gstvideo

gstvideo — Support library for video operations

Functions

gboolean gst_video_calculate_display_ratio ()
gboolean gst_video_guess_framerate ()
void (*GstVideoConvertSampleCallback) ()
GstSample * gst_video_convert_sample ()
void gst_video_convert_sample_async ()
void gst_video_alignment_reset ()
GstEvent * gst_video_event_new_still_frame ()
gboolean gst_video_event_parse_still_frame ()
GstEvent * gst_video_event_new_downstream_force_key_unit ()
gboolean gst_video_event_parse_downstream_force_key_unit ()
GstEvent * gst_video_event_new_upstream_force_key_unit ()
gboolean gst_video_event_parse_upstream_force_key_unit ()
gboolean gst_video_event_is_force_key_unit ()
void (*GstVideoFormatUnpack) ()
void (*GstVideoFormatPack) ()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FORMAT()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_NAME()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FLAGS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_YUV()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_RGB()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_GRAY()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_ALPHA()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_LE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_PALETTE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_COMPLEX()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_BITS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_COMPONENTS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SHIFT()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DEPTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PSTRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_PLANES()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PLANE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_POFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_W_SUB()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_H_SUB()
#define GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_WIDTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_HEIGHT()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DATA()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_STRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_OFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_MODE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_WS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_HS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_TILED()
GstVideoFormat gst_video_format_from_masks ()
GstVideoFormat gst_video_format_from_fourcc ()
guint32 gst_video_format_to_fourcc ()
GstVideoFormat gst_video_format_from_string ()
const gchar * gst_video_format_to_string ()
gconstpointer gst_video_format_get_palette ()
const GstVideoFormatInfo * gst_video_format_get_info ()
#define GST_VIDEO_CAPS_MAKE()
#define GST_VIDEO_CAPS_MAKE_WITH_FEATURES()
void gst_video_color_range_offsets ()
gboolean gst_video_color_matrix_get_Kr_Kb ()
gdouble gst_video_color_transfer_decode ()
gdouble gst_video_color_transfer_encode ()
gboolean gst_video_colorimetry_matches ()
gboolean gst_video_colorimetry_is_equal ()
gboolean gst_video_colorimetry_from_string ()
gchar * gst_video_colorimetry_to_string ()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FORMAT()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_NAME()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_YUV()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_RGB()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_GRAY()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_HAS_ALPHA()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_INTERLACE_MODE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_INTERLACED()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FIELD_ORDER()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAGS()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_WIDTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_HEIGHT()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_SIZE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_VIEWS()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PAR_N()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PAR_D()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FPS_N()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FPS_D()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_IS_SET()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_SET()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_UNSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_PLANES()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_OFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_STRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_COMPONENTS()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DEPTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DATA()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_OFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_STRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_WIDTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_HEIGHT()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PLANE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PSTRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_POFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_CHROMA_SITE()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COLORIMETRY()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS()
#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_MULTIVIEW_MODE()
void gst_video_info_init ()
GstVideoInfo * gst_video_info_new ()
GstVideoInfo * gst_video_info_copy ()
void gst_video_info_free ()
gboolean gst_video_info_set_format ()
gboolean gst_video_info_from_caps ()
GstCaps * gst_video_info_to_caps ()
gboolean gst_video_info_convert ()
gboolean gst_video_info_is_equal ()
gboolean gst_video_info_align ()
GstVideoInterlaceMode gst_video_interlace_mode_from_string ()
const gchar * gst_video_interlace_mode_to_string ()
GstVideoFieldOrder gst_video_field_order_from_string ()
const gchar * gst_video_field_order_to_string ()
gboolean gst_video_frame_map_id ()
gboolean gst_video_frame_map ()
void gst_video_frame_unmap ()
gboolean gst_video_frame_copy ()
gboolean gst_video_frame_copy_plane ()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FORMAT()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_WIDTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_HEIGHT()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_SIZE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAGS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_INTERLACED()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_TFF()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_RFF()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_ONEFIELD()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_N_PLANES()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_DATA()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_OFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_STRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_N_COMPONENTS()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DEPTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DATA()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_STRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_OFFSET()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_WIDTH()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_HEIGHT()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PLANE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PSTRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_POFFSET()
guint gst_video_tile_get_index ()
#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_MAKE_MODE()
#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_TYPE()
#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_IS_INDEXED()
#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_MAKE_STRIDE()
#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_X_TILES()
#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_Y_TILES()
gboolean gst_video_blend ()
void gst_video_blend_scale_linear_RGBA ()
GstVideoConverter * gst_video_converter_new ()
void gst_video_converter_free ()
const GstStructure * gst_video_converter_get_config ()
gboolean gst_video_converter_set_config ()
void gst_video_converter_frame ()
const GValue * gst_video_multiview_get_mono_modes ()
const GValue * gst_video_multiview_get_unpacked_modes ()
const GValue * gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_height_modes ()
const GValue * gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_size_modes ()
const GValue * gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_width_modes ()
GstVideoMultiviewMode gst_video_multiview_mode_from_caps_string ()
const gchar * gst_video_multiview_mode_to_caps_string ()
gboolean gst_video_multiview_guess_half_aspect ()
void gst_video_multiview_video_info_change_mode ()
GstVideoTimeCode * gst_video_time_code_new ()
GstVideoTimeCode * gst_video_time_code_new_empty ()
void gst_video_time_code_free ()
GstVideoTimeCode * gst_video_time_code_copy ()
void gst_video_time_code_init ()
void gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time ()
void gst_video_time_code_clear ()
gboolean gst_video_time_code_is_valid ()
gint gst_video_time_code_compare ()
void gst_video_time_code_increment_frame ()
void gst_video_time_code_add_frames ()
guint64 gst_video_time_code_frames_since_daily_jam ()
guint64 gst_video_time_code_nsec_since_daily_jam ()
GDateTime * gst_video_time_code_to_date_time ()
gchar * gst_video_time_code_to_string ()
GstVideoTimeCode * gst_video_time_code_add_interval ()
GstVideoTimeCode * gst_video_time_code_new_from_string ()
GstVideoTimeCode * gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time ()
GstVideoTimeCodeInterval * gst_video_time_code_interval_new ()
GstVideoTimeCodeInterval * gst_video_time_code_interval_new_from_string ()
void gst_video_time_code_interval_init ()
void gst_video_time_code_interval_clear ()
GstVideoTimeCodeInterval * gst_video_time_code_interval_copy ()
void gst_video_time_code_interval_free ()

