have anyone already succeeded decoding an mpeg4 frame with delphi environment?
I am not sure where to start. The examples are useing the UMC interface. So have i to convert this interface to delphi or can it be done without this? Also is there a way to don't need the direct-x installed?
In my application i get the mpeg4 raw frames from an ip-cam already splitted ito audio and video. All i have to do is to decode the video frames to RGB...
Is there a "easy" way to do? Any help to point me in the right direction is welcome.
H.264 is used for the example, you would need to change the H.264 decoder class to the MPEG4 decoder class and convert the sample code in that KB into Delphi.
If you have access to a C++ compiler you couldcompile the UMC C++ project into a C++ object code fileand then link that object with your Delphi code using some of the methods described on the web. A quick search of the web indicates there are methods available to call C and C++ objects from a Delphi application.
thank you for your answer. Yes, i have seen this example. But the most problem of this is the UMC Interface. I have no C++ compiler, and this way to do is "around corners" i think. So it looks like there is no way for delphi developers to use the IPP if they have not lot of time to translate the UMC class to delphi...its a pity because it looks to be a powerful library...
Are there no delphi developers who have used the IPP for decoding? Any other way?