AM_DVD_GRAPH_FLAGS enumeration (strmif.h)

The AM_DVD_GRAPH_FLAGS enumeration specifies how the DVD Navigator builds a DVD playback graph. These flags are used with the IDvdGraphBuilder::RenderDvdVideoVolume method.

Syntax

typedef enum _AM_DVD_GRAPH_FLAGS {
  AM_DVD_HWDEC_PREFER = 0x1,
  AM_DVD_HWDEC_ONLY = 0x2,
  AM_DVD_SWDEC_PREFER = 0x4,
  AM_DVD_SWDEC_ONLY = 0x8,
  AM_DVD_NOVPE = 0x100,
  AM_DVD_DO_NOT_CLEAR = 0x200,
  AM_DVD_VMR9_ONLY = 0x800,
  AM_DVD_EVR_ONLY = 0x1000,
  AM_DVD_EVR_QOS = 0x2000,
  AM_DVD_ADAPT_GRAPH = 0x4000,
  AM_DVD_MASK = 0xffff
} AM_DVD_GRAPH_FLAGS;

Constants

 
AM_DVD_HWDEC_PREFER
Value: 0x1
Use a hardware decoder if possible. If none is available, use a software decoder. This is the default setting. Hardware DVD decoders are registered under the CLSID_DVDHWDecodersCategory filter category. See Filter Categories.
AM_DVD_HWDEC_ONLY
Value: 0x2
Use a hardware decoder; do not use a software decoder. Do not combine this flag with the AM_DVD_VMR9_ONLY or AM_DVD_EVR_ONLY flag.
AM_DVD_SWDEC_PREFER
Value: 0x4
Use a software decoder if possible. If none is available, use a hardware decoder.
AM_DVD_SWDEC_ONLY
Value: 0x8
Use a software decoder; do not use a hardware decoder.
AM_DVD_NOVPE
Value: 0x100
Do not show video on the computer monitor. Use of this flag should be limited only to the combination of a hardware DVD-Video decoder and a display device with a port that can connect to a TV. A set-top box type of device that can play back DVD-Video could play DVD titles to be viewed on a TV set rather than a computer monitor.
AM_DVD_DO_NOT_CLEAR
Value: 0x200
Do not clear the filter graph before building the DVD playback graph. By default, the RenderDvdVideoVolume method removes any existing filters from the graph before it builds the DVD playback graph.
Note  Applies to Windows Vista and later.

 
AM_DVD_VMR9_ONLY
Value: 0x800
Use the Video Mixing Renderer Filter 9 (VMR-9) for rendering; fail if the VMR-9 is not available. Do not combine this flag with the AM_DVD_EVR_ONLY flag.
AM_DVD_EVR_ONLY
Value: 0x1000
Use the Enhanced Video Renderer (EVR) for rendering; fail if the EVR is not available.
Note  Applies to Windows Vista and later.

 
AM_DVD_EVR_QOS
Value: 0x2000
AM_DVD_ADAPT_GRAPH
Value: 0x4000
AM_DVD_MASK
Value: 0xffff

Remarks

Do not combine more than one of the following flags:

  • AM_DVD_HWDEC_PREFER
  • AM_DVD_HWDEC_ONLY
  • AM_DVD_SWDEC_PREFER
  • AM_DVD_SWDEC_ONLY
If you have already selected a video renderer by calling IDvdGraphBuilder::GetDvdInterface, do not set the AM_DVD_VMR9_ONLY or AM_DVD_EVR_ONLY flag.

To use the VMR-9, the decoder's IAMDecoderCaps::GetDecoderCaps method must return the AM_GETDECODERCAP_QUERY_VMR9_SUPPORT flag. To use the EVR, the decoder's GetDecoderCaps method must return the AM_GETDECODERCAP_QUERY_EVR_SUPPORT flag.

Requirements

   
Header strmif.h (include Dshow.h)

See also

DirectShow Enumerated Types

IDvdGraphBuilder::RenderDvdVideoVolume