MediaDeviceDiscoveryModel QML Type

Provides a model for discovering media devices. More...

Import Statement: import QtInterfaceFramework.Media 1.0
Instantiates: QIfMediaDeviceDiscoveryModel





  • MediaDevice get(i)

Detailed Description

The MediaDeviceDiscoveryModel provides a way to query for available media devices and to get notified when new media devices get added or are removed.

All devices listed here need to be a subclass of MediaDevice.

The following roles are available in this model:

Role nameTypeDescription
namestringThe name of the media device. E.g. The name of the connected USB-Thumbdrive/SDCard or a connected Ipod.
typestringThe type of the media device. See SupportedMediaDevices for a detailed listing.
serviceObjectQIfMediaDeviceThe Media Device. This object be used as ServiceObject for other Features. E.g. The FilterAndBrowseModel.

The MediaDeviceDiscoveryModel expects a single backend to be available. It is recommended to use it with discoveryMode set to AbstractFeature.AutoDiscovery.

Uses qtifmedia as configurationId for InterfaceFrameworkConfiguration based settings.

Property Documentation

[read-only] count : int

Holds the current number of rows in this model.

Signal Documentation

deviceAdded(MediaDevice device)

This signal is emitted whenever a new media device got added. The new media device is passed as device.

Note: The corresponding handler is onDeviceAdded.

deviceRemoved(MediaDevice device)

This signal is emitted whenever a media device got removed. The device which got removed is passed as device. Afterwards the device will be deleted.

Note: The corresponding handler is onDeviceRemoved.

Method Documentation

MediaDevice get(i)

Returns the media devices at index i.

Note: The returned device is owned by the model and can be deleted at any time. If stored in a property or a var, this could lead to a dangling pointer.

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