or manually set
￭ allows input format changes (size and colorspace) during playback
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The filter is implemented as a Windows Media Transcode Filter Graph (WFGA).
You can create one filter graph per instance of the filter, and you can have up to 4 instances per application.
The Windows Media Foundation components are responsible for graph creation and graph lifetime.
Create the graph using the FGScreating the graph creates a private WFGA instance of the filter, but you can have multiple instance of the filter in a single graph. Each of the instances must have different instance names.
In the Create filter graph dialog enter a default name for the filter, such as “MediaMixing” or “Slideshow”.
Enter the instance names for the instances of the filter, one per instance.
Graphs are one of the key features of the new Windows Filtering Platform. They allow you to define and share complex filter graphs for real-time media processing. You can create, edit, use and dispose of WFGA instances of filters, which is very useful for live applications. Furthermore, you can define instances of filters in the same graph, so you can create and mix instances of the same filter in the graph.
Graphs can contain multiple input, output and reference sources, input and output effectors, and other graphs.
Each graph has its own main graph (MG) instance, which is the root node of the graph. Each filter instance has its own graph instance (G), which can connect to one or more filter instances on the MG. You can define filter instance hierarchies in the graph.
The G instance is also the root of the filter instance hierarchy, and any filter instance connected to the G instance is a child instance of the G instance.
Filter instances can contain multiple instances of the same filter. Each filter instance can connect to one or more instances of the same filter on the same main graph (MG). The MG instance is the first filter instance that the graph looks for.
If the filter instance can not find the desired filter instance, it will look for the next filter instance in the hierarchy, and so on.
Graphs are designed as a composition of “node graphs” and “graph graphs”. A node graph is a filter graph and can contain one or more nodes. A node graph is created by a node graph filter. A node graph can contain only a node graph filter or a reference filter. A reference filter is a special filter that contains another filter as a child filter. A reference filter can be
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MediaLooks Video Mixer Crack Free Download is video filters for real-time “mixing” of several video streams coming from different sources.
All input videos are mixed into one output video with optional alpha for each stream.
Processing can be quite fast since algorithm is dynamic and is using all hardware acceleration.
It is essential for a video editor or directly from cameras for example.
The filter consists of only one video input and one video output that can be supplied with any input and output video (video frames).
MediaLooks Video Mixer Input 3.mpeg
MediaLooks Video Mixer Output Output.avi
This results in:
This filter can be used as an example how to use the MediaLooks Video Mixer!
For more examples and implementation-use instructions you can view our “Examples and Instructions” pdf.
There’s also a “User Guide” that describes each function of the filter.
This filter is heavily based on the “AVCodecs” DirectShow filter (provided with Visual Studio)
and on the “Cineform VideoProcessing” DirectShow filter (provided with Visual Studio).
Authors and copyright:
[Most code was written by Aaron R. Searles who can be contacted at:.]
Note: this filter is not an example of good software design.
It was only posted for demonstrating its unique capabilities.
The choice of using DSP-based (DirectShow) filter for real-time video mixing was very good.
“AVCodecs” DirectShow filter is very complicated to use and has poor documentation.
“Cineform VideoProcessing” DirectShow filter is way faster than “AVCodecs” DirectShow filter.
It is hard to understand how to use it.
“AVCodecs” DirectShow filter has poor documentation.
It is very complicated to use.
MediaLooks Video Mixer Author:
Aaron R. Searles.
￭ 2006 – 2007
￭ Private use for testing purposes only. No commercial use is permitted.
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* (Run with administrative rights to change settings).
* It works with Windows Vista, 7, 8 and Windows 10.
* Supports most of Microsoft Windows MediaPlayer and even older DirectX SDKs (2.0 – DirectX 9).
* All media files support playback and even stream if the media file is bigger than 5GB.
* Supports YUV (Y800 UYVY), YV12, I420, YUY2, YVYU, UYVY, RGB24, RGB32, YCbCr (8-bit, 4:4:4, 10-bit, 4:4:4:4) and YCbCr 4:2:2 formats.
* Supports all popular video codecs (VC-1, H.264, MPEG-4 AVC, MPEG-4 SVC, Windows Media Video 9, etc).
* Supports all popular image formats (BMP, JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIFF, GIF, RAW, etc).
* Supports most popular video players (Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Sorenson Spark, QuickTime, LightZone, Media Player Classic, etc).
* Supports any DirectShow source. You can set it by using Streams Collection Editor (optional if an application with Streams Collection Editor is installed).
* Supports most popular video frames formats (YUV, RGB, MJPEG, Raw, etc).
* Allows preview while playing. Preview can be in 1:1 or 3:1 mode. Also allows to set custom rectangle for preview. (requires Streams Collection Editor).
* Allows to save any video file (it is already compiled).
* MediaLooks Video Mixer can be mounted as a filter.
* MediaLooks Video Mixer can be used as a dynamic track in Windows Media Player.
* MediaLooks Video Mixer offers an accurate and real time preview because it uses a technique called “Asynchronous MJPEG”.
* Works with both audio and video streams. Audio stream can be re-encoded to another audio format.
* Supports MediaLooks Output Manager.
* Supports Audio/Video Transcoding Toolbar (optional for user)
* Audio/Video properties panel with sample values and other required properties.
* Other panels like:
– Process and support
– Output and playback properties
* Ability to specify output size even during playback
* Output FPS can
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No one tool can do all, so in real life you need to look for several tools for one task. MediaLooks looks like a real time video editor. But it is more than that. It’s a collection of tools which let you change the source and the output of videos in real time, if you change the way source and output are present in MediaLooks there is no need for real-time, you can perform such modifications in “non-real-time” mode (just press some buttons on you remote control).
With the help of MediaLooks you can:
￭ change video size (width and height)
￭ change the aspect ratio of the video
￭ change the frame rate
￭ add/remove/replace your media files (files inside your hard disk)
￭ change the size of your target image
￭ change the transparency
￭ use frames (multiple frames with different images used)
￭ use alpha channels
￭ add/remove/replace subtitles
… and much, much more
MediaLooks can create frames on the fly, even if the presentation type of the video is “no frames”. It can play your video even when the file is partially damaged, even with multiple splitted sub-files inside one stream. It can play all media even when not every media inside the stream are cached at the same time. It can slow down/speed-up video streams or add/remove images from the media stream in any frequency. It can scale text and make it transparent if you use subtitle streams.
It has a lot of additional features which can be downloaded from the web site of the program.
￭ supports real-time video pre-decoding, real-time video post-decoding
￭ supports audio post-decoding, real-time video post-decoding with partial media
￭ supports non-real-time video pre-decoding, real-time video post-decoding with partial media
￭ supports streaming media (mostly Windows Live Streaming)
￭ supports “dynamic bitrate streaming” for streaming media
￭ supports streaming media using HTTP/HTTPS
￭ supports direct access to.wmv,.mp4,.mov,.avi,.mkv,.mpeg and.jpg/j
OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit
Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core CPU (2.4 GHz Recommended)
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9-compatible video card
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection (requires one-time installation)
Hard Disk: ~1 GB available space
OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit