Created by: Axel Becker on 14-03-2012 06:33:52 AM Hi, we are currently implementing the new Media Driver. It works fine in a 32 bit environment. If I install the 64 bit TSP in a 64 bit environment there is no cmrtplib.dll. There is only a cmrtplib64.dll. Does that mean that the Media Driver Interface in a 64 bit environment can used only by a 64 bit application? Not by a 32 bit application.... In the developers guide I found nothing about the cmrtplib64.dll. /Axel
Subject: RE: TSP Media Driver 32/64 bit Replied by: Praveen Thilakendranath on 16-03-2012 08:05:39 AM Hi Alex,
I believe the 64 bit TSP including the media driver is compatible/ designed to work with x64 applications only. So your assumptions are correct.
I am not sure if there are any latest developments /plans from Cisco to provide a common interface for both x86 and x64 applications. If anyone on this forum has any inputs, feel free to let us know.
Subject: RE: TSP Media Driver 32/64 bit Replied by: David Staudt on 16-03-2012 05:05:51 PM The 64-bit TSP must be used in conjunction with a 64-bit OS and 64-bit compiled applications - all components 64-bit. This is a requirement due to limitations in the Microsoft TSP extensions mechanism.
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