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  1. Member khodam's Avatar
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    Dear users,

    I decided to compile my application in x64 architecture and did it successfully. When I run my application, I can only access 64-bit filters. Why? How can I use 32-bit filters in my application?
    I know an application which is 32-bit but uses 64-bit filters. How is it possible?
    Should I change some settings?

    Thank you
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  2. The 32 bit and 64 bit systems under windows are completely separate. You cannot use 32 bit filters in 64 bit programs, and vice versa.
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    I was wrong. The info about the application which uses 64-bit filter was incorrect. The filter was 32-bit also.
    Microsoft in this post says that 64-bit processes can use 32-bit COM servers and vice versa. So, if DirectShow filters are COM servers, they can be used.
    Are DirectShow filters COM servers?

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  4. Are DirectShow filters COM servers?
    No
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    Ok
    Thank you guys
    Best wishes
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