signalThe signal command identifies a specified position in the workspace by sending the application an MM_MCISIGNAL message. Digital-video devices recognize this command. MCIAVI supports only one active signal at a time. wsprintf(lpstrCommand, "signal %s %s %s", lpszDeviceID, lpszSignalFlags,
lpszFlags); Parameters lpszDeviceID Identifier of an MCI device. This identifier or alias is assigned when the device is opened. lpszSignalFlags One of the following flags:
||Specifies the frame to invoke a signal.
||Removes signals from the workspace. An individual signal is specified by using
the "uservalue" flag. If the "uservalue" flag is not specified by using
"cancel", the device cancels all signals. The "cancel" flag is incompatible with the
"at", "every", and "return position" flags.
||Specifies the period of the signals. The interval value is specified in the current time format.
If used with "at" position, signals are placed throughout the workspace with one signal mark placed at position.
Without the "at" flag, signals are placed throughout the workspace with one signal at the current position.
If this flag is omitted, only the position indicated by the "at" flag is marked.
If the interval value is less than the minimum frequency supported by a device, it will use its minimum value.
||Indicates the device should send the position value instead of the "uservalue"
identifier in the signaling message. The "uservalue" identifier can still be
used to cancel or to redefine the signal marks.
||Specifies an identifier that is reported back with the signaling message. This
identifier acts as an identifier that can be used with other signal commands to reference this signal setting. If omitted, the default value is zero.
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