IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS Enumeration

Specifies boolean flags for an indirect display adapter.

Syntax

typedef enum IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS {
  IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_NONE,
  IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_USE_SMALLEST_MODE,
  IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_CAN_USE_MOVE_REGIONS,
  IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_REMOTE_SESSION_DRIVER
} ;

Constants

IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_NONE Indicates that there are no flags set for the adapter.
IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_USE_SMALLEST_MODE Indicates to the OS that the smallest possible desktop surface size should be used when the desktop mode is changed. Typically a solution that has a large processing overhead or limited transmission bandwidth uses this flag to reduce the desktop image size in order to process as much as possible.
Note  Setting this flag results in a mode change each time the desktop resolution is changed.
 
IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_CAN_USE_MOVE_REGIONS Indicates if the driver can utilize move regions provided by the OS in addition to dirty rects when encoding the image. The driver should only set this to TRUE if it uses the move regions because this costs additional resource for the OS to generate them. If driver sets this to FALSE, the OS converts all move regions to dirty rects.
IDDCX_ADAPTER_FLAGS_REMOTE_SESSION_DRIVER Indicates if the driver is a remote session driver supporting remote session monitors rather than console session monitors. A remote session driver cannot support console session monitors and console session driver cannot support remote session monitors.

Supported starting in WDDM 2.6.

Remarks

Indirect display automatically supports OS virtual modes. Mode changes can be performed seamlessly by the OS using DWM scaling on a per frame basis without any display mode change. The disadvantage of this is that when a smaller desktop mode is used by the user, the desktop image provided to the driver will be bigger than the desktop size. This wastes encode and transmit bandwidth.

Requirements

   
Header iddcx.h