|Microsoft DirectX 9.0|
This topic applies to Windows XP only.
The IMSVidFeature object represents a feature that is exposed by the Video Control. Each feature object is identified by its own globally unique identifier (called a GUID). Applications first obtain a reference to an IMSVidFeature by enumerating through the MSVidCtl.FeaturesAvailable property and comparing the GUID of the desired object with the GUID of the current item in the collection. To enable the feature, the application then adds the object to the MSVidCtl.FeaturesActive collection as described in TV Applications in Script (Video Control).
This object inherits all of the methods and properties of the IMSVidDevice object.