Windows Media Player DSP Plug-ins
Microsoft Windows Media Player provides an architecture that enables the user to install and activate plug-in programs that add digital signal processing (DSP) functionality. A DSP plug-in is a Microsoft DirectX Media Object (DMO) or a Media Foundation Transform (MFT) that connects to the Player by using COM interfaces. A typical DSP plug-in might be an audio equalizer or a video tint control. This section of the SDK provides the programming information you need to create your own DSP plug-in.
The DSP plug-in documentation is divided into the following three sections.
|About DSP Plug-ins||Provides an overview of the architecture used for DSP plug-ins. Read this section to learn the general concepts involved with this technology.|
|DSP Plug-ins Programming Guide||Explains what you need to do to create a DSP plug-in. This section contains example code and step-by-step procedures.|
|DSP Plug-ins Programming Reference||Provides a detailed reference for the COM interfaces, methods, and enumerated types supported by the Windows Media Player SDK for DSP plug-ins.|