|C||HRESULT IltmfCapture_get_Balance(pCapture, pBalance)|
Retrieves the balance for the audio stream .
Pointer to an IltmfCapture interface.
Pointer to a variable to be updated with the balance value. Possible values range from -10000 to 10000, where -10000 indicates that the right channel is receiving no signal, 10000 indicates that the left channel is receiving no signal, and 0 indicates that both channels are getting the same amount of the audio signal.
|S_OK||The function was successful.|
|<> S_OK||An error occurred. Refer to the Error Codes.|
Units correspond to .01 decibels (multiplied by 1 when pVal is a positive value). For example, a value of 1000 indicates 10 dB on the right channel and 90 dB on the left channel.
The portion of the file holding the audio data. The audio data might be compressed to save disk space. The data has to be decompressed using an audio decompressor before you can play (hear) it.
Software component which decompresses audio. It must be designed to work with ACM or DirectShow. Note that different compression methods require different decompressors. There is no universal decompressor capable of decoding all compressed streams.
For a C++ example, refer to Using Mute with ltmfCapture Example for C++.
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