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DVD_KARAOKE_DOWNMIX enumeration

Defines flags used by the IDvdControl2::SelectKaraokeAudioPresentationMode method to control which speakers, if any, each auxiliary channel is downmixed to.

Syntax


typedef enum tagDVD_KARAOKE_DOWNMIX { 
  DVD_Mix_0to0  = 0x0001,
  DVD_Mix_1to0  = 0x0002,
  DVD_Mix_2to0  = 0x0004,
  DVD_Mix_3to0  = 0x0008,
  DVD_Mix_4to0  = 0x0010,
  DVD_Mix_Lto0  = 0x0020,
  DVD_Mix_Rto0  = 0x0040,
  DVD_Mix_0to1  = 0x0100,
  DVD_Mix_1to1  = 0x0200,
  DVD_Mix_2to1  = 0x0400,
  DVD_Mix_3to1  = 0x0800,
  DVD_Mix_4to1  = 0x1000,
  DVD_Mix_Lto1  = 0x2000,
  DVD_Mix_Rto1  = 0x4000
} DVD_KARAOKE_DOWNMIX;

Constants

DVD_Mix_0to0

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_1to0

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_2to0

Downmix channel 2 to the left speaker.

DVD_Mix_3to0

Downmix channel 3 to the left speaker.

DVD_Mix_4to0

Downmix channel 4 to the left speaker.

DVD_Mix_Lto0

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_Rto0

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_0to1

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_1to1

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_2to1

Downmix channel 2 to the right speaker.

DVD_Mix_3to1

Downmix channel 3 to the right speaker.

DVD_Mix_4to1

Downmix channel 4 to the right speaker.

DVD_Mix_Lto1

Reserved.

DVD_Mix_Rto1

Reserved.

Remarks

Audio channels are zero-based, so channels 2 through 4 are the three auxiliary karaoke channels. Use bitwise OR operations to set the appropriate bit to send a channel to the left speaker (0), right speaker (1), both speakers, or to no speakers by turning both bits off. These bits are all off by default whenever the DVD Navigator Filter filter enters karaoke mode.

Requirements

Header

Strmif.h (include Dshow.h)

See also

DirectShow Enumerated Types
IDvdControl2::SelectKaraokeAudioPresentationMode

 

 

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