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Hear how Windows 7 adds support in native code for accelerating media transcoding and specific playback experiences through the new asynchronous Media Foundation transform (MFT) model. Learn how to write and use accelerated MFTs, and how to license for preference in Windows Media Player and portable device operations with Windows Shell. See a managed sample using the transcoding API, and how the new Device Proxy simplifies AVStream driver based video capture in Media Foundation. Also learn about in-box support for high-definition UVC webcams and the new extensibility model, along with how the new native Source Reader object allows easy capture integration into existing applications. Finally, explore new tools for developing and debugging in Media Foundation.
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