Windows Media Audio and Video Codec and DSP APIs
The Windows Media Audio and Video codecs and digital signal processors (DSPs) are part of the core of Windows Media technologies. This documentation describes how to directly use the codec and DSP objects provided in Windows Vista. Most of these objects are used in abstracted form through the objects of the Windows Media Format Software Development Kit (SDK) and the Media Foundation SDK. For more information about using those SDKs to encode, decode, and transform audio and video data, refer to the appropriate SDK documentation.
To use this SDK you should be familiar with either the Media Foundation SDK or the Direct Show 9.0 API and have a good understanding of codec technology.
This SDK contains the following sections.
|About the Windows Media Audio and Video Codec and DSP APIs||Provides overview and background information about the codec and DSP objects.|
|Programming Guide||Describes how to use the codec and DSP objects.|
|Programming Reference||Describes the interfaces, enumerations, properties, and constants that are associated with the codec and DSP objects.|