SUB_Q_HEADER structure

The SUB_Q_HEADER structure contains audio status information and the length of the Q subchannel data being returned. This structure is used in conjunction with SUB_Q_CHANNEL_DATA.

Syntax


typedef struct _SUB_Q_HEADER {
  UCHAR Reserved;
  UCHAR AudioStatus;
  UCHAR DataLength[2];
} SUB_Q_HEADER, *PSUB_Q_HEADER;

Members

Reserved

Reserved.

AudioStatus

Reports the audio status with one of the following flags:

AUDIO_STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED

Audio status byte not supported or not valid.

AUDIO_STATUS_IN_PROGRESS

Audio play operation is in progress.

AUDIO_STATUS_PAUSED

Audio play operation is paused.

AUDIO_STATUS_PLAY_COMPLETE

Audio play operation completed successfully.

AUDIO_STATUS_PLAY_ERROR

Audio play operation stopped due to error.

AUDIO_STATUS_NO_STATUS

No current audio status to return.

DataLength

Gives the length of Q subchannel data that follows this header structure. The bytes in this array are arranged in big-endian order. DataLength[0] contains the most significant byte, and DataLength[1] contains the least significant byte.

Requirements

Header

Ntddcdrm.h (include Ntddcdrm.h)

See also

IOCTL_CDROM_READ_Q_CHANNEL
CDROM_SUB_Q_DATA_FORMAT
SUB_Q_CHANNEL_DATA

 

 

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