DirectShow and Video Processing
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Microsoft DirectShow API is a media-streaming (audio and video) architecture for Microsoft Windows. Using DirectShow, one can build complex and high-quality media processing, streaming and playback applications, both for desktop and server side.

Please contact us and we will be happy to assist you with your DirectShow and media processing requirements.

Why us?

We “think complex media processing applications” and implement the right way
Implementing complex video and audio processing algorithms for Windows desktops and servers requires experience and in-depth knowledge of video and audio formats, media encoding, image and signal processing, COM\ATL and Windows internals.

Our group of media processing experts possess unique and extensive experience in implementing complex video and audio processing algorithms and editing applications both for desktop installed applications and for online services.

We are proficient in implementing DirectShow filters for processing media streams, combining image processing algorithms (using OpenCV), and integrating 3D graphics (using Direct3D). We know how to produce creative and sophisticated desktop and server side media solutions by harnessing our deep understanding of Windows internals and COM\ATL. See what have we worked on for more information.

Our professional portfolio includes development of complex and award-winning media processing and video editing applications, with special and unique experience in building video processing and streaming web applications over Amazon Web Services (AWS) Amazon Web Services (AWS).

We deliver, and we do it fast

In the world of complex software development, delivery is everything.
You need to be secure in the knowledge that your consulting solution provider is capable of handling the most sophisticated architecture, design and implementations tasks.
Our track record and satisfied and returning customers are proof of that.

As we all know, time to market is a key factor and a major concern for almost every software company. We are well organized and prepared to handle even your tightest deadlines.

We can help you “ride the cloud”

Cloud providers offer great opportunities for server side resources for media processing and media streaming.
Whether you are already using a cloud infrastructure provider or contemplating doing so, our group of cloud architects and designers can help you analyze your needs and assist you in realizing maximum potential from the right provider.

We possess unique and vast experience in cloud development, with special focus on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Award-winning cloud services we have developed are based on our proprietary Cloud-First architecture and development methodology, accompanied with development and implementation services.

Please contact us and we will be happy to assist you with your cloud requirements.

Complex Video and Audio Capture
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Complex capturing filters development from file sources, cameras and network (streaming).

Server Side Video Processing
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Complete cloud video processing service, including video and audio analysis and effects.

Webcam Splitters
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Implementing high performance, low latency, camera video splitters for unlimited client connections.

Image Processing Filters Using OpenCV
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Incorporating OpenCV image processing algorithms into DirectShow transform filters.

Capturing Direct3D Surface to Video
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Rendering 3D scenes animation into video files.

Encoding and RTP streaming
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Implementing custom RTP based streaming protocol over WMV encoding.

Video Editing Using DirectShow DES
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Implementing online editing services using DirectShow DES, mixing video sources, images and multiple audio tracks.

Image Format Transformation Filters
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Implementing, resize transforms and video image format transformation filters (RGB to YUV).

This is only a partial list of our extensive experience with DirectShow Development.

Please contact us and we will be happy to assist you with your DirectShow & media processing requirements.

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