Related products: Media Player SDK .Net

Deployment of Media Player SDK .Net

To use SDK on PC without SDK installed you must deploy SDK components. For AnyCPU app you should deploy both, x86 and x64 redists.

Automatic (silent) installers (admin rights required)

  • Base package (always required) - x86 or x64 

  • Install .Net assemblies to GAC or use in local folder 

  • FFMPEG package (for file / IP camera source) - x86

  • VLC source package (for file / IP camera source) - x86 or x64 

  • XIPH formats (Ogg, Vorbis, FLAC) output / source - x86 or x64

  • LAV filters - x86 or x64

Merge modules (admin rights required)

  • Base package (always required) - x86 or x64 

  • Install .Net assemblies to GAC or use in local folder 

  • FFMPEG package (for file / IP camera source) - x86

  • VLC source package (for file / IP camera source) - x86 or x64 

  • XIPH formats (Ogg, Vorbis, FLAC) output / source - x86 or x64

  • LAV filters - x86 or x64

Manual installation

With admin rights

  1. Install VC++ 2010 SP1 redist x86 x64

  2. Copy MFP DLL's from Redist\Filters to app folder

  3. Copy .Net assemblies to app folder or install to GAC

  4. Copy and COM-register (using regsvr32.exe or any other way) SDK DirectShow filters. Most of filters also have x64 version

  5. Add folder with filters to system environment variable PATH if your application exe file in another folder

Without admin rights

  1. Install VC++ 2010 SP1 redist x86 x64 or copy DLLs and manifest files to app folder

  2. Copy MFP DLL's from Redist\Filters to app folder

  3. Copy .Net assemblies to app folder or install to GAC

  4. Copy SDK DirectShow filters to app folder or optional redist folder (set CustomRedist_Path property to this folder).

  5. Set CustomRedist_Enabled property to true in Form.Load event

  6. LAV filters have the same name for x64 and x86 version. Please use one of them or use independent redist folders for x86 and x64 versions.

  7. Add folder with filters to system environment variable PATH if your application exe file in another folder

Filters:

Basic features: 

  • VisioForge_RGB2YUV.ax

  • VisioForge_YUV2RGB.ax

  • VisioForge_Video_Resize.ax

  • VisioForge_Video_Effects_Pro.ax

  • VisioForge_MP3_Splitter.ax

  • VisioForge_H264_Decoder.ax

  • VisioForge_Audio_Mixer.ax

Legacy audio effects:

  • VisioForge_Audio_Effects_4.ax

RTSP streaming:

  • VisioForge_RTSP_Sink.ax

  • filters for MP4 legacy/modern except muxer

SSF streaming:

  • VisioForge_SSF_Muxer.ax

  • filters for MP4 legacy/modern except muxer

VLC source:

  • VisioForge_VLC_Source.ax

  • Copy all files from Redist\VLC folder, COM-register (using regsvr32.exe or any other way) .ax file, add environment variable VLC_PLUGIN_PATH, specify value as VLC\plugins folder

FFMPEG source:

  • Copy all files from Redist\FFMPEG folder, add this folder to Windows system PATH variable.

  • VisioForge_FFMPEG_Source.ax

Memory source:

  • VisioForge_AsyncEx.ax

WebM decoding:

  • VisioForge_WebM_Ogg_Source.ax

  • VisioForge_WebM_Source.ax

  • VisioForge_WebM_Split.ax

  • VisioForge_WebM_Vorbis_Decoder.ax

  • VisioForge_WebM_VP8_Decoder.ax

  • VisioForge_WebM_VP9_Decoder.ax

RTSP / RTMP / HTTP source:

  • VisioForge_RTSP_Source.ax

  • VisioForge_RTSP_Source_Live555.ax

  • VisioForge_IP_HTTP_Source.ax

  • FFMPEG, VLC or LAV filters

FLAC source:

  • VisioForge_Xiph_FLAC_Source.ax

Ogg Vorbis source:

  • VisioForge_Xiph_Ogg_Demux2.ax

  • VisioForge_Xiph_Vorbis_Decoder.ax

Direct2D video renderer:

  • VisioForge_D2D_Video_Renderer.ax

Video encryption:

  • VisioForge_Decryptor_Audio.ax

  • VisioForge_Decryptor_Video.ax

GPU video effects (DirectX 11)

  • Copy VisioForge_DXP.dll / VisioForge_DXP64.dll

LAV source:

  • Copy all files from Redist\LAV\x86(x64), register all .ax files

To COM-register all DirectShow filters in some folder you can also put reg_special.exe from SDK redist to folder with filters and run it with admin rights.

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