This method determines whether the renderer should check the current scan line when drawing a video.
If you blit a video image to the screen while the monitor's scan line is scanning over a visible portion of the screen, the complete image will be a composite of the old and new images.
This composite is known as a torn video image.
You can avoid torn images by waiting until the previous image is complete before blitting the new image.
Some video cards can retrieve the scan line's current position; if this information is available, you can have DirectShow try to reduce tearing by waiting until the scan line is offscreen before blitting the new image.
Checking the scan line location increases load on the processor and can reduce the amount of video frames delivered to the screen.
If scan line information is available, DirectShow uses it by default.
If you want to save processing time at the expense of minor image degradation, set UseScanLine to OAFALSE.
|Windows Embedded CE||Windows CE 2.12 and later|
|Windows Mobile||Pocket PC for Windows Mobile Version 5.0 and later, Smartphone for Windows Mobile Version 5.0 and later|
|Note||Microsoft DirectShow applications and DirectShow filters have different include file and Library requirements|
For more information, see Setting Up the Build Environment, Version 2.12 requires DXPAK 1.0 or later