BASS_RECORDINFO structure


Used with BASS_RecordGetInfo to retrieve information on the current recording device.

typedef struct {
    DWORD flags;
    DWORD formats;
    DWORD inputs;
    BOOL singlein;
    DWORD freq;
} BASS_RECORDINFO;

Members

flagsThe device's capabilities... a combination of these flags.
DSCCAPS_EMULDRIVERThe device's drivers do NOT have DirectSound recording support, so it is being emulated.
DSCCAPS_CERTIFIEDThe device driver has been certified by Microsoft.
formatsThe standard formats supported by the device... a combination of these flags.
WAVE_FORMAT_1M0811025 Hz, Mono, 8-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_1S0811025 Hz, Stereo, 8-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_1M1611025 Hz, Mono, 16-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_1S1611025 Hz, Stereo, 16-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_2M0822050 Hz, Mono, 8-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_2S0822050 Hz, Stereo, 8-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_2M1622050 Hz, Mono, 16-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_2S1622050 Hz, Stereo, 16-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_4M0844100 Hz, Mono, 8-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_4S0844100 Hz, Stereo, 8-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_4M1644100 Hz, Mono, 16-bit
WAVE_FORMAT_4S1644100 Hz, Stereo, 16-bit
The number of channels supported by the device is in the high 8 bits.
inputsThe number of input sources available to the device.
singleinTRUE = only one input may be active at a time.
freqThe device's current input sample rate. Recording at this rate will give the best quality and performance, as no resampling is required.

Platform-specific

The flags member is only used on Windows. The formats member is only used on Windows/OSX/iOS, and only for the device's channel count in the case of OSX and iOS. On Windows, it does not necessarily represent all of the formats supported by the device, just the "standard" ones. freq is also only available on Windows/OSX/iOS, but not on Windows prior to Vista.

See also

BASS_RecordGetInfo