|Microsoft DirectX 9.0|
The Discontinuity method signals a discontinuity on the specified input stream.
HRESULT Discontinuity( DWORD dwInputStreamIndex );
Zero-based index of an input stream on the DMO.
Returns an HRESULT value. Possible values include those in the following table.
|DMO_E_INVALIDSTREAMINDEX||Invalid stream index|
|DMO_E_NOTACCEPTING||The DMO is not accepting input.|
|DMO_E_TYPE_NOT_SET||The input and output types have not been set.|
A discontinuity represents a break in the input. A discontinuity might occur because no more data is expected, the format is changing, or there is a gap in the data. After a discontinuity, the DMO does not accept further input on that stream until all pending data has been processed. The application should call the IMediaObject::ProcessOutput method until none of the streams returns the DMO_OUTPUT_DATA_BUFFERF_INCOMPLETE flag.
This method might fail if it is called before the client sets the input and output types on the DMO.