IWMReader::SetOutputProps method (wmsdkidl.h)
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The SetOutputProps method specifies the media properties of an uncompressed output stream.
[in] DWORD dwOutputNum,
[in] IWMOutputMediaProps *pOutput
DWORD containing the output number.
Pointer to an IWMOutputMediaProps interface.
The method returns an HRESULT. Possible values include, but are not limited to, those in the following table.
|The method succeeded.
|The dwOutputNum parameter is greater than the number of output streams.
|The method failed for an unspecified reason.
Manipulating an object retrieved by a call to GetOutputProps has no effect on the output media stream unless the application also calls SetOutputProps.
DirectX VA formats can be returned from GetOutputFormat, but if they are passed in to SetOutputProps, that method will fail because DirectX VA formats cannot be specified in this way. Therefore, your code should either examine the format before passing it to SetOutputProps, or handle the case of that method failing by attempting the next format enumerated from GetOutputFormat. For a code snippet showing how to identify a DirectX VA format, see Enabling DirectX Video Acceleration
If this method is called while the reader is running, an IWMReaderCallbackAdvanced::OnOutputPropsChanged call is generated.
|Minimum supported client
|Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only],Windows Media Format 7 SDK, or later versions of the SDK
|Minimum supported server
|Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]
|wmsdkidl.h (include Wmsdk.h)
|Wmvcore.lib; WMStubDRM.lib (if you use DRM)