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AMExtendedSeekingCapabilities enumeration

The AMExtendedSeekingCapabilities enumeration contains flags that describe the extended seeking capabilities of a filter.

Syntax


typedef enum  { 
  AM_EXSEEK_CANSEEK                = 1,
  AM_EXSEEK_CANSCAN                = 2,
  AM_EXSEEK_MARKERSEEK             = 4,
  AM_EXSEEK_SCANWITHOUTCLOCK       = 8,
  AM_EXSEEK_NOSTANDARDREPAINT      = 16,
  AM_EXSEEK_BUFFERING              = 32,
  AM_EXSEEK_SENDS_VIDEOFRAMEREADY  = 64
} AMExtendedSeekingCapabilities;

Constants

AM_EXSEEK_CANSEEK

Indicates that the stream is seekable.

AM_EXSEEK_CANSCAN

Indicates that the filter supports rates other than 1.0.

AM_EXSEEK_MARKERSEEK

Indicates that the stream contains markers.

AM_EXSEEK_SCANWITHOUTCLOCK

Indicates that the filter can play back at rates other than 1.0.

AM_EXSEEK_NOSTANDARDREPAINT

Indicates that the filter can seek to a new frame without displaying the new frame when it finds it.

AM_EXSEEK_BUFFERING

Indicates that the filter can seek while the stream is buffering.

AM_EXSEEK_SENDS_VIDEOFRAMEREADY

Indicates that the filter's video pin has been created.

Remarks

See IAMExtendedSeeking::get_ExSeekCapabilities for descriptions of how the Windows Media Source filter sets these flags.

Requirements

Header

Qnetwork.h

See also

DirectShow Enumerated Types

 

 

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