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Example using MJPEG compression and DeCompressor filter in directshow application

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Hi,
can any one give me some idea or how to implement MJPEG Compression filter to Compress BitMapImages--- send over Network ---Decompress and render to the other end.

i am capturing a video using Webcam . Now i am able to Get current image using GetCurrentImage() .

now i have to Compress ..but how???
i am developing a Video application Win32api using 'C & DirectShow';

Thanks in advance.
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