Sets the waveform sample interpretation.
The new waveform sample interpretation. Possible values are:
|DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_SS||[0x00] signed 16-bit linear|
|DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_US||[0x01] unsigned 16-bit linear|
|DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_SB||[0x02] signed 8-bit linear|
|DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_UB||[0x03] unsigned 8-bit linear|
|DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_MB||[0x04] 8-bit mu-law|
|DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_AB||[0x05] 8-bit A-law|
|TRUE||The waveform sample interpretation was set successfully.|
|FALSE||An error occurred.|
In DICOM all channels within a multiplex group are synchronously digitized at a common sampling frequency and have the same sample interpretation. Use this function to set the waveform sample interpretation, which applies to all channels in the waveform group.
For more information about sample interpretation refer to the "Waveform Sample Interpretation" (5400,1006) element in the DICOM standard.
The default value for sample interpretation is DICOM_SAMPLE_INTERPRETATION_SS.
Make sure to call this function before you call any functions that are used to set the data for a channel that is included in the waveform group. Such functions include LDicomWaveformChannel::SetChannelSamples8, LDicomWaveformChannel::SetChannelSamples16 and LDicomWaveformChannel::SetChannelSamples32
If you call this function after setting the data for one or more channels that are included in this group, then the function will convert the data for each of the channels to match the new sample interpretation.
For an example, refer to LDicomWaveformChannel::SetChannelSamples8.
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