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20 Settembre 2020

DirectShow Filter for developers and OEM

19-06-2010 16:43 - News Archive
ClassX is pleased to announce the upcoming release of SharedFrameFilter (R), a DirectShow filter completely FREE which enables the integration of ClassX graphics engines within any application based on the standard DirectShow (R) from Microsoft. The filter is able to perform real-time overlay of an unlimited number of layers both static and animated graphics, as well as layers of video generated by any application ClassX broadcast or OEM.

Third-party applications can use the filter to add graphics in real time in an efficient, flexible and safe: in contrast to more or less similar products, the filter itself is able to perform an automatic bypass in case of zero-delay problems or lack graphic information. The main video stream is never interrupted. The graphics rendering is done in a completely asynchronous and impeccable quality, thanks to the power of ClassX graphics engines. SharedFrameFilter is available for integrators and OEM applications registered. Anyone who wants to use SharedFrameFilter can contact us directly. Developers and integrators of video playout systems, digital signage, media asset management, and automation can usually rely on a secure and powerful technology for the integration of graphic content quality. Just a few minutes to evaluate SharedFrameFilter. Why wait?

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Our SocialServer and SocialPlayer application does not store and therefore does not save the data of users who write posts and / or comments to posts on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram ..... The data used are not sold to third parties.

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"Apps, websites and third party integrations on our Products or those that make use of them.

When you choose to use apps, websites or other third-party services that use or are integrated with our Products, they may receive information about what you publish or share. For example, when you play with your Facebook friends or use the Facebook Comment or Share button on a website, the game or website developer can get information about your activities within the game or receive a comment or link that you have shared from the website on Facebook. In addition, when you download or use such third-party services, they can access your public profile on Facebook and the information you share with them. The apps and websites you use may receive a list of your Facebook friends if you choose to share it with them. However, the apps and websites you use will not be able to receive any other information from you about your Facebook friends or your followers on Instagram (although your friends and followers may, of course, choose to share this information on their own). Information collected from such third-party services is subject to their terms and conditions, not to ours.

Devices and operating systems that provide native versions of Facebook and Instagram (i.e. apps not developed by us) will have access to all the information you choose to share with them, including information that your friends share with you, so we can provide you with our main features.

Note: we are working to further restrict access to data by developers in order to prevent misuse. For example, we will remove developer access to your Facebook and Instagram data if you have not used their app for three months, and we are changing the Facebook Login so that the next version will reduce the data that an app can request without sending the app for analysis, including only name, username and biography of Instagram, profile picture and e-mail address. To request more data, our approval will be mandatory. "

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