Windows Media Player Custom Visualizations
Microsoft Windows Media Player provides visualizations that enable the user to see visual imagery that is synchronized to the sound of the media content as it plays. Several standard visualizations are included with Windows Media Player, including Spikes, Bars, and DotPlane. This section of the SDK provides programming information that will enable you to create your own visualizations.
The custom visualization documentation is divided into three sections:
|About Custom Visualizations||Discusses the architecture of custom visualizations in abstract terms. You should read this section to understand how visualizations relate to Windows Media Player.|
|Custom Visualization Programming Guide||Explains what you need to do to create a custom visualization. This section contains useful hints and tips that will help you create interesting visualizations.|
|Custom Visualization Programming Reference||Provides a reference for the interface you must implement as well as other technical reference information.|