Types and Values

struct GstVideoAlignment
#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_STR
#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_STR
#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_SIZE_STR
#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_COLORSPACE_STR
enum GstVideoOrientationMethod
enum GstVideoFormat
#define GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES
#define GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS
struct GstVideoFormatInfo
enum GstVideoFormatFlags
enum GstVideoPackFlags
#define GST_VIDEO_SIZE_RANGE
#define GST_VIDEO_FPS_RANGE
#define GST_VIDEO_FORMATS_ALL
enum GstVideoColorRange
enum GstVideoColorMatrix
enum GstVideoColorPrimaries
enum GstVideoTransferFunction
  GstVideoColorimetry
#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT2020
#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT601
#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT709
#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_SMPTE240M
#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_SRGB
struct GstVideoInfo
enum GstVideoInterlaceMode
enum GstVideoFieldOrder
enum GstVideoMultiviewMode
enum GstVideoMultiviewFramePacking
enum GstVideoMultiviewFlags
enum GstVideoFlags
struct GstVideoFrame
enum GstVideoFrameFlags
enum GstVideoFrameMapFlags
enum GstVideoBufferFlags
enum GstVideoTileType
enum GstVideoTileMode
  GstVideoConverter
enum GstVideoAlphaMode
enum GstVideoChromaMode
enum GstVideoGammaMode
enum GstVideoMatrixMode
enum GstVideoPrimariesMode
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_MODE
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_BORDER_ARGB
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_CHROMA_MODE
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_CHROMA_RESAMPLER_METHOD
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_HEIGHT
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_WIDTH
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_X
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_Y
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DITHER_METHOD
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DITHER_QUANTIZATION
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_FILL_BORDER
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_GAMMA_MODE
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_MATRIX_MODE
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_PRIMARIES_MODE
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_RESAMPLER_METHOD
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_RESAMPLER_TAPS
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_HEIGHT
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_WIDTH
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_X
#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_Y
#define GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MAX_FRAME_PACKING
struct GstVideoTimeCode
struct GstVideoTimeCodeConfig
enum GstVideoTimeCodeFlags
struct GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

Includes

#include <gst/video/video.h>

Description

This library contains some helper functions and includes the videosink and videofilter base classes.

Functions

gst_video_calculate_display_ratio ()

gboolean
gst_video_calculate_display_ratio (guint *dar_n,
                                   guint *dar_d,
                                   guint video_width,
                                   guint video_height,
                                   guint video_par_n,
                                   guint video_par_d,
                                   guint display_par_n,
                                   guint display_par_d);

Given the Pixel Aspect Ratio and size of an input video frame, and the pixel aspect ratio of the intended display device, calculates the actual display ratio the video will be rendered with.

