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Audio, Graphics and Media (Compact 7)

3/12/2014

Learn about Windows Embedded Compact 7 support for audio, media, and graphics features.

Windows Embedded Compact 7 provides a set of Audio and Media features that support encoded multimedia data such as Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Video, DVD-Video, MP3, and MPEG-1.

The graphics features provide levels of performance beyond that of the Graphics Device Interface (GDI) by providing low-level access to audio and video hardware in a device-independent manner.

For a list of media formats supported by Compact 7, see Encoded Media Catalog Items and Sysgen Variables.

Encoded Media Catalog Items and Sysgen Variables

Provides information on the catalog items to support specific media formats.

Four-Character Codes (FOURCC)

Provide information on the codes used to identify media formats.

Audio Compression Manager

Provides information about the Audio Compression Manager, which is an audio subsystem that manages audio codecs, audio format conversion, and audio filter drivers.

DirectDraw

Provides support for hardware-accelerated 2-D graphics.

Graphics, Windowing and Events (GWES)

Provides basic hardware-independent graphics support for Windows Embedded Compact applications.

Hardware Audio Mixer

Audio mixer service that controls the routing of audio lines to a target device for playing or recording.

Imaging

Provides support for various still image codecs.

Media Library

A COM API that you can use to manage media in applications.

Multiple Screens

Provides support for connecting multiple screens to a Windows Embedded Compact-based device.

Waveform Audio

Provides an application exact control over waveform audio input/output devices.

Windows Media DRM 10 for Network Devices

A digital rights management technology used to protect audio and video content on mobile and embedded devices.

Windows Media Player

The Windows Media Player integrates playback, media library, and Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) support.

Windows Media Player OCX Control 6.4

Provides functionality for Windows Media Player to exist as an ActiveX control inside a web page along with other content and hosted by the Windows Embedded Compact browser.

Windows Media Player OCX Control 7.0

Provides functionality for Windows Media Player to exist as an ActiveX control inside a web page along with other content and hosted by the Windows Embedded Compact browser.

This version is based on the OCX 7.0 Object Model, which displays content on web pages that use this model.

Windows Media Technologies

A set of COM interfaces and codecs that support a broad range of server and client applications that stream audio, video, and script commands as a continuous flow of data.

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