MediaCapture.RecordLimitationExceeded Event


Occurs when the record limit is exceeded.

 virtual event RecordLimitationExceededEventHandler ^ RecordLimitationExceeded;
// Register
event_token RecordLimitationExceeded(RecordLimitationExceededEventHandler const& handler) const;

// Revoke with event_token
void RecordLimitationExceeded(event_token const* cookie) const;

// Revoke with event_revoker
RecordLimitationExceeded_revoker RecordLimitationExceeded(auto_revoke_t, RecordLimitationExceededEventHandler const& handler) const;
public event RecordLimitationExceededEventHandler RecordLimitationExceeded;
function onRecordLimitationExceeded(eventArgs) { /* Your code */ }
mediaCapture.addEventListener("recordlimitationexceeded", onRecordLimitationExceeded);
mediaCapture.removeEventListener("recordlimitationexceeded", onRecordLimitationExceeded);
- or -
mediaCapture.onrecordlimitationexceeded = onRecordLimitationExceeded;
Public Custom Event RecordLimitationExceeded As RecordLimitationExceededEventHandler 

Event Type


Windows 10 requirements

App capabilities


If an app receives a RecordLimitationExceeded event, it is expected to finalize the file it is recording. If it does not finalize, the capture engine will stop sending samples to the file that the app was recording to.

In the current release, the record limit is three hours.

Applies to

See also