lets forget about kmixer.sys.
What about KSCATEGORY_MIXER ? Can it be used for getting separate
application stream and later mix on my own?
Or, is there any other way ?
On Mon, Feb 4, 2019 at 5:52 PM Matthew van Eerde <
Whatever MSDN document you found should be removed; kmixer.sys hasn’t
existed since Windows XP.
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*Subject:* [wdmaudiodev] Mixing applications audio stream in driver
According to msdn document, I found Kmixer.sys does mixing and gave back
mixed data stream through IMiniportWaveRTStream
Is there any way to mix it in driver.
I found KSCATEGORY_MIXER in ks.h, what does it really do? Is it the one
for each application stream mixing?
Also I found term hardware mixing. What mixing it refers to?
I am working on virtual driver.
One more thing can we override the volume control of each application like
master/Endpoint volume in driver?