How to add an On-Screen Timestamp to the output video stream?

How to add an On-Screen Timestamp to the output video stream?

Hello

I have some problems while using SDK Filters in GraphEdit:

Is there any kind of filter that could add an On-Screen Timestamp to the output video stream?

Or, is there any way to customize the filter, for that function? Which filter should I customize?

Thanks!

Regards

Joyah

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BTW, for more usage, is it possible to add a user-defined string to output?

Thanks!

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Hi Joyah,

sorry, but we do not provide any of those features as part of the Media SDK DirectShow samples.

There may be other filters or render filters that can be used to apply video frame overlays or you could modify the sample filters to compose the overlays yourself.

Regards,Petter

Quoting Joyah

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Is there any kind of filter that could add an On-Screen Timestamp to the output video stream?

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Microsoft DirectX SDKs ( any version since 2005 )havea couple of examples on how to do it.

Best regards,
Sergey

That seems sucha good news to me!
Could you please tell me some more details about that filter or example? (I've already got DXSDK v2010)
Thank you very much!

Regards,
Joyah

- "What hurts more, the pain of hard work, or the pain of regret?"

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