Parameters

dar_n

Numerator of the calculated display_ratio.

[out]

dar_d

Denominator of the calculated display_ratio.

[out]

video_width

Width of the video frame in pixels

 

video_height

Height of the video frame in pixels

 

video_par_n

Numerator of the pixel aspect ratio of the input video.

 

video_par_d

Denominator of the pixel aspect ratio of the input video.

 

display_par_n

Numerator of the pixel aspect ratio of the display device

 

display_par_d

Denominator of the pixel aspect ratio of the display device

 

Returns

A boolean indicating success and a calculated Display Ratio in the dar_n and dar_d parameters. The return value is FALSE in the case of integer overflow or other error.


gst_video_guess_framerate ()

gboolean
gst_video_guess_framerate (GstClockTime duration,
                           gint *dest_n,
                           gint *dest_d);

Given the nominal duration of one video frame, this function will check some standard framerates for a close match (within 0.1%) and return one if possible,

It will calculate an arbitrary framerate if no close match was found, and return FALSE.

It returns FALSE if a duration of 0 is passed.

Parameters

duration

Nominal duration of one frame

 

dest_n

Numerator of the calculated framerate.

[out][allow-none]

dest_d

Denominator of the calculated framerate.

[out][allow-none]

Returns

TRUE if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and FALSE otherwise.

Since: 1.6


GstVideoConvertSampleCallback ()

void
(*GstVideoConvertSampleCallback) (GstSample *sample,
                                  GError *error,
                                  gpointer user_data);

gst_video_convert_sample ()

GstSample *
gst_video_convert_sample (GstSample *sample,
                          const GstCaps *to_caps,
                          GstClockTime timeout,
                          GError **error);

Converts a raw video buffer into the specified output caps.

The output caps can be any raw video formats or any image formats (jpeg, png, ...).

The width, height and pixel-aspect-ratio can also be specified in the output caps.

Parameters

sample

a GstSample

 

to_caps

the GstCaps to convert to

 

timeout

the maximum amount of time allowed for the processing.

 

error

pointer to a GError. Can be NULL.

 

Returns

The converted GstSample, or NULL if an error happened (in which case err will point to the GError).


gst_video_convert_sample_async ()

void
gst_video_convert_sample_async (GstSample *sample,
                                const GstCaps *to_caps,
                                GstClockTime timeout,
                                GstVideoConvertSampleCallback callback,
                                gpointer user_data,
                                GDestroyNotify destroy_notify);

Converts a raw video buffer into the specified output caps.

The output caps can be any raw video formats or any image formats (jpeg, png, ...).

The width, height and pixel-aspect-ratio can also be specified in the output caps.

callback will be called after conversion, when an error occured or if conversion didn't finish after timeout . callback will always be called from the thread default GMainContext, see g_main_context_get_thread_default(). If GLib before 2.22 is used, this will always be the global default main context.

destroy_notify will be called after the callback was called and user_data is not needed anymore.

Parameters

sample

a GstSample

 

to_caps

the GstCaps to convert to

 

timeout

the maximum amount of time allowed for the processing.

 

callback

GstVideoConvertSampleCallback that will be called after conversion.

 

user_data

extra data that will be passed to the callback

 

destroy_notify

GDestroyNotify to be called after user_data is not needed anymore

 

gst_video_alignment_reset ()

void
gst_video_alignment_reset (GstVideoAlignment *align);

Set align to its default values with no padding and no alignment.

Parameters

align

a GstVideoAlignment

 

gst_video_event_new_still_frame ()

GstEvent *
gst_video_event_new_still_frame (gboolean in_still);

Creates a new Still Frame event. If in_still is TRUE, then the event represents the start of a still frame sequence. If it is FALSE, then the event ends a still frame sequence.

To parse an event created by gst_video_event_new_still_frame() use gst_video_event_parse_still_frame().

Parameters

in_still

boolean value for the still-frame state of the event.

 

Returns

The new GstEvent


gst_video_event_parse_still_frame ()

gboolean
gst_video_event_parse_still_frame (GstEvent *event,
                                   gboolean *in_still);

Parse a GstEvent, identify if it is a Still Frame event, and return the still-frame state from the event if it is. If the event represents the start of a still frame, the in_still variable will be set to TRUE, otherwise FALSE. It is OK to pass NULL for the in_still variable order to just check whether the event is a valid still-frame event.

