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KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_S structure

The KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_S structure describes filter-based properties in the PROPSETID_VIDCAP_CAMERACONTROL property set.

Syntax


typedef struct {
  KSPROPERTY Property;
  LONG       Value;
  ULONG      Flags;
  ULONG      Capabilities;
} KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_S, *PKSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_S;

Members

Property

Specifies an initialized KSPROPERTY structure that describes the property set, property ID, and request type.

Value

Specifies the value of the property. This member is read/write.

Flags

Indicates, for Get requests, the current setting for the specified property from the values listed below. Indicates, for Set requests, the desired setting for the specified property from the values listed below. This member can be set to one of the following values that are defined in ksmedia.h:

FlagMeaning

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_MANUAL

Indicates that the setting is controlled manually.

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_AUTO

Indicates that the setting is controlled automatically.

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_ABSOLUTE

Indicates that the setting is in absolute values.

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_RELATIVE

Indicates that the setting is in relative values.

 

Capabilities

Indicates the minidriver's camera control capabilities for the specified property. This member is read-only. This member can be set to one of the following values that are defined in ksmedia.h:

FlagMeaning

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_MANUAL

Indicates that the device can be controlled manually.

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_AUTO

Indicates that the device can be controlled automatically.

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_ABSOLUTE

Indicates that the device settings are in absolute values.

KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_FLAGS_RELATIVE

Indicates that the device settings are in relative values.

 

Requirements

Header

Ksmedia.h (include Ksmedia.h)

See also

KSPROPERTY
PROPSETID_VIDCAP_CAMERACONTROL
KSPROPERTY_CAMERACONTROL_NODE_S

 

 

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