Retrieves the amount of data queued, sent to or received from an encoder, or sent to a cast server.
|count||The count to retrieve. One of the following.|
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_QUEUE||Data currently in the queue, waiting to be sent to the encoder.
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_QUEUE_LIMIT||The queue's size limit.
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_QUEUE_FAIL||Data not queued due to the queue being full or out of memory.
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_IN||Data sent to the encoder.
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_IN_FP||Data sent to the encoder before any floating-point conversion.
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_OUT||Data received from the encoder.
|BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_CAST||Data sent to a cast server.
If successful, the requested count (in bytes) is returned, else -1 is returned. Use BASS_ErrorGetCode to get the error code.
The BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_IN_FP and queue counts are based on the channel's sample format (floating-point if the BASS_CONFIG_FLOATDSP option is enabled), while the BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_IN count is based on the sample format used by the encoder, which could be different if one of the BASS_ENCODE_FP flags is active or the encoder is using an ACM codec (which take 16-bit data).
When the encoder output is being sent to a cast server, the BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_CAST count will match the BASS_ENCODE_COUNT_OUT count, unless there have been problems (eg. network timeout) that have caused data to be dropped.
|BASS_ERROR_HANDLE||handle is not valid.
|BASS_ERROR_NOTAVAIL||The encoder does not have a queue.
|BASS_ERROR_ILLPARAM||count is not valid.