Create a still frame event using gst_video_event_new_still_frame()

Parameters

event

A GstEvent to parse

 

in_still

A boolean to receive the still-frame status from the event, or NULL

 

Returns

TRUE if the event is a valid still-frame event. FALSE if not


gst_video_event_new_downstream_force_key_unit ()

GstEvent *
gst_video_event_new_downstream_force_key_unit
                               (GstClockTime timestamp,
                                GstClockTime stream_time,
                                GstClockTime running_time,
                                gboolean all_headers,
                                guint count);

Creates a new downstream force key unit event. A downstream force key unit event can be sent down the pipeline to request downstream elements to produce a key unit. A downstream force key unit event must also be sent when handling an upstream force key unit event to notify downstream that the latter has been handled.

To parse an event created by gst_video_event_new_downstream_force_key_unit() use gst_video_event_parse_downstream_force_key_unit().

Parameters

timestamp

the timestamp of the buffer that starts a new key unit

 

stream_time

the stream_time of the buffer that starts a new key unit

 

running_time

the running_time of the buffer that starts a new key unit

 

all_headers

TRUE to produce headers when starting a new key unit

 

count

integer that can be used to number key units

 

Returns

The new GstEvent


gst_video_event_parse_downstream_force_key_unit ()

gboolean
gst_video_event_parse_downstream_force_key_unit
                               (GstEvent *event,
                                GstClockTime *timestamp,
                                GstClockTime *stream_time,
                                GstClockTime *running_time,
                                gboolean *all_headers,
                                guint *count);

Get timestamp, stream-time, running-time, all-headers and count in the force key unit event. See gst_video_event_new_downstream_force_key_unit() for a full description of the downstream force key unit event.

running_time will be adjusted for any pad offsets of pads it was passing through.

Parameters

event

A GstEvent to parse

 

timestamp

A pointer to the timestamp in the event.

[out]

stream_time

A pointer to the stream-time in the event.

[out]

running_time

A pointer to the running-time in the event.

[out]

all_headers

A pointer to the all_headers flag in the event.

[out]

count

A pointer to the count field of the event.

[out]

Returns

TRUE if the event is a valid downstream force key unit event.


gst_video_event_new_upstream_force_key_unit ()

GstEvent *
gst_video_event_new_upstream_force_key_unit
                               (GstClockTime running_time,
                                gboolean all_headers,
                                guint count);

Creates a new upstream force key unit event. An upstream force key unit event can be sent to request upstream elements to produce a key unit.

running_time can be set to request a new key unit at a specific running_time. If set to GST_CLOCK_TIME_NONE, upstream elements will produce a new key unit as soon as possible.

To parse an event created by gst_video_event_new_downstream_force_key_unit() use gst_video_event_parse_downstream_force_key_unit().

Parameters

running_time

the running_time at which a new key unit should be produced

 

all_headers

TRUE to produce headers when starting a new key unit

 

count

integer that can be used to number key units

 

Returns

The new GstEvent


gst_video_event_parse_upstream_force_key_unit ()

gboolean
gst_video_event_parse_upstream_force_key_unit
                               (GstEvent *event,
                                GstClockTime *running_time,
                                gboolean *all_headers,
                                guint *count);

Get running-time, all-headers and count in the force key unit event. See gst_video_event_new_upstream_force_key_unit() for a full description of the upstream force key unit event.

Create an upstream force key unit event using gst_video_event_new_upstream_force_key_unit()

running_time will be adjusted for any pad offsets of pads it was passing through.

Parameters

event

A GstEvent to parse

 

running_time

A pointer to the running_time in the event.

[out]

all_headers

A pointer to the all_headers flag in the event.

[out]

count

A pointer to the count field in the event.

[out]

Returns

TRUE if the event is a valid upstream force-key-unit event. FALSE if not


gst_video_event_is_force_key_unit ()

gboolean
gst_video_event_is_force_key_unit (GstEvent *event);

Checks if an event is a force key unit event. Returns true for both upstream and downstream force key unit events.

Parameters

event

A GstEvent to check

 

Returns

TRUE if the event is a valid force key unit event


GstVideoFormatUnpack ()

void
(*GstVideoFormatUnpack) (const GstVideoFormatInfo *info,
                         GstVideoPackFlags flags,
                         gpointer dest,
                         const gpointer data[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES],
                         const gint stride[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES],
                         gint x,
                         gint y,
                         gint width);

Unpacks width pixels from the given planes and strides containing data of format info . The pixels will be unpacked into dest with each component interleaved as per info 's unpack_format, which will usually be one of GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_ARGB, GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_AYUV, GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_ARGB64 or GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_AYUV64 depending on the format to unpack. dest should at least be big enough to hold width * bytes_per_pixel bytes where bytes_per_pixel relates to the unpack format and will usually be either 4 or 8 depending on the unpack format. bytes_per_pixel will be the same as the pixel stride for plane 0 for the above formats.

