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DirectShow Filter redistribution

ronald
Beginner
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Hello,

We waqnt to use your H.264 encoder/decode filter in a commercial application. From the developers guide, I understand that redistribution of Directshow filters is not allowed. Am I correct? From the EULA, I understand that source code may be used for free. So, in order to redistributeDirectShow filters, is recompiling enough to create filters that can be redistributed?

Best regards,

Ronald

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Petter_L_Intel
Employee
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Hi Ronald,

Yes, it is ok to just recompile the source code to create your own binaries which can be redistributed.

Regards,
Petter

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Petter_L_Intel
Employee
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Hi Ronald,

Yes, it is ok to just recompile the source code to create your own binaries which can be redistributed.

Regards,
Petter
Zach_J_1
Beginner
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ruijs@rvc.nl wrote:

From the EULA, I understand that source code may be used for free. So, in order to redistributeDirectShow filters, is recompiling enough to create filters that can be redistributed?

I assume this user is using the DirectShow filter code that is distributed with the "sample_dshow_plugins" sample?  I am trying to recompile that solution using Visual Studio Professional 2012 and I am getting an error stating "unable to find streams.h".  Build output here

Thanks!

Zach

Petter_L_Intel
Employee
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"streams.h" is part of Microsoft Windows SDK 7.1.

Regards,
Petter

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