|Microsoft DirectX 9.0|
The MapStreamId method maps the Stream ID of an elementary stream within an MPEG-2 program stream to a media content type and substream filtering information.
HRESULT MapStreamId( ULONG ulStreamId, DWORD MediaSampleContent, ULONG ulSubstreamFilterValue, int iDataOffset );
[in] Variable of type ULONG that specifies the stream ID of the PES stream.
[in] Variable of type ULONG that specifies the contents of the stream. Currently the only value supported is MPEG2_PROGRAM_ELEMENTARY_STREAM (defined as 0x00000001 in axextend.idl).
[in] Variable of type ULONG that specifies which substream within this elementary stream to pass on to the downstream decoder. Only the low-order byte can contain a valid filter value. If iDataOffset = 0, this parameter is ignored.
[in] Variable of type int that specifies the byte offset into the payload at which the substream begins.
Returns S_OK if successful. If the method fails, an error code is returned. If a Stream ID of MEDIA_PROGRAM_STREAM_MAP, MEDIA_PROGRAM_DIRECTORY_PES_PACKET or MEDIA_PROGRAM_PACK_HEADER is attempted, this method returns E_NOTIMPL.
The Stream ID mapped by this method is the stream ID in the PES header. Substream filtering is most commonly used to provide multiple channels on a single audio stream.