Learn about CMeshViewer, a CStatic-derived class that can be used to write .x files in an application.
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Debugging a DirectX application is not the easiest thing to do.
The IVideoWindow interface of DirectShow doesn't provide you with a GetVideoWindowHandler method. Learn how to get the HWND of a VideoWindow so you can drag a video window with a mouse.
Here is (in C++) an ActiveX control for Visual Basic that allows playing any movie file that's compatible with DirectShow.The ActiveX object also provides the complete interface for controlling the movie's playback.
Simply create an object with this class and call SetParent(...); the whole world of DirectX will be available to you without endless hours of not understanding how the interfaces work.
This tutorial teaches you how to create a DirectDraw interfaceand attach it to a normal SDI window with Doc/View architecture. You'll use the Win32 API, MFC and DirectX to draw 2D graphics in the view window.
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