IWMPVideoRenderConfig interface

The IWMPVideoRenderConfig interface provides a method that configures the enhanced video renderer (EVR) used by Windows Media Player.


The IWMPVideoRenderConfig interface inherits from the IUnknown interface. IWMPVideoRenderConfig also has these types of members:


The IWMPVideoRenderConfig interface has these methods.


Provides Windows Media Player with an activation object for a custom video presenter.


Retrieve a pointer to IWMPVideoRenderConfig by calling QueryInterface through a pointer to IWMPPlayer.

Note  If the EVR is not installed, QueryInterface will fail.

The EVR is installed as part of the Windows Vista operating system.

Typically, the EVR is not installed on a computer running Microsoft Windows XP. The EVR is not part of Windows XP itself, and installing Windows Media Player 11 on Windows XP does not install the EVR. In some cases, however, a computer running Windows XP might have the EVR installed. For example, installing Windows Presentation Foundation on Windows XP results in the EVR being installed as well.

An application running on Windows XP without the EVR installed cannot use the IWMPVideoRenderConfig interface.

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