Sets the presentation clock on the media sink.
HRESULT SetPresentationClock( IMFPresentationClock *pPresentationClock );
Pointer to the IMFPresentationClock interface of the presentation clock, or NULL. If the value is NULL, the media sink stops listening to the presentaton clock that was previously set, if any.
The method returns an HRESULT. Possible values include, but are not limited to, those in the following table.
||The method succeeded.|
||The presentation clock does not have a time source. Call SetTimeSource on the presentation clock.|
||The media sink's Shutdown method has been called.|
During streaming, the media sink attempts to match rates with the presentation clock. Ideally, the media sink presents samples at the correct time according to the presentation clock and does not fall behind. Rateless media sinks are an exception to this rule, as they consume samples as quickly as possible and ignore the clock. If the sink is rateless, the IMFMediaSink::GetCharacteristics method returns the MEDIASINK_RATELESS flag.
The presentation clock must have a time source. Before calling this method, call IMFPresentationClock::SetTimeSource on the presentation clock to set the presentation time source. Some media sinks provide time sources; therefore, the media sink might be the time source for its own presentation clock. Regardless of what object provides the time source, however, the media sink must attempt to match rates with the clock specified in pPresentationClock. If a media sink cannot match rates with an external time source, the media sink's IMFMediaSink::GetCharacteristics method retrieves the MEDIASINK_CANNOT_MATCH_CLOCK flag. In this case, SetPresentationClock will still succeed, but the results will not be optimal. The sink might not render samples quickly enough to match rates with the presentation clock.
If pPresentationClock is non-NULL, the media sink must register for clock state notifications, by calling IMFPresentationClock::AddClockStateSink on the presentation clock. If the method is called again with a new presentation clock, or if pPresentationClock is NULL, the media sink must call IMFPresentationClock::RemoveClockStateSink to deregister itself from the previous clock.
All media sinks must support this method.
|Minimum supported client||Windows Vista [desktop apps | UWP apps]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps | UWP apps]|