RadLight Filter Manager v1.6 can be downloaded from the members area (source code and executable), or, since it is free and open source, by using the following links:
Delphi 7 Source Code
- Rewritten several parts by using faster and more flexible data containers (derived from TList)
- Empty categories are not shown anymore
- Added handling of environment variables in paths (Movie Maker filters under Vista)
- Added handling of filenames without path (ksproxy.ax under XP/Vista, quartz.dll under Vista)
- Essential filter files (those without path and additionally quartz.dll under XP) cannot be unregistered anymore.
- Displays a message box if admin rights are missing (e.g. for registering)
- Added Refresh, Navigate and Save Category as Text File commands to popup menu
- Added right-click selection of tree nodes
- Added hints for some buttons
- Added file version as filter subnodes and in category text files
- Larger default width/height
- Faster memory management with FastMM4
- Removed BlackList Tab (we've enjoyed this joke long enough...)
A new RadLight Filter Manager Version 1.5 (RFM) is available:
- Fix: Unnecessary registry write access caused problems in limited user accounts.
However, for registering / unregistering filters or changing merit values admin rights are mandatory!
- Added: Button for saving the the DirectShow filter list as text file (using commas as separators, can be imported in a data base)
- Changed: DirectShow filters whose file is missing are displayed in gray (if a filter has been deleted without unregistering it)
- Added: In case of an attempt to unregister a non-existent filter the RFM offers to delete the according (known) registry keys.
Please note: The RFM is not able to to clean the registry from all keys that a filter might have created when it was registered or running. Only the main keys containing the CLSID (Class ID) are removed, so that the filter doesn't appear anymore in filter lists (including the one in the RFM).
RFM 1.5 can be downloaded from the members area (source code and executable), or, since it is free and open source, by using the following links: