Re: DirectShow heap memory leak
Date: Fri, 07 Jan 2005 09:19:10 -0600
On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 16:16:42 -0700, "Michael Schwab"
>Even though I believe I'm releasing all the DirectShow objects correctly
>after usage, I still lose over 1 Mb of heap space every time I run the
>sample code (from Pesce, etc.). And Run() still can't find enough space to
>run, even the first time.
It looks like you are releasing the references properly, but in general
I would strongly recommend using CComPtr and CComQIPtr. Then you won't
have to worry about releasing anything, it's done automatically.
What kind of file are you trying to play? The memory leak might be in a
decompressor or another filter that's inserted into the graph.
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