IMFVideoPresenter interface (evr.h)

Represents a video presenter. A video presenter is an object that receives video frames, typically from a video mixer, and presents them in some way, typically by rendering them to the display. The enhanced video renderer (EVR) provides a default video presenter, and applications can implement custom presenters.

The video presenter receives video frames as soon as they are available from upstream. The video presenter is responsible for presenting frames at the correct time and for synchronizing with the presentation clock.


The IMFVideoPresenter interface inherits from IMFClockStateSink. IMFVideoPresenter also has these types of members:


The IMFVideoPresenter interface has these methods.


Retrieves the presenter's media type.

Sends a message to the video presenter. Messages are used to signal the presenter that it must perform some action, or that some event has occurred.


Minimum supported client Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]
Target Platform Windows
Header evr.h

See also

How to Write an EVR Presenter


Media Foundation Interfaces