The KSEVENT structure specifies a single kernel streaming event within a kernel streaming event set.
Specifies a GUID that identifies a kernel streaming event set. For more information about event set GUIDs, see Remarks.
Specifies the member of the event set.
Specifies the request type. This flag should be one of the values listed in the following table.
Enables event notification for this event type. The driver continues event notification until the client explicitly disables it.
Enables event notification for the next occurrence of this event only. The client does not need to (and should not) disable the event once it has occurred.
Queries for the list of event sets, or for support of a particular event set.
Queries for support of a particular event type.
Instead of notifying the client, the driver queues event notifications. The client then issues a second IOCTL_KS_ENABLE_EVENT request with the KSEVENT_TYPE_QUERYBUFFER to receive the queued event notifications.
Indicates that the event passed is of type KSE_NODE, where NodeId indicates the numeric ID of the topology node. Do not set this flag on its own; instead, OR it with other flags from this list.
Retrieves the next buffered event notification.
Microsoft provides several system-defined event set GUIDs. Minidrivers specify one of these GUIDs in the Set member. Kernel streaming event sets typically begin with a KSEVENTSETID prefix. Kernel streaming event sets are defined in ks.h, ksmedia.h, bdamedia.h, and possibly other header files.
For more information about kernel streaming events, see KS Properties, Events, and Methods.
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