Specifies, on IMFTransform, the maximum macroblock processing rate, in macroblocks per second, that is supported by the hardware encoder.
This is a read-only attribute.
This attribute is affected by the following properties:
- MF_MT_VIDEO_LEVEL (which is an alias of MF_MT_MPEG2_LEVEL)
If the MF_MT_VIDEO_LEVEL attribute is present, the encoder should return the processing rate for the highest bitrate and resolution supported at the specified level. If the MF_MT_VIDEO_LEVEL atribute is not present then it should use a default level of 4.
If the CODECAPI_AVEncCommonQualityVsSpeed ICodecAPI property has been set, the encoder should return the processing rate corresponding to the value set for this property. If the CODECAPI_AVEncCommonQualityVsSpeed attribute is not present, then it should use a default value of 0 which should be the fastest processing mode.
If the CODECAPI_AVEncMPVDefaultBPictureCount ICodecAPI property has been set to a valid and supported value, the encoder should return the processing rate corresponding the value set for this property. If the CODECAPI_AVEncMPVDefaultBPictureCount attribute is not presen,t then it should use a default value of 0 B frames.
Only the lower 28 bits should be used by an application. The upper 4bits are reserved for future use. Applications should ignore the upper 4 bits and MFTs should set the upper 4 bits to 0.
Minimum supported client
|Windows 8.1 [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2012 R2 [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]|
Build date: 11/16/2013