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Media Foundations by examples 14. März 2012
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Media Foundations by examples

Developing Media Foundation Applications is the only book about the latest MS media framework called Media Foundation I know. As I mentioned in the title the book takes example based approach. Since chapter 3 every chapter contains 1 or 2 large examples about chapter's topics. This approach has many advantages, but also few drawbacks.


You have fully working code. Companion source code contains complete solutions that can be compiled and debugged. You can play with samples, modify codes, do your own experiments.

All codes are extensively commented. Nearly every 2nd or 3rd line of code has its own descriptive comment, something I have never seen in companion code in any other book.

Examples are complete, dealing with all most important tasks you will do when working with MF. You have examples how to create fully functional MFT, source and sink components, custom session or network streaming.

Sources are based on classes so you can easily incorporate them into your projects.

Even though MF is based on COM, the book examples don't use any advanced COM topics. You deal just with very basic COM stuff, like implementation of IUnknown, or registration of COM components - in pure C++ without ATL. The book also contains short COM primer which can be useful for those ones who have never worked with COM.


The biggest problem ot the book is that it jumps too early to complex exmaples. If you don't have any experience with multimedia APIs (like DirectShow) you can have a problem to get some 'bigger picture' of MF. I (as newbie in multimedia) had a problem to put all pieces of knowledge together. Because of great deal of comments in sources, it wasn't problem to understand the code itself, but up until chapter 8 (building custom media session) I was confused for instance how source components, MFT and sinks communicate together. Chapter 8 which deals with it should have been put before all component-building chapters, or even better it would be great to have 1 or 2 chapters at the beging of the book that would give you 10 000 feet view to MF. Because of lack of more complete introduction many times I had to look to MSDN to get more info how MF components work together.

Examples are quite large. This is inevitable because of MF completivity but it would be better to have basic tasks in separate chapter at the begining of the book. For instance working with attributes, asynchronous methods calls, working with MF samples, buffers, enummerate MFTs, work queues - these things could have been described in separate chapter. It would give you more hands-on training with simple MF and COM tasks and just after that you would be ready to write more complex programs.

Developing Media Foundation Applications is good intro to MF with excellent fully working examples. But if you are new to MF I suggest you to read it twice. First time just skim it to get overal picture of MF and second time to learn MF API.
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Fantastic book for media application developers 9. November 2012
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Having considerable experience with windows and the media APIs, it is not easy to find worthwhile reading material. Many online examples & docs are either the same thing done 20 different ways or things done incorrectly. This book provides a central, correct reference for both new and experienced programmers; one which can be relied on to set proper examples for API usage and architecture. DirectShow, MF, and there underlying friend COM, are all rife with "gotchas" that, aside from resources like this book, are only available through debugging or raw experience.

I would recommend this book to any windows developer, especially those interested in implementing media application in Windows 8, as the DirectShow API is finally being put to bed in favor of full blown Media Foundation.
well written 26. Februar 2013
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i have web browsed msdn samples and docs but still confused about mft. this book describes mft clearly. it helps a lot on my projects
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