A media type is a way to describe the format of a media stream. In Media Foundation, media types are represented by the IMFMediaType interface. Applications use media types to discover the format of a media file or media stream. Objects in the Media Foundation pipeline use media types to negotiate the formats they will deliver or receive.
This section contains the following topics.
|About Media Types||General overview of media types in Media Foundation.|
|Media Type GUIDs||Lists the defined GUIDs for major types and subtypes.|
|Audio Media Types||How to create media types for audio formats.|
|Video Media Types||How to create media types for video formats.|
|Complete and Partial Media Types||Describes the difference between complete media types and partial media types.|
|Media Type Conversions||How to convert between Media Foundation media types and older format structures.|
|Media Type Helper Functions||A list of functions that manipulate or get information from a media type.|
|Media Type Debugging Code||Example code that shows how to view a media type while debugging.|
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