winsat media Command In Windows Server 2008

In this article I am going to explain about winsat media Command in Windows Server 2008 operating system and also explain it's related syntax.
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Introduction

This command used for analysis performance during video playback and encoding using DirectShow media handling components.

Syntax

winsat media <-input <file name>> <parameters>

 

 Parameter  Description
-input <file name> Required to specify the file containing the video clip to be played or encoded. The file can be in any format that can be rendered by Media Foundation.
-dumpgraph Specify that the filter graph should be saved to a GraphEdit-compatible file before the assessment starts.
-ns Specify that the filter graph should run at the normal playback speed of the input file. By default, the filter graph runs as fast as possible, ignoring presentation times.
-play Run the assessment in decode mode and play any supplied audio content in the file specified in -input using the default DirectSound device. By default, audio playback is disabled.
-pmp Define the buffer size for the assessment. The minimum is 4K. The maximum is 2MB. The default is 16KB.
-nopmp Do not make use of the Media Foundation Protected Media Pipeline (MFPMP) process during the assessment.
-v Send verbose output to STDOUT, including status and progress information. Any errors will also be written to the command window.
-xml <file name> Save the output of the assessment as the specified XML file. If the specified file exists, it will be overwritten.
-iguid Create a globally unique identifier (GUID) in the XML output file.
-note "note text" Add the note text to the <note> section in the XML output file.
-icn Include the local computer name in the XML output file.
-eef Enumerate extra system information in the XML output file


Example

winsat mfmedia -input c:\windows\performance\winsat\winsat.wmv -nopmp

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