For subsampled formats, the components will be duplicated in the destination array. Reconstruction of the missing components can be performed in a separate step after unpacking.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

flags

flags to control the unpacking

 

dest

a destination array

 

data

pointers to the data planes

 

stride

strides of the planes

 

x

the x position in the image to start from

 

y

the y position in the image to start from

 

width

the amount of pixels to unpack.

 

GstVideoFormatPack ()

void
(*GstVideoFormatPack) (const GstVideoFormatInfo *info,
                       GstVideoPackFlags flags,
                       const gpointer src,
                       gint sstride,
                       gpointer data[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES],
                       const gint stride[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES],
                       GstVideoChromaSite chroma_site,
                       gint y,
                       gint width);

Packs width pixels from src to the given planes and strides in the format info . The pixels from source have each component interleaved and will be packed into the planes in data .

This function operates on pack_lines lines, meaning that src should contain at least pack_lines lines with a stride of sstride and y should be a multiple of pack_lines.

Subsampled formats will use the horizontally and vertically cosited component from the source. Subsampling should be performed before packing.

Because this function does not have a x coordinate, it is not possible to pack pixels starting from an unaligned position. For tiled images this means that packing should start from a tile coordinate. For subsampled formats this means that a complete pixel needs to be packed.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

flags

flags to control the packing

 

src

a source array

 

sstride

the source array stride

 

data

pointers to the destination data planes

 

stride

strides of the destination planes

 

chroma_site

the chroma siting of the target when subsampled (not used)

 

y

the y position in the image to pack to

 

width

the amount of pixels to pack.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FORMAT()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FORMAT(info)       ((info)->format)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_NAME()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_NAME(info)         ((info)->name)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FLAGS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FLAGS(info)        ((info)->flags)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_YUV()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_YUV(info)       ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_YUV)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_RGB()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_RGB(info)       ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_RGB)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_GRAY()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_GRAY(info)      ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_GRAY)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_ALPHA()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_ALPHA(info)    ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_ALPHA)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_LE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_LE(info)        ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_LE)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_PALETTE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_PALETTE(info)  ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_PALETTE)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_COMPLEX()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_COMPLEX(info)   ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_COMPLEX)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_BITS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_BITS(info)         ((info)->bits)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_COMPONENTS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_COMPONENTS(info) ((info)->n_components)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SHIFT()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SHIFT(info,c)      ((info)->shift[c])

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DEPTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DEPTH(info,c)      ((info)->depth[c])

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PSTRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PSTRIDE(info,c)    ((info)->pixel_stride[c])

pixel stride for the given component. This is the amount of bytes to the pixel immediately to the right, so basically bytes from one pixel to the next. When bits < 8, the stride is expressed in bits.

Examples: for 24-bit RGB, the pixel stride would be 3 bytes, while it would be 4 bytes for RGBx or ARGB, and 8 bytes for ARGB64 or AYUV64. For planar formats such as I420 the pixel stride is usually 1. For YUY2 it would be 2 bytes.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

c

the component index

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_PLANES()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_PLANES(info)     ((info)->n_planes)

Number of planes. This is the number of planes the pixel layout is organized in in memory. The number of planes can be less than the number of components (e.g. Y,U,V,A or R, G, B, A) when multiple components are packed into one plane.

Examples: RGB/RGBx/RGBA: 1 plane, 3/3/4 components; I420: 3 planes, 3 components; NV21/NV12: 2 planes, 3 components.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PLANE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PLANE(info,c)      ((info)->plane[c])

Plane number where the given component can be found. A plane may contain data for multiple components.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

c

the component index

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_POFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_POFFSET(info,c)    ((info)->poffset[c])

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_W_SUB()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_W_SUB(info,c)      ((info)->w_sub[c])

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_H_SUB()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_H_SUB(info,c)      ((info)->h_sub[c])

GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE()

#define GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE(scale,val)   (-((-((gint)(val)))>>(scale)))

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_WIDTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_WIDTH(info,c,w)  GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE ((info)->w_sub[c],(w))

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_HEIGHT()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_HEIGHT(info,c,h) GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE ((info)->h_sub[c],(h))

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DATA()

#define             GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DATA(info,planes,comp)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_STRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_STRIDE(info,strides,comp) ((strides)[(info)->plane[comp]])

Row stride in bytes, that is number of bytes from the first pixel component of a row to the first pixel component in the next row. This might include some row padding (memory not actually used for anything, to make sure the beginning of the next row is aligned in a particular way).

