About DSP Plug-ins

Microsoft Windows Media Player provides architecture for connecting add-on software that performs digital signal processing (DSP) functions on the audio or video streams during playback. These add-on programs are referred to as DSP plug-ins.

The following sections provide a conceptual overview of Windows Media Player DSP plug-ins.

Section Description
DSP Plug-in User Overview Describes DSP plug-ins from the end user's perspective.
DSP Plug-in Developer Overview Provides general information you need to know before you build a DSP plug-in for Windows Media Player.
Building a DSP Plug-in Explains how to use the Windows Media Player plug-in wizard to create a sample DSP plug-in.
Implementing Your DSP Code Discusses considerations for creating custom audio and video DSP plug-ins for Windows Media Player.

 

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