VLC Renderer [Win/Mac] [Updated]


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VLC Renderer is a direct high-performance graphics element that allows a developer to update a pixel buffer or video media sample and have it render in WPF space at MediaElement speed. It is compatible with GDI, DirectShow and Direct pixel updates.
VLC Renderer is fully customizable. It uses the entire surface by default, but can be limited to a portion of the surface. It can also be configured to stretch to fill the surface at all times or to only stretch to fill the Surface when needed. A developer can also set a light source to affect how VLC Renderer appears in the Surface.
VLC Renderer is completely thread-safe and interacts with MediaElement in a thread-safe manner. It is compatible with WPF’s DispatcherHelper class and provides a discrete DispatchToDispatcher method to queue work in a custom way. The VLC Renderer also does not run until the Surface is first available. To use the VLC Renderer, call Initialize method on the surface prior to updating the UI.

VLC Renderer Pro Description:

VLC Renderer Pro is the VideoRendererElement merged with VLC 2.0. The VLC Renderer is redesigned from the ground up to take advantage of many new features found in the VLC 2.0 library. VLC 2.0 includes an updated scheduler which improves performance and makes it more reliable.
The DirectShow pipeline now uses additional state objects for more accurate and efficient rendering and video output. For example, we use new GainDeviceState objects, and per-channel device state objects to better deal with hardware scaling and various video pipelines.
VideoRendererElement now uses the WPF MediaElement for rendering, which is faster and more reliable than the previous Direct3D implementation. The MediaElement interface is now more reliable and has considerably higher performance.
The RenderRect object will now use the VisualBrush and RectBrush values to create a paint that is more efficient than the previous RoundRectBrush implementation. If your app has a scenario that this will significantly improve, then VLC Renderer Pro is the right choice.

In the VLC Renders code, there is no MediaElement. The sample below shows how to set the surface once, but allows the Surface to change at any time.

The VLC Renders VideoRendererElement was written with the following requirements in mind:

Handle various hardware scaling scenarios.

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For a very detailed description of the VLC video rendering capabilities, see the page:



In case someone still is looking for such feature, I was able to create the same effect using DirectX for video playback.
Here’s the link to the source code for the effect:

Tense and the Task of Translation

About a month ago, I posted a task on my work blog regarding a hypothetical project. I received a few responses but for some reason I didn’t receive the response I was looking for. I had a conversation in my head and it did not go through my letters. It may be true that human language is a tense construction.

Here is a story about how I used a tense to help clarify a statement that was ambiguous. If you read the first letter I sent, you will see where I was coming from.

Me: I have been working on this project for a while. The project requires significant contribution from a third party. I have asked for your input and ideas. This is the first time I am asking for assistance directly from a colleague.

R: “I have been working on this project for a while.” – What is the project? What is the time frame? How long have you been working on the project? And do you have the skills needed to complete the project? These questions define what your project is and how long it is going to take you. There is a lot in the statement that can be taken out of order and perhaps it needs to be changed to the past tense.

To me, it seemed that I was asking for input and information for an outdated project which had been around for a long time. Therefore, I asked if he had worked on the project for a long time.

R: “I have been working on this project for a while.” – What is the project? What is the time frame? How long have you been working on the project? What is the status of the project? How long has it been on the table? Who is involved in the project? What is the situation

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VLC Renderer is the VideoRendererElement merged with VLC.  The VideoRendererElement allows for high-performance, custom video in WPF.
With the VideoRendererElement, a developer can update a pixel buffer or video media sample and have it render in WPF space at MediaElement speed. It is compatible with GDI, DirectShow and direct pixel updates.
Current State of VLC Renderer Development:
At the moment, VLC Renderer is still in Beta.  This is the first of several news articles announcing the Beta version.
Official Test Project:
VLC Renderer Attachments:
– (A)
– (B)
– (C)
Update: The Name of VLC Renderer has changed to “VLCMediaElement”.
Improvement: Now it is possible to show video as Stretch View.
Improvement: DirectPixelsUpdates now (bug)
Open Source: Windows Phone Community (read the comments)

Video player elements are a collection of objects that are
defined to present, position and control video on a UI. Some video
player controls are external, on-screen, other controls are on-device
or internal, using the media stack to deliver the video. Controls
may be completely visible or completely transparent when not in use.

What’s New In?

## Using VLCRenderer

To use the VLCRenderer, you must instantiate it, and set it as the video renderer for MediaElement. 

VideoRendererElement vlclRenderer = new VLCRenderer(“/path/to/your/file/in/path”, this.VideoMediaElement);

## Customizing the VLCRenderer

The VLCRenderer has the following configuration properties:

– **TargetBitDepth** – this specifies what bit-depth the renderer renders to
– **RenderWindow** – this is the window that the media renderer renders to. It is unnotched by default.
– **RenderWindowLeft** – this is the position of the upper-left corner of the rendered output window. This can be adjusted during initialization.
– **RenderWindowTop** – this is the position of the upper-left corner of the rendered output window. This can be adjusted during initialization.
– **RenderWindowWidth** – this is the width of the rendered output window.
– **RenderWindowHeight** – this is the height of the rendered output window.
– **RenderDuration** – this sets the rendering duration of the renderer. The renderer displays the entire media while it is rendering.

System Requirements:

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– Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 (SP1), Windows 10
– CPU: 2.0 GHz
– RAM: 2 GB
– GPU: 256 MB
– DirectX9c compatible video card with support for hardware rendering (Vista/7)
– Minimum resolution: 1024×768
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