|Microsoft DirectX 9.0|
The GetCutPoint method retrieves the cut point. If you render a transition as a cut, the cut point is the time when the transition cuts from one source to the next. By default, this value is the middle of the transition. For example, in a transition that spans one second, the default cut point is 0.5 seconds into the transition.
HRESULT GetCutPoint( REFERENCE_TIME *pTLTime );
Pointer to a variable that receives the cut point, relative to the start time of the transition, in 100-nanosecond units.
Returns one of the following HRESULT values:
|S_FALSE||The cut point was not set. The value returned is the default value.|
|S_OK||The cut point was set to a value other than the default.|
|E_POINTER||NULL pointer argument.|
Header: Include Qedit.h. This header file is not compatible with Microsoft® Direct3D® headers later than version 7.
Library: Use strmiids.lib.