GstNetTimeProvider

GstNetTimeProvider — Special object that exposed the time of a clock on the network.

Functions

Properties

gboolean active Read / Write
gchar * address Read / Write
GstClock * clock Read / Write
gint port Read / Write

Types and Values

Object Hierarchy

    GObject
    ╰── GInitiallyUnowned
        ╰── GstObject
            ╰── GstNetTimeProvider

Includes

#include <gst/net/gstnet.h>

Description

This object exposes the time of a GstClock on the network.

A GstNetTimeProvider is created with gst_net_time_provider_new() which takes a GstClock, an address and a port number as arguments.

After creating the object, a client clock such as GstNetClientClock can query the exposed clock over the network for its values.

The GstNetTimeProvider typically wraps the clock used by a GstPipeline.

Last reviewed on 2005-11-23 (0.9.5)

Functions

gst_net_time_provider_new ()

GstNetTimeProvider *
gst_net_time_provider_new (GstClock *clock,
                           const gchar *address,
                           gint port);

Allows network clients to get the current time of clock .

Parameters

clock

a GstClock to export over the network

 

address

an address to bind on as a dotted quad (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx), IPv6 address, or NULL to bind to all addresses.

[allow-none]

port

a port to bind on, or 0 to let the kernel choose

 

Returns

the new GstNetTimeProvider, or NULL on error

Types and Values

struct GstNetTimeProvider

struct GstNetTimeProvider;

Opaque GstNetTimeProvider structure.

Property Details

The “active” property

  “active”                   gboolean

TRUE if the clock will respond to queries over the network.

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: TRUE


The “address” property

  “address”                  gchar *

The address to bind on, as a dotted quad (x.x.x.x).

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: "0.0.0.0"


The “clock” property

  “clock”                    GstClock *

The clock to export over the network.

Flags: Read / Write


The “port” property

  “port”                     gint

The port to receive the packets from, 0=allocate.

Flags: Read / Write

Allowed values: [0,65535]

Default value: 5637

See Also

GstClock, GstNetClientClock, GstPipeline