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DirectX, RDX, RSX, and MMX Technology: A Jumpstart Guide to High Performance APIs 1st edition by Coelho, Rohan, Hawash, Maher (1998) Paperback Tapa blanda – 1709
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Amazon.com: 8 opiniones
7 de mayo de 2001 - Publicado en Amazon.com
A 4 personas les ha parecido esto útil.
I got this book because of its Directshow chapters. The book says "Jumpstart Guide" and it is true that starts describing basic concepts like progressive and interlaced frames. However, a few pages later assumes you know all about DirectX. The book tell you that all explanations about installing and interfacing filters are in the CD, but the CD, that is oriented to Visual C 5 and DirectX 4, doesn't match the book at all (i.e. the examples are different) and has even empty files. I don't know about the other chapters, but the Directshow and filter creation chapters are a waste of time. The Microsoft SDK is a lot less pain, assumes you don't know what they explain you, and it is free.
Nick Tsocanos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
25 de abril de 1998 - Publicado en Amazon.com
This is the kind of book I find to be great. It is concise to get you started and provides enough info to get you going on the topic and then ways to get performance out of the technologies. I really like this book. I have been doing DirectX development for about a year now and still found this book to be an excellent reference on multimedia programming topics. My only complaint is that the book is intended more for beginners and not enough advanced discussions (the chapter usually stops at the meaty parts...) but still I recommend this book alot. Good!
The examples DO work and the website DOES exist
3 de abril de 1998 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Although some of the error messages one can get are misleading, the examples do work. After a pleasent exchange with one of the authors, I was able to get my copy of the demos to work. Kudos to Rohan Coelho. I tried the websight recently and I guess Addison Wesley's web people got their act together because it is now working. Hopefully, my issues and any more that other people experience will make their way onto the site. The book is a solid guide to some useful graphics programming techniques.
Badly written and untested
28 de septiembre de 1999 - Publicado en Amazon.com
A 5 personas les ha parecido esto útil.
This is one of the worse written technical books I have ever read. Examples don't work, and provided CD source code looks different than the code listings in the book. The book shows little snippets of the app being written, and it doesn't explain how these snippets relate to each other or how to put them together. Sometimes I had to write the code 1 line at a time, compiling, debugging, and testing after each line, so I could get it to work. This book proved to be very frustrating.
9 de junio de 1998 - Publicado en Amazon.com
An excellent source of material which isn't covered anywhere else. I needed to create a DirectShow source and rendering filter and this is the only book I found which even mentioned the topic. Between the SDK and this book I was able to make 100% more headway than I had before reading the book.