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DirectShow Filters, GraphEdit & SDK for Video Help

I'm not 100% sure where to start or what I'm looking for.

What I'm trying to do: Using DirectShow Filters in GraphEdit to create a way to bring in HDR MetaData from the capture source and send it all the way through to the file writer.

The First Problem: When I get to say AVIMux, It accepts the input of bitmapinfoheader However it doesn't output the bitmapinfoheader. Which basically loses the Color settings for Metadata which is needed for HDR.
The Second Problem: I'm using the basic filters, allot of filters will not work since I'm using different Colorspace which these filters were not designed for. Like Rec.2020 (BT.2020).
The Third Problem: The interface will not connect to allot of filters due to the capture Source.
Side Note: Is it possible to bring other filters into GraphEdit like FFMPEG? Allot of these filters are so outdated.

Is there a way to go into the AVImux and alter it so bitmapinfoheader is also outputted? Or maybe something new to use?

Few other things: I have access to the SDK for the Capture Source but I'm not sure what to do with it.

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