WIA_DPC_CAPTURE_DELAY

The WIA_DPC_CAPTURE_DELAY property contains a value that represents the amount of time delay, in milliseconds, that should be inserted between the capture trigger and the actual initiation of a data capture.

Property Type: VT_I4

Valid Values: WIA_PROP_LIST or WIA_PROP_RANGE

Access Rights: Read/write

Remarks

The WIA_DPC_CAPTURE_DELAY property is not intended to be used to describe the time between frames for single-initiation, multiple captures such as burst or time lapse, which have separate interval properties (WIA_DPC_BURST_INTERVAL and WIA_DPC_TIMELAPSE_INTERVAL, respectively). In those cases, WIA_DPC_CAPTURE_DELAY still serves as an initial delay before the first image in the series is captured, independent of the time between frames. For no precapture delay, this property should be set to zero

Requirements

Version

Obsolete in Windows Vista and later operating systems and should no longer be used. However, this property is still defined in Windows Vista for compatibility with applications and devices designed for Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and previous versions of Windows.

Header

Wiadef.h (include Wiadef.h)

See also

WIA_DPC_BURST_INTERVAL
WIA_DPC_TIMELAPSE_INTERVAL

 

 

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