Parameters

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

strides

an array of strides

 

comp

the component index

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_OFFSET()

#define             GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_OFFSET(info,offsets,comp)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_MODE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_MODE(info) ((info)->tile_mode)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_WS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_WS(info) ((info)->tile_ws)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_HS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_TILE_HS(info) ((info)->tile_hs)

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_TILED()

#define GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_TILED(info)     ((info)->flags & GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_TILED)

gst_video_format_from_masks ()

GstVideoFormat
gst_video_format_from_masks (gint depth,
                             gint bpp,
                             gint endianness,
                             guint red_mask,
                             guint green_mask,
                             guint blue_mask,
                             guint alpha_mask);

Find the GstVideoFormat for the given parameters.

Parameters

depth

the amount of bits used for a pixel

 

bpp

the amount of bits used to store a pixel. This value is bigger than depth

 

endianness

the endianness of the masks, G_LITTLE_ENDIAN or G_BIG_ENDIAN

 

red_mask

the red mask

 

green_mask

the green mask

 

blue_mask

the blue mask

 

alpha_mask

the alpha mask, or 0 if no alpha mask

 

Returns

a GstVideoFormat or GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_UNKNOWN when the parameters to not specify a known format.


gst_video_format_from_fourcc ()

GstVideoFormat
gst_video_format_from_fourcc (guint32 fourcc);

Converts a FOURCC value into the corresponding GstVideoFormat. If the FOURCC cannot be represented by GstVideoFormat, GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_UNKNOWN is returned.

Parameters

fourcc

a FOURCC value representing raw YUV video

 

Returns

the GstVideoFormat describing the FOURCC value


gst_video_format_to_fourcc ()

guint32
gst_video_format_to_fourcc (GstVideoFormat format);

Converts a GstVideoFormat value into the corresponding FOURCC. Only a few YUV formats have corresponding FOURCC values. If format has no corresponding FOURCC value, 0 is returned.

Parameters

format

a GstVideoFormat video format

 

Returns

the FOURCC corresponding to format


gst_video_format_from_string ()

GstVideoFormat
gst_video_format_from_string (const gchar *format);

Convert the format string to its GstVideoFormat.

Parameters

format

a format string

 

Returns

the GstVideoFormat for format or GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_UNKNOWN when the string is not a known format.


gst_video_format_to_string ()

const gchar *
gst_video_format_to_string (GstVideoFormat format);

Returns a string containing a descriptive name for the GstVideoFormat if there is one, or NULL otherwise.

Parameters

format

a GstVideoFormat video format

 

Returns

the name corresponding to format


gst_video_format_get_palette ()

gconstpointer
gst_video_format_get_palette (GstVideoFormat format,
                              gsize *size);

Get the default palette of format . This the palette used in the pack function for paletted formats.

Parameters

format

a GstVideoFormat

 

size

size of the palette in bytes.

[out]

Returns

the default palette of format or NULL when format does not have a palette.

[transfer none]

Since: 1.2


gst_video_format_get_info ()

const GstVideoFormatInfo *
gst_video_format_get_info (GstVideoFormat format);

Get the GstVideoFormatInfo for format

Parameters

format

a GstVideoFormat

 

Returns

The GstVideoFormatInfo for format .


GST_VIDEO_CAPS_MAKE()

#define             GST_VIDEO_CAPS_MAKE(format)

Generic caps string for video, for use in pad templates.

Parameters

format

string format that describes the pixel layout, as string (e.g. "I420", "RGB", "YV12", "YUY2", "AYUV", etc.)

 

GST_VIDEO_CAPS_MAKE_WITH_FEATURES()

#define             GST_VIDEO_CAPS_MAKE_WITH_FEATURES(features,format)

Generic caps string for video, for use in pad templates.

Parameters

format

string format that describes the pixel layout, as string (e.g. "I420", "RGB", "YV12", "YUY2", "AYUV", etc.)

 

features

Requires caps features as a string, e.g. "memory:SystemMemory".

 

Since: 1.2


gst_video_color_range_offsets ()

void
gst_video_color_range_offsets (GstVideoColorRange range,
                               const GstVideoFormatInfo *info,
                               gint offset[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS],
                               gint scale[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS]);

Compute the offset and scale values for each component of info . For each component, (c[i] - offset[i]) / scale[i] will scale the component c[i] to the range [0.0 .. 1.0].

