> Continue? (Cancel to debug).) In GraphEdit I set the capture pin
> to Video Standard NTSC_M, 29.970 frame rate, RGB 32, and output size
> 320x240. (I am suspicious here though because I don't know what the filter
> graph manager may be doing to change the properties...)
> Next, I start Media Encoder and then show the properties window in Media
> On the Sources tab:
> 1) I uncheck the audio
> 2) I select the Conexant device from the video
> On the Output tab - "Pull from encoder" is checked with port number 8080
> On Compression tab:
> 1) Destination is left at "Windows Media server (streaming)
> 2) Video is set to "Live broadcase video (CBR)", 259 Kbps, 29.97 fps,
> 320x240, two-pass encoding is NOT checked
> On Video Size tab - no cropping, resize is "Same as profile", bitrate,
> width, and height same as what is on Compression tab
> On Processing tab video is None, pixel format is (default)
> No plugins
> No security
> On Advanced tab - Identification name is "WMEncoder20196", time code is
> With all these settings I then select the Apply tab and I get the message:
> "The following error occurred while setting up the source "Source 1": One
> all of the specified sources are not working properly. Check that the
> sources are configured correctly. (0xC0D1B8A)"
> I am not running Media Server. I was assuming I could start Media Player
> see the video from Media Encoder.
> I am stumped as to what the correct configuration should be. If I go to
> Processing tab and select "Detect" then I get the same error message minus
> the first sentence: "The following error..."Source 1":"
> And then if I select the pixel format to be RGB 32 and hit Apply it fails
> with the same message.
> The hang below appears to occur when there is a major difference in
> configuration between the DirectX filter graph and Media Encoder.
> But at any rate I am not able to get video into the Encoder from my
> board using GraphEdit as the setup. Can you suggest solutions, tutorials,
> setup items to look at?
> The source code is available for the capture boards WDM driver so if there
> is something that the Media Encoder is using or trying to use in this
> that DirectX is not using then I can investigate further.