TopoEdit is a visual tool for building and testing topologies. With TopoEdit, you can perform the following tasks:
- Build a topology by adding various topology nodes like source, transform, and output nodes.
- Connect and resolve the topology structure.
- Test the functionality of the topology through playback.
TopoEdit is available in the Windows SDK, starting with the Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008.
In This Section
|Introduction to TopoEdit||Provides information about installing and running the tool. Describes the tool's user interface.|
|Building Topologies by Using TopoEdit||Describes how to build a topology by adding and connecting individual nodes.|
|Building a Playback Topology with TopoEdit||Describes how to create a playback topology automatically.|
|Building a Transcode Topology with TopoEdit||Describes how to create a transcode topology automatically.|
|Logging Topology Node Activities||Provides information about how to collect logging information about a selected topology node.|
|Playback Controls in TopoEdit||Describes the tool's playback controls, such as play, pause, stop, and rate change.|
|Saving and Loading Topologies||Provides information about saving a topology as an XML file and loading a saved topology.|
|Viewing Topology Information||Describes attributes associated with topology nodes.|
|Minimum SDK version||Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008.|
|Minimum operating system||Windows Vista|