The reverse operation (c[i] * scale[i]) + offset[i] can be used to convert the component values in range [0.0 .. 1.0] back to their representation in info and range .

Parameters

range

a GstVideoColorRange

 

info

a GstVideoFormatInfo

 

offset

output offsets.

[out]

scale

output scale.

[out]

gst_video_color_matrix_get_Kr_Kb ()

gboolean
gst_video_color_matrix_get_Kr_Kb (GstVideoColorMatrix matrix,
                                  gdouble *Kr,
                                  gdouble *Kb);

Get the coefficients used to convert between Y'PbPr and R'G'B' using matrix .

When:

1
2
0.0 <= [Y',R',G',B'] <= 1.0)
(-0.5 <= [Pb,Pr] <= 0.5)

the general conversion is given by:

1
2
3
Y' = Kr*R' + (1-Kr-Kb)*G' + Kb*B'
Pb = (B'-Y')/(2*(1-Kb))
Pr = (R'-Y')/(2*(1-Kr))

and the other way around:

1
2
3
R' = Y' + Cr*2*(1-Kr)
G' = Y' - Cb*2*(1-Kb)*Kb/(1-Kr-Kb) - Cr*2*(1-Kr)*Kr/(1-Kr-Kb)
B' = Y' + Cb*2*(1-Kb)

Parameters

matrix

a GstVideoColorMatrix

 

Kr

result red channel coefficient

 

Kb

result blue channel coefficient

 

Returns

TRUE if matrix was a YUV color format and Kr and Kb contain valid values.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_color_transfer_decode ()

gdouble
gst_video_color_transfer_decode (GstVideoTransferFunction func,
                                 gdouble val);

Convert val to its gamma decoded value. This is the inverse operation of gst_video_color_transfer_encode() .

For a non-linear value L' in the range [0..1], conversion to the linear L is in general performed with a power function like:

1
L = L' ^ gamma

Depending on func , different formulas might be applied. Some formulas encode a linear segment in the lower range.

Parameters

func

a GstVideoTransferFunction

 

val

a value

 

Returns

the gamme decoded value of val

Since: 1.6


gst_video_color_transfer_encode ()

gdouble
gst_video_color_transfer_encode (GstVideoTransferFunction func,
                                 gdouble val);

Convert val to its gamma encoded value.

For a linear value L in the range [0..1], conversion to the non-linear (gamma encoded) L' is in general performed with a power function like:

1
L' = L ^ (1 / gamma)

Depending on func , different formulas might be applied. Some formulas encode a linear segment in the lower range.

Parameters

func

a GstVideoTransferFunction

 

val

a value

 

Returns

the gamme encoded value of val

Since: 1.6


gst_video_colorimetry_matches ()

gboolean
gst_video_colorimetry_matches (const GstVideoColorimetry *cinfo,
                               const gchar *color);

Check if the colorimetry information in info matches that of the string color .

Parameters

cinfo

a GstVideoInfo

 

color

a colorimetry string

 

Returns

TRUE if color conveys the same colorimetry info as the color information in info .


gst_video_colorimetry_is_equal ()

gboolean
gst_video_colorimetry_is_equal (const GstVideoColorimetry *cinfo,
                                const GstVideoColorimetry *other);

Compare the 2 colorimetry sets for equality

Parameters

cinfo

a GstVideoColorimetry

 

other

another GstVideoColorimetry

 

Returns

TRUE if cinfo and other are equal.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_colorimetry_from_string ()

gboolean
gst_video_colorimetry_from_string (GstVideoColorimetry *cinfo,
                                   const gchar *color);

Parse the colorimetry string and update cinfo with the parsed values.

Parameters

cinfo

a GstVideoColorimetry

 

color

a colorimetry string

 

Returns

TRUE if color points to valid colorimetry info.


gst_video_colorimetry_to_string ()

gchar *
gst_video_colorimetry_to_string (const GstVideoColorimetry *cinfo);

Make a string representation of cinfo .

Parameters

cinfo

a GstVideoColorimetry

 

Returns

a string representation of cinfo .


