Resize Filter SDK Libraries
LEADTOOLS provides developers with the LEAD Resize DirectShow filter and Media Foundation transform for use in their .NET (C# & VB) and C/C++ applications. This filter is used to resize videos with various subsampling algorithms, such as Bicubic, Bresenham, and Resample, with the purpose of improving playback quality on different screens or to reduce bandwidth requirements by streaming smaller video sizes. Video Resize can also be permanently applied during live capture or post-processing and is a key step in saving disk space.
Resize Filter Libraries
Use the LEAD Video Resize filter to change the dimensions of a source video, resulting in new media with new dimensions and size. The filter exposes its functionality through both user and programming interfaces.
Choose from multiple resizing algorithms for optimal video quality
Resize based on custom input or choose from various pre-defined options
- Aspect ratio
- Ratio (3x, 2x, 1/2x, 1/3x, etc.)
Resize during video playback, conversion, or capture
- Real-time video processing
- Post-processing video editing
- Adjust video resize parameters on the fly for instantaneous results
- Developers can control the LEAD Video Resize filter with included .NET (C# & VB) and C DLL libraries for 32 and 64-bit development
Easy to Integrate
LEADTOOLS handles the heavy lifting, eliminating months of R&D, while giving you the best quality and performance available. You'll be free to focus on other components of your application. Download the LEADTOOLS evaluation to streamline your development.
Resize Filter SDK Platforms and Programming Interfaces
Projects that use LEADTOOLS Resize Filter libraries can be deployed to Windows devices.
Developers that are leveraging these frameworks can utilize the Resize Filter SDK: .NET Framework, WinForms, and ASP.NET
Programming, Scripting, Markup
Resize Filter code snippets and demo applications are provided for the following: C#, VB, XAML, and C/C++
Start Coding With LEADTOOLS Resize Filter
Multimedia libraries for Windows development in C, C++, C#, and VB.NET targeting DirectShow and Media Foundation frameworks.