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The WMEncProfileList method creates a dialog box that displays a list of profiles.


WMEncProfileManager.WMEncProfileList(filter, lcid)



[in]  Member of a WMENC_MEDIA_FILTER enumeration type identifying the type of input streams for which the profiles in the list are defined.


[in]  Long containing the locale ID identifying the language that appears in the Profile Manager. If this is left blank, the locale ID defaults to English.

Return Values

This method does not return a value.

Example Code

' Create a WMEncProfileManager object.
Dim ProfileMgr As WMEncProfileManager
Set ProfileMgr = New WMEncProfileManager

Dim sLastProfile As String
Dim sProfileDirectory As String
Dim sDetailsString As String

' Display the dialog box that lists the profiles. Because you
' are calling WMEncProfileListEx rather than WMEncProfileList
' and have indicated that a new profile is audio-only, if you
' bring up the New profile dialog box, only the audio check box
' will be selected.

' Display the New Profile dialog box. If you supply the name of an
' existing profile, the new profile will be a copy of that one.
ProfileMgr.WMEncProfileEdit "Windows Media Video 8 for Local Area Network (384 Kbps)", WMENC_FILTER_AV, 0

' Retrieve a string containing the details of a specific profile.
sDetailsString = ProfileMgr.GetDetailsString("Windows Media Video 8 for Local Area Network (384 Kbps)", 0)

' Retrieve the name of the last profile created during the current
' encoding session.
sLastProfile = ProfileMgr.LastCreatedProfile

' Retrieve a string containing the path of the directory in which
' custom profiles are stored.
sProfileDirectory = ProfileMgr.ProfileDirectory


Reference: Windows Media Encoder

Library: wmenc.exe

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