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eAVDDSurroundMode enumeration

Specifies whether the audio is encoded in Dolby Surround. This enumeration is used with the AVDDSurroundMode property.

Syntax


enum eAVDDSurroundMode {
  eAVDDSurroundMode_NotIndicated  = 0, 
  eAVDDSurroundMode_No            = 1, 
  eAVDDSurroundMode_Yes           = 2 

};

Constants

eAVDDSurroundMode_NotIndicated

The bit stream does not indicate whether the audio is encoded in Dolby Surround.

eAVDDSurroundMode_No

The bit stream is not encoded in Dolby Surround.

eAVDDSurroundMode_Yes

The bit stream is encoded in Dolby Surround.

Remarks

If the audio stream is Dolby AC-3, this property reflects the value of the dsurmod field in the bit stream.

Bit field Value
00eAVDDSurroundMode_NotIndicated
01eAVDDSurroundMode_No
10eAVDDSurroundMode_Yes

 

If the audio stream is any other format, the value is eAVDDSurroundMode_No.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]

Header

Codecapi.h

See also

Codec API Enumerations
ICodecAPI Interface

 

 

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