Note [Deprecated. This API may be removed from future releases of Windows.]
The SetOneShot method specifies whether the Sample Grabber filter halts after the filter receives a sample.
A Boolean value that specifies whether the Sample Grabber filter halts after receiving a sample.
The Sample Grabber halts after the first sample.
After the first sample, the Sample Grabber continues to process samples. This is the default behavior.
If this method succeeds, it returns S_OK. Otherwise, it returns an HRESULT error code.
Use this method to get a single sample from the stream, as follows:
- Call SetOneShot with the value TRUE.
- Optionally, use the IMediaSeeking interface to seek to a position in the stream.
- Call IMediaControl::Run to run the filter graph.
- Call IMediaEvent::WaitForCompletion to wait for the graph to halt. Alternatively, call IMediaEvent::GetEvent to get graph events, until you receive the EC_COMPLETE event.
After the Sample Grabber halts, the filter graph is still in a running state. You can seek or pause the graph to get another sample.
Note An earlier version of the documentation stated that the filter graph stops after the sample is received. That is not accurate. The stream ends, but the graph remains in the running state.
Note The header file Qedit.h is not compatible with Direct3D headers later than version 7.
Note To obtain Qedit.h, download the Microsoft Windows SDK Update for Windows Vista and .NET Framework 3.0. Qedit.h is not available in the Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1.