IADLXInterface 

The IADLXInterface is the fundamental interface of ADLX because it is inherited by the majority of the ADLX interfaces. IADLXInterface provides methods to control the lifetime of self-destructing ADLX objects, using the reference-counting technique.

InterfaceId:

IADLXInterface

Smart Pointer Interface Name:

IADLXInterfacePtr_T

Inherits:

N/A

Inherited By:

IADLX3DAntiLag IADLX3DChill IADLX3DBoost IADLX3DImageSharpening IADLX3DEnhancedSync IADLX3DWaitForVerticalRefresh IADLX3DFrameRateTargetControl IADLX3DAntiAliasing IADLX3DMorphologicalAntiAliasing IADLX3DAnisotropicFiltering IADLX3DTessellation IADLX3DRadeonSuperResolution IADLX3DResetShaderCache IADLX3DSettingsChangedHandling IADLX3DSettingsServices IADLXChangedEvent IADLXList IADLXDesktop IADLXEyefinityDesktop IADLXDesktopChangedHandling IADLXSimpleEyefinity IADLXDesktopServices IADLXDisplay3DLUT IADLXDisplayGamma IADLXDisplayGamut IADLXDisplay IADLXDisplayChangedHandling IADLXDisplayServices IADLXDisplayFreeSync IADLXDisplayVSR IADLXDisplayGPUScaling IADLXDisplayScalingMode IADLXDisplayIntegerScaling IADLXDisplayColorDepth IADLXDisplayPixelFormat IADLXDisplayCustomColor IADLXDisplayHDCP IADLXDisplayResolution IADLXDisplayCustomResolution IADLXDisplayVariBright IADLXGPUAutoTuningCompleteEvent IADLXGPUAutoTuning IADLXManualFanTuningState IADLXManualFanTuning IADLXManualGraphicsTuning1 IADLXManualGraphicsTuning2 IADLXManualPowerTuning IADLXManualVRAMTuning1 IADLXManualVRAMTuning2 IADLXGPUPresetTuning IADLXManualTuningState IADLXMemoryTimingDescription IADLXGPUTuningChangedHandling IADLXGPUTuningServices IADLXI2C IADLXGPUMetricsSupport IADLXSystemMetricsSupport IADLXGPUMetrics IADLXSystemMetrics IADLXFPS IADLXAllMetrics IADLXPerformanceMonitoringServices IADLXGPU IADLXGPUsChangedHandling

In C++, ADLX provides smart pointer definitions for the IADLXInterface and for all the interfaces that inherit from it. Smart pointers are named identically to their base interface and add the Ptr suffix. Example: The smart pointer of IADLXInterface is named IADLXInterfacePtr.

Smart pointers remove the need to call the methods of IADLXInterface (Acquire , Release , and QueryInterface ), as they provide automatic reference counting in the constructor and destructor.

For C++, the use of smart pointers is highly recommended and encouraged because they reduce the incidence of memory and resource leaks while maintaining coding efficiency.

Methods 

Method

Description

Acquire

Increments the reference count for an ADLX interface.

QueryInterface

Retrieves reference counted interfaces to an object.

Release

Decrements the reference count for an ADLX interface.

Requirements 

Header

include “ADLXDefines.h”

Minimum version

1.0