How to enable low-latency playback (HTML)
[This article is for Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.x developers writing Windows Runtime apps. If you’re developing for Windows 10, see the latest documentation]
Setting the msRealTime attribute on a media element enables low-latency playback.
The msRealTime attribute, when set to true, enables the media element to reduce the initial latency for playback. This is critical for two-way communications apps. And can be applicable to some gaming scenarios. Be aware that this mode is more resource intensive and is less power-efficient. For more information on performance, see Audio and video performance.
See the Real-Time Communication Sample.
This example creates a Audio element and sets the msRealTime attribute to true.
<audio src="GameEffect.avi" msRealtime=true msAudioDeviceType="console" msAudioCatogery="soundeffects" />