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ruben,

i want to register my application/extension to handle certain mime types.

for example, lets say if application wants to play the .mp4 file, and the my extension is installed on the system, the extension should be invoked.

It is preferred that application should call IMedia.. related API (only).

I have few questions here, please let me know if its already discussed anywhere else!!
1. Can an extension support more then one MIME type?
2. Can one design own class which can be used as base class for another application?
3. Can I link my processor (say ARM) optimized code with extension's C code? if yes, then which compiler is recommonded?

I have few questions here, please let me know if its already discussed anywhere else!!
1. Can an extension support more then one MIME type?
2. Can one design own class which can be used as base class for another application?
3. Can I link my processor (say ARM) optimized code with extension's C code? if yes, then which compiler is recommonded?

I have few questions here, please let me know if its already discussed anywhere else!!
1. Can an extension support more then one MIME type?
2. Can one design own class which can be used as base class for another application?
3. Can I link my processor (say ARM) optimized code with extension's C code? if yes, then which compiler is recommonded

I have few questions here, please let me know if its already discussed anywhere else!!
1. Can an extension support more then one MIME type?
2. Can one design own class which can be used as base class for another application?
3. Can I link my processor (say ARM) optimized code with extension's C code? if yes, then which compiler is recommonded

Theoratically
1. yes
2. Yes
3. yes
But if you ask me it is
1. No.
2. No. [if you use extension yes]
3. Yes.

Theoratically
1. yes
2. Yes
3. yes
But if you ask me it is
1. No.
2. No. [if you use extension yes]
3. Yes.

Stop Multi-posting same Questions.

Stop Multi-posting same Questions.

Hi,
1. is true both in theory and in practice. We have support for both "audio/wma" and "video/wmv" in our project. You just add them to the MIME types list in your MIF file.
~Andrew

Hi,
1. is true both in theory and in practice. We have support for both "audio/wma" and "video/wmv" in our project. You just add them to the MIME types list in your MIF file.
~Andrew

1. Yes
2. Yes
3. I don't understand why you would do this. Your application should not be linked with an extension, the extension is compiled separately into another MOD and your application should be using the extension through the defined extension interface.

1. Yes
2. Yes
3. I don't understand why you would do this. Your application should not be linked with an extension, the extension is compiled separately into another MOD and your application should be using the extension through the defined extension interface.

I appologize the multiple posting for the same topic, i think due to browser problem it went twice. I am thankful to people for replying.
mohlendo: I am going to keep application and extension as different entity, but i want to optimize the code for the particular processor, which i want to confirm once!
Thanks again!

I appologize the multiple posting for the same topic, i think due to browser problem it went twice. I am thankful to people for replying.
mohlendo: I am going to keep application and extension as different entity, but i want to optimize the code for the particular processor, which i want to confirm once!
Thanks again!