Off to CES in Las Vegas


I’m off to the Consumer Electronic’s Show in Las Vegas. I’ve never been to Las Vegas before so I’m sure it’ll be a very interesting experience. If any of you happen to be going, stop by the Windows Movie Maker station in the Microsoft booth and say Hi. I’ll be there from 12:00 to 3:00 pm every day except for Sunday.

Happy New Year
Dean

Comments (4)

  1. Great to see you in person! says:

    Hey, Dean,

    It’s great to meet you in CES. Your demo was so well done, and so many people were surprised that a simple to use editing software is already in their hard disk, and they had paid so much money buying other editing software that they don’t know how to use.

    I hope you enjoyed Vegas, and hope to catch you in person again! And congratulations on the good work done!

    losheng

  2. How can I write my own DirectX "transition" filter that would be compatible with WMM? According to Microsoft’s documentation, user-developed transition filters are "no longer supported." Why is this? Please don’t make me have to use Qu*ckT*me.

  3. Dean Rowe says:

    I don’t know where you read otherwise, but custom transition filters and effects are still supported. My previous blog entry

    http://blogs.msdn.com/deanro/archive/2004/09/16/230756.aspx

    had a link to the article which shows you how to write them.