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DISPLAYID_DETAILED_TIMING_TYPE_I_ASPECT_RATIO enumeration

The DISPLAYID_DETAILED_TIMING_TYPE_I_ASPECT_RATIO enumeration indicates the display device's aspect ratio, defined as width by height (width x height).

Syntax


enum _DISPLAYID_DETAILED_TIMING_TYPE_I_ASPECT_RATIO {  DIDDT1_AspectRatio_1x1    = 0, 
  DIDDT1_AspectRatio_5x4    = 1, 
  DIDDT1_AspectRatio_4x3    = 2, 
  DIDDT1_AspectRatio_15x9   = 3, 
  DIDDT1_AspectRatio_16x9   = 4, 
  DIDDT1_AspectRatio_16x10  = 5 

};

Constants

DIDDT1_AspectRatio_1x1

Indicates a 1 x 1 aspect ratio.

DIDDT1_AspectRatio_5x4

Indicates a 5 x 4 aspect ratio.

DIDDT1_AspectRatio_4x3

Indicates a 4 x 3 aspect ratio.

DIDDT1_AspectRatio_15x9

Indicates a 15 x 9 aspect ratio.

DIDDT1_AspectRatio_16x9

Indicates a 16 x 9 aspect ratio.

DIDDT1_AspectRatio_16x10

Indicates a 16 x 10 aspect ratio.

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows 7 and later versions of the Windows operating systems.

Header

D3dkmdt.h (include D3dkmdt.h)

 

 

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