A FrameType describes the color format and (optionally) dimensions and buffer size of the image format of ImageBuffer objects.
Introduced in version 3.0
Returns the number of bits needed to store one pixel in this frame type.
Returns or sets the number of bytes that is needed to store one frame of image data in this frame type.
Returns the FourCC pixel format of the frametype as string.
Returns or sets height of a frame.
Returns whether this frame type stores the image data bottom up.
The name of this frame type.
Sets or gets the color format of this frametype as a System.Drawing.PixelFormat.
Returns or sets the GUID of the video subtype of this frame type.
Returns or sets width of a frame.
Creates a new FrameType.
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