I found this article with samples covering how to implement the Media SDK in a transcode filter.
My question is why were the DShow filter samples removed/deprecated from the media samples or tutorial samples? For my application, I'm stuck using DirectShow and those samples did almost exactly what we need. YUV ==> H264 ==> mux with AAC audio ==> .MP4.
Is this still a valid solution for me, or would you suggest a different/better approach?
Windows 10 -- Intel(R) Media SDK 2018 R2 -- VS2015
- Development Tools
- Intel® Media SDK
- Intel® Media Server Studio
- Media Processing
From the early years, Media SDK is focusing on hardware codec solution to video stream, so both audio and mux support were removed from the release.
I have other article to use FFMpeg to do the same thing if this can be a solution for you.
Hope this helps and sorry for the inconvenience and I would be appreciated if you could give me some feedback about our decision.