The IWMWriterNetworkSink interface is used to deliver streams to the network. It inherits all the methods of IWMWriterSink, and adds methods to configure the network sink.
The network sink object exposes this interface. To create the network sink object, call the WMCreateWriterNetworkSink function.
The IWMWriterNetworkSink interface has these methods.
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::Close||The Close method disconnects all clients from the network sink, and releases the port.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::Disconnect||The Disconnect method disconnects all clients from the network sink.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::GetHostURL||The GetHostURL method retrieves the URL from which the stream is broadcast. Clients will access the stream from this URL.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::GetMaximumClients||The GetMaximumClients method retrieves the maximum number of clients that can connect to this sink.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::GetNetworkProtocol||The GetNetworkProtocol method retrieves the network protocol that the network sink uses. Currently, HTTP is the only protocol the network sink supports.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::Open||The Open method opens a network port, and starts listening for network connections.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::SetMaximumClients||The SetMaximumClients method sets the maximum number of clients that can connect to this sink. Call this method before streaming begins.|
|IWMWriterNetworkSink::SetNetworkProtocol||The SetNetworkProtocol method sets the network protocol that the network sink uses. Currently, HTTP is the only protocol supported by the network sink.|