The Multimedia TDK Developer's Guide is intended for users who want to:
|If you're familiar with earlier versions, you should read the "What's new" sections to find out how the multimedia API has changed in this release.|
This table may help you find what you need in the Multimedia Developer's Guide:
|When you want to:||Go to:|
|Read an overview of the Multimedia Framework library||Multimedia Framework Overview|
|Learn about using the Multimedia library and QNX-provided components in your applications||Using the Multimedia library|
|See sample code of using the library||"Examples of using the Multimedia library" in Using the Multimedia Library|
|See a list of all Mm*() library functions your application can use||Multimedia Library|
|See more detailed information about the filters provided by QNX||Multimedia Filters reference|
|Learn about writing your own filters to extend the framework||Extending the Multimedia Framework|
|Find out more about interfaces you need to implement to write your own filters||Multimedia Interface Reference|
|Find out more about structures required to write your own filters||Multimedia library Structure Reference|
|Find out more about configuring MIDI with midi.cfg||The MIDI Configuration File|
The CDDA reader has new resources to optimize performance:
The CDDA reader also has several optimizations to improve performance.
A new Windows Media Audio (WMA) filter is included with the TDK.
In the MediaBufferAllocator interface, the second argument to the AllocateBuffers() method is now unused.
The Multimedia Developer's Guide has been substantially reorganized and rewritten:
The Multimedia Developer's Guide has these changes:
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