Assembly: Bass.Net (in Bass.Net.dll) Version: 18.104.22.168
[SerializableAttribute] [StructLayoutAttribute(LayoutKind.Sequential, CharSet = CharSet.Ansi)] public sealed class BASS_INFO
Thetype exposes the following members.
The device driver has been certified by Microsoft. Always true for WDM drivers.
16-bit samples are supported by hardware mixing.
8-bit samples are supported by hardware mixing.
The device supports all sample rates between minrate and maxrate.
The device's drivers has DirectSound support
Mono samples are supported by hardware mixing.
Stereo samples are supported by hardware mixing.
A description of the decive info object (speakers, rates, dx, eax).(Overrides ObjectToString.)
9 = DX9/8/7/5 features are available, 8 = DX8/7/5 features are available, 7 = DX7/5 features are available, 5 = DX5 features are available. 0 = none of the DX9/8/7/5 features are available.
The device supports EAX and has it enabled?
The device's "Hardware acceleration" needs to be set to "Full" in it's "Advanced Properties" setup, else EAX is disabled.
This is always if BASS_DEVICE_3D was not used when was called.
The device's capabilities. A combination of these flags (BASSInfo):
The number of free 3D sample slots in the hardware.
The number of free sample slots in the hardware.
The device's current output sample rate. This is only available on Windows Vista and OSX.
The device's amount of free hardware memory.
The device's total amount of hardware memory.
The flags parameter of the BASSInit).call (
The delay (rounded up to the nearest millisecond) for playback of HSTREAM/HMUSIC channels to start and be heard.
Requires that BASS_DEVICE_LATENCY was used whenwas called.
The maximum sample rate supported by the hardware.
The minimum sample rate supported by the hardware.
The number of speakers the device/drivers supports... 2 means that there is no support for speaker assignment - this will always be the case with non-WDM drivers in Windows.
It's also possible that it could mistakenly be 2 with some devices/drivers, when the device in fact supports more speakers.
In that case the BASS_DEVICE_SPEAKERS or BASS_DEVICE_CPSPEAKERS flag can be used in thecall to force the enabling of speaker assignment.
On Windows, it is possible for speakers to mistakenly be 2 with some devices/drivers when the device in fact supports more speakers. In that case, the BASS_DEVICE_CPSPEAKERS flag can be used (with BASS_Init) to use the Windows control panel setting, or the BASS_DEVICE_SPEAKERS flag can be used to force the enabling of speaker assignment to up to 8 speakers, even though the device may not really support that many speakers. The result of assigning channels to nonexistent speakers is undefined; they may be heard on other speakers or not heard at all.
The flags, hwsize, hwfree, freesam, free3d, minrate, maxrate, eax, and dsver members are only used on Windows, as DirectSound and hardware mixing are only available there. The freq member is not available on Windows prior to Vista.
On Windows, the availability of the latency and minbuf values depends on the BASS_DEVICE_LATENCY flag being used whenwas called.