The VideoStream type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets a value indicating if frames should be dropped if video processing can not keep up with a video stream. If this is set to false, the video quality may degrade when the processing load is too high. Alternatively, when set to true, frames will be dropped, but each frame that is processed should have an improved visual quality.
Gets the RasterAttributes that define the raster data.(Inherited from Raster.)
Gets the height of the raster in pixels.(Inherited from Raster.)
Gets or sets the thread processing yield time for asynchronous streaming of video over common protocols like udp. Setting a high value may increase performance, but may cause frames or packets to drop, effecting visual quality. A lower value will ensure high priority processing of the stream, and thus less visual degradation, but may affect performance.
Gets or sets a value indicating the buffering limit for packets when processing a video stream. Increasing this value will provide more buffering of the video stream when frame processing cannot keep up, but has memory implications and may result in the video falling behind, or eventual visual degradation, if the frame processing load is not lessened.
Gets or sets the VideoPlayback mode of the video.
Gets the IntPtr associated with the first value of data in the raster.(Inherited from Raster.)
Gets or sets the update delta of the raster stream in seconds. The UpdateDelta defines the interval at which the Update(JulianDate, JulianDate) method will be called. The default UpdateDelta is 0, which will call the Update(JulianDate, JulianDate) method every time the SceneManager time changes. When animating, this means the Update(JulianDate, JulianDate) method would be called on every animation step.(Inherited from RasterStream.)
Gets the Uri of the video.
Gets the width of the raster in pixels.(Inherited from Raster.)