Creates a sample stream from a Opus file via user callback functions.

HSTREAM BASS_OPUS_StreamCreateFileUser(
    DWORD system,
    DWORD flags,
    BASS_FILEPROCS *procs,
    void *user


systemFile system to use, one of the following.
STREAMFILE_BUFFERPUSHBuffered, with the data pushed to BASS via BASS_StreamPutFileData.
flagsA combination of these flags.
BASS_SAMPLE_FLOATUse 32-bit floating-point sample data. See Floating-point channels for info. If this flag is not specified, then the stream is 16-bit.
BASS_SAMPLE_3DEnable 3D functionality. The stream must be mono. The SPEAKER flags cannot be used together with this flag.
BASS_SAMPLE_LOOPLoop the file. This flag can be toggled at any time using BASS_ChannelFlags.
BASS_STREAM_PRESCANPre-scan the file for seek points and accurate length reading in chained Opus files (has no effect on normal Opus files). This can significantly increase the time taken to create the stream, particularly with a large file and/or slow storage media. This flag only applies when using the STREAMFILE_NOBUFFER system.
BASS_STREAM_RESTRATERestrict the "download" rate of the file, according to the BASS_CONFIG_NET_RESTRATE config setting. If this flag is not used then the file will be downloaded as quickly as possible. This flag only has effect when using the STREAMFILE_BUFFER system.
BASS_STREAM_BLOCKOnly keep a block of the file in memory, determined by the BASS_CONFIG_NET_BUFFER config setting, rather than the whole file. This uses a lot less memory than otherwise, but it is not possible to seek or loop the stream. This flag will be applied automatically when the file length is unknown or over 2GB. This flag has no effect when using the STREAMFILE_NOBUFFER system.
BASS_STREAM_AUTOFREEAutomatically free the stream when playback ends.
BASS_STREAM_DECODEDecode the sample data, without playing it. Use BASS_ChannelGetData to retrieve decoded sample data. The BASS_SAMPLE_3D, BASS_STREAM_AUTOFREE and SPEAKER flags cannot be used together with this flag.
BASS_SPEAKER_xxxSpeaker assignment flags. These flags have no effect when the stream is more than stereo.
BASS_ASYNCFILERead the file asynchronously. When enabled, the file is read and buffered in parallel with the decoding, to reduce the chances of the decoder being affected by I/O delays. This can be particularly useful with slow storage media and/or low latency output. The size of the file buffer is determined by the BASS_CONFIG_ASYNCFILE_BUFFER config option. This flag only applies when using the STREAMFILE_NOBUFFER system.
procsThe user defined file functions.
userUser instance data to pass to the callback functions.

Return value

If successful, the new stream's handle is returned, else 0 is returned. Use BASS_ErrorGetCode to get the error code.

Error codes

BASS_ERROR_INITBASS_Init has not been successfully called.
BASS_ERROR_ILLPARAMsystem is not valid.
BASS_ERROR_FILEFORMThe file's format is not recognised/supported.
BASS_ERROR_FORMATThe sample format is not supported.
BASS_ERROR_SPEAKERThe specified SPEAKER flags are invalid.
BASS_ERROR_MEMThere is insufficent memory.
BASS_ERROR_NO3DCould not initialize 3D support.
BASS_ERROR_UNKNOWNSome other mystery problem!


The BASS_OPUS_StreamCreateFile remarks also apply to this function, as do the general BASS_StreamCreateFileUser remarks.

When using a buffered file system, the playback length will not be available until the entire file has been "downloaded" via the file functions.

Opus streams created with this function (or BASS_StreamCreateFileUser) support resetting via BASS_ChannelSetPosition and its BASS_POS_RESET mode.

See also

BASS_OPUS_StreamCreateFile, BASS_OPUS_StreamCreateURL

BASS_ChannelGetInfo, BASS_ChannelGetLength, BASS_ChannelGetTags, BASS_ChannelPlay, BASS_ChannelSetAttribute, BASS_ChannelSetDSP, BASS_ChannelSetFX, BASS_StreamFree, BASS_StreamGetFilePosition, BASS_StreamPutFileData, BASS_FILEPROCS structure, BASS_CONFIG_NET_BUFFER