Changes the auto-ejecting state.
|C||HRESULT ILTDVDBurner_put_AutoEject(pDVDBurner, newVal)|
Pointer to an ILTDVDBurner interface.
Flag that indicates the new value of the auto-ejecting state. Possible values are:
|VARIANT_TRUE||Eject the tray immediately after the completion of the burn operation. This is the default value.|
|VARIANT_FALSE||Keep the tray closed after the completion of the burn operation.|
|S_OK||The function was successful.|
|<> S_OK||An error occurred. Refer to the Error Codes.|
It is best to use AutoEject because some disk drives do not recognize data from the disk unless you eject the disk and put it back in. If you do not eject the disk and try to look at the contents of the disk after the burning completes, the computer might treat the disk as empty when it reality it contains some data. This behavior varies from one drive to another. So the safest approach is to force a disk ejection after you burn data to a disk.
For a C example, refer to ILTDVDBurner::get_AutoEject Example for C.
For a C++ example, refer to ILTDVDBurner::get_AutoEject Example for C++.