IDMOQualityControl interface supports quality control on a Microsoft DirectX Media Object (DMO).
A DMO exposes this interface if it can respond to late samples. When quality control is enabled, the DMO attempts to process samples on time, discarding late samples if necessary. When quality control is disabled, the DMO processes every sample. By default, quality control is disabled.
Applications use this interface to enable or disable quality control. Using quality control is appropriate when you are viewing media data in real time. If you are capturing data to a file, do not enable quality control, because the DMO might discard samples. It does not matter in file capture whether samples arrive late, and you do not want to lose the data.
To use quality control, perform the following steps:
- Call the IDMOQualityControl::SetNow method with the reference time of the earliest sample to be processed.
- Call the IDMOQualityControl::SetStatus method with the DMO_QUALITY_STATUS_ENABLED flag.
The IDMOQualityControl interface has these methods.
|IDMOQualityControl::GetStatus||The GetStatus method determines whether quality control is active.|
|IDMOQualityControl::SetNow||The SetNow method specifies the earliest time stamp that the DMO will deliver.|
|IDMOQualityControl::SetStatus||The SetStatus method enables or disables quality control.|
|Header||mediaobj.h (include Dmoguids.lib)|