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Windows Media Player 11 SDK ENDMARKER Element 

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ENDMARKER Element

The ENDMARKER element specifies a marker at which Windows Media Player will stop rendering the stream.

Syntax

<ENDMARKER
   NUMBER = "marker number" |
   NAME = "marker name"
/>

Attributes

NUMBER

The number of a numeric marker in the index. The default value is the end of the content.

NAME

The name of a named marker in the index. The default value is the end of the content.

Parent/Child Elements

Hierarchy Elements
Parent elements ENTRY, REF
Child elements None

Remarks

This element specifies the marker where Windows Media Player is to stop rendering the stream defined in the parent ENTRY or REF element.

Note   Use the ENDMARKER element with either the NUMBER or NAME attribute, but not both.

In preview mode, reaching an end marker stops the preview, even if the time specified by the PREVIEWDURATION element has not elapsed. The ENDMARKER element also takes precedence over the DURATION element.

An ENDMARKER element defined within a REF element takes precedence over an ENDMARKER defined within the REF element's parent ENTRY element.

If the marker specified by an ENDMARKER element occurs earlier in the stream than the marker defined by a STARTMARKER element, no content plays, but no error is generated.

Example Code

<ENDMARKER NUMBER="17" />
<ENDMARKER NAME="Marker_StopHere" />

Requirements

Windows Media Player version 7.0 or later.

See Also

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