Expand Minimize

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL enumeration

Identifies flags for the generic parental levels defined in the DVD specification.

Syntax


typedef enum tagDVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL { 
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_8  = 0x8000,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_7  = 0x4000,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_6  = 0x2000,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_5  = 0x1000,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_4  = 0x0800,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_3  = 0x0400,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_2  = 0x0200,
  DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_1  = 0x0100
} DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL;

Constants

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_8

Parental level 8.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_7

Parental level 7.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_6

Parental level 6.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_5

Parental level 5.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_4

Parental level 4.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_3

Parental level 3.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_2

Parental level 2.

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_1

Parental level 1.

Remarks

DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_8 is the most restrictive level and DVD_PARENTAL_LEVEL_1 is the least restrictive. The way in which the levels are interpreted or used varies from country/region to country/region. In the United States and Canada, the levels correspond to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating levels as shown in the following table.

Parental level Meaning
1The rating is G, General.
3The rating is PG, Parental Guidance Suggested.
4The rating is PG-13, Parental Guidance Suggested, not recommended for those under 13.
6The rating is R, Restricted.
7The rating is NC-17.

 

This enumeration is used in the IDvdInfo2::GetTitleParentalLevels method.

Requirements

Header

Strmif.h (include Dshow.h)

See also

DirectShow Enumerated Types
IDvdInfo2::GetTitleParentalLevels

 

 

Community Additions

ADD
Show:
© 2014 Microsoft