VideoProcAmpProperty enumeration (strmif.h)

The VideoProcAmpProperty enumeration specifies video properties on a video capture device.

Syntax

typedef enum tagVideoProcAmpProperty {
  VideoProcAmp_Brightness = 0,
  VideoProcAmp_Contrast,
  VideoProcAmp_Hue,
  VideoProcAmp_Saturation,
  VideoProcAmp_Sharpness,
  VideoProcAmp_Gamma,
  VideoProcAmp_ColorEnable,
  VideoProcAmp_WhiteBalance,
  VideoProcAmp_BacklightCompensation,
  VideoProcAmp_Gain
} VideoProcAmpProperty;

Constants

 
VideoProcAmp_Brightness
Value: 0
Specifies the brightness, also called the black level. For NTSC, the value is expressed in IRE units * 100. For non-NTSC sources, the units are arbitrary, with zero representing blanking and 10,000 representing pure white. Values range from –10,000 to 10,000.
VideoProcAmp_Contrast
Specifies the contrast, expressed as gain factor * 100. Values range from zero to 10,000.
VideoProcAmp_Hue
Specifies the hue, in degrees * 100. Values range from -180,000 to 180,000 (-180 to +180 degrees).
VideoProcAmp_Saturation
Specifies the saturation. Values range from 0 to 10,000.
VideoProcAmp_Sharpness
Specifies the sharpness. Values range from 0 to 100.
VideoProcAmp_Gamma
Specifies the gamma, as gamma * 100. Values range from 1 to 500.
VideoProcAmp_ColorEnable
Specifies the color enable setting. The possible values are 0 (off) and 1 (on).
VideoProcAmp_WhiteBalance
Specifies the white balance, as a color temperature in degrees Kelvin. The range of values depends on the device.
VideoProcAmp_BacklightCompensation
Specifies the backlight compensation setting. Possible values are 0 (off) and 1 (on).
VideoProcAmp_Gain
Specifies the gain adjustment. Zero is normal. Positive values are brighter and negative values are darker. The range of values depends on the device.

Requirements

   
Header strmif.h (include Dshow.h)

See also

DirectShow Enumerated Types

IAMVideoProcAmp