VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason Enum

Definition

Specifies the reason why the VideoStabilizationEffect.Enabled property changed.

public : enum class VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason
enum class winrt::Windows::Media::Core::VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason : int32_t
public enum VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason
Public Enum VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason
var value = Windows.Media.Core.VideoStabilizationEffectEnabledChangedReason.pixelRateTooHigh;
Attributes

Windows 10 requirements

Device family
Windows 10 (introduced v10.0.10240.0)
API contract
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v1)

Fields

PixelRateTooHigh PixelRateTooHigh PixelRateTooHigh PixelRateTooHigh PixelRateTooHigh 1

The pixel rate of the video stream was too high.

Programmatic Programmatic Programmatic Programmatic Programmatic 0

The value was changed programmatically from app code.

RunningSlowly RunningSlowly RunningSlowly RunningSlowly RunningSlowly 2

The video stabilization effect was running slowly.

See also