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EncodeFormats.WMA.Quality property

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Type

[Visual Basic]

Public Property Quality As Int32


 

[C#]

public Int32 Quality {get; set;}


 

[C++]

public: __property Int32 get_Quality();

public: __property void set_Quality(Int32);


 

 

Remarks

The Variable Bitrate (VBR) quality used for WMA (Windows Media Audio) format during recording or CD ripping sessions.

 

Supported values are in the range from 0 (low quality) to 100 (high quality): note that, depending upon the chosen input format (fixed to 44100 Hz, 16 bits, Stereo for CD ripping sessions), not all of the values inside this range are supported.

The full list of VBR qualities, supported by a certain native resampling format, can be obtained using the EncodeFormats.WMA.GetEncodingVBRQualitiesCount and EncodeFormats.WMA.GetEncodingVBRQuality methods.

The full list of VBR qualities, supported by a certain frequency and number of channels, can be obtained using the EncodeFormats.WMA.GetEncodingVBRQualitiesCountEx and EncodeFormats.WMA.GetEncodingVBRQualityEx methods.

 

This property is used only in the following situations:

 

During a recording session if the EncodeFormats.ForRecording property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_WMA and the EncodeFormats.WMA.EncodeMode property is set to WMA_ENCODE_VBR_QUALITY (for further details see the How to perform a recording session section).

During a CD ripping session if the EncodeFormats.ForCdRipping property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_WMA and the EncodeFormats.WMA.EncodeMode property is set to WMA_ENCODE_VBR_QUALITY (for further details see the How to perform a CD ripping session section).

During an exporting session if the EncodeFormats.ForExporting property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_WMA and the EncodeFormats.WMA.EncodeMode property is set to WMA_ENCODE_VBR_QUALITY (for further details see the How to export a recorded sound section).

 

For further details about encoding in WMA format refer to the EncodeWMA class section.

For further information about available encoding formats see the EncodeFormatsMan class.