GST_VIDEO_INFO_FORMAT()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FORMAT(i)         (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_FORMAT((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_NAME()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_NAME(i)           (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_NAME((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_YUV()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_YUV(i)         (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_YUV((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_RGB()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_RGB(i)         (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_RGB((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_GRAY()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_GRAY(i)        (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_IS_GRAY((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_HAS_ALPHA()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_HAS_ALPHA(i)      (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_HAS_ALPHA((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_INTERLACE_MODE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_INTERLACE_MODE(i) ((i)->interlace_mode)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_INTERLACED()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_IS_INTERLACED(i)  ((i)->interlace_mode != GST_VIDEO_INTERLACE_MODE_PROGRESSIVE)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FIELD_ORDER()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FIELD_ORDER(i)    ((i)->ABI.abi.field_order)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAGS()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAGS(i)          ((i)->flags)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_WIDTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_WIDTH(i)          ((i)->width)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_HEIGHT()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_HEIGHT(i)         ((i)->height)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_SIZE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_SIZE(i)           ((i)->size)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_VIEWS()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_VIEWS(i)          ((i)->views)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_PAR_N()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PAR_N(i)          ((i)->par_n)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_PAR_D()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PAR_D(i)          ((i)->par_d)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FPS_N()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FPS_N(i)          ((i)->fps_n)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FPS_D()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FPS_D(i)          ((i)->fps_d)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_IS_SET()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_IS_SET(i,flag) ((GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAGS(i) & (flag)) == (flag))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_SET()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_SET(i,flag)    (GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAGS(i) |= (flag))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_UNSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAG_UNSET(i,flag)  (GST_VIDEO_INFO_FLAGS(i) &= ~(flag))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_PLANES()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_PLANES(i)       (GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_PLANES((i)->finfo))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_OFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_OFFSET(i,p) ((i)->offset[p])

GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_STRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_STRIDE(i,p) ((i)->stride[p])

GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_COMPONENTS()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_COMPONENTS(i)   GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_N_COMPONENTS((i)->finfo)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DEPTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DEPTH(i,c)   GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DEPTH((i)->finfo,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DATA()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DATA(i,d,c)  GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_DATA((i)->finfo,d,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_OFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_OFFSET(i,c)  GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_OFFSET((i)->finfo,(i)->offset,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_STRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_STRIDE(i,c)  GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_STRIDE((i)->finfo,(i)->stride,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_WIDTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_WIDTH(i,c)   GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_WIDTH((i)->finfo,(c),(i)->width)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_HEIGHT()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_HEIGHT(i,c)  GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_SCALE_HEIGHT((i)->finfo,(c),(i)->height)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PLANE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PLANE(i,c)   GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PLANE((i)->finfo,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PSTRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PSTRIDE(i,c) GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_PSTRIDE((i)->finfo,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_POFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_POFFSET(i,c) GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_INFO_POFFSET((i)->finfo,(c))

GST_VIDEO_INFO_CHROMA_SITE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_CHROMA_SITE(i) ((i)->chroma_site)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_COLORIMETRY()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_COLORIMETRY(i) ((i)->colorimetry)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS(i)          ((i)->ABI.abi.multiview_flags)

GST_VIDEO_INFO_MULTIVIEW_MODE()

#define GST_VIDEO_INFO_MULTIVIEW_MODE(i)          ((i)->ABI.abi.multiview_mode)

gst_video_info_init ()

void
gst_video_info_init (GstVideoInfo *info);

Initialize info with default values.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

gst_video_info_new ()

GstVideoInfo *
gst_video_info_new (void);

Allocate a new GstVideoInfo that is also initialized with gst_video_info_init().

Returns

a new GstVideoInfo. free with gst_video_info_free().

Since: 1.6


gst_video_info_copy ()

GstVideoInfo *
gst_video_info_copy (const GstVideoInfo *info);

Copy a GstVideoInfo structure.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

Returns

a new GstVideoInfo. free with gst_video_info_free.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_info_free ()

void
gst_video_info_free (GstVideoInfo *info);

Free a GstVideoInfo structure previously allocated with gst_video_info_new() or gst_video_info_copy().

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

Since: 1.6


gst_video_info_set_format ()

gboolean
gst_video_info_set_format (GstVideoInfo *info,
                           GstVideoFormat format,
                           guint width,
                           guint height);

Set the default info for a video frame of format and width and height .

Note: This initializes info first, no values are preserved. This function does not set the offsets correctly for interlaced vertically subsampled formats.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

format

the format

 

width

a width

 

height

a height

 

Returns

FALSE if the returned video info is invalid, e.g. because the size of a frame can't be represented as a 32 bit integer (Since: 1.12)


gst_video_info_from_caps ()

gboolean
gst_video_info_from_caps (GstVideoInfo *info,
                          const GstCaps *caps);

Parse caps and update info .

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

caps

a GstCaps

 

Returns

TRUE if caps could be parsed


gst_video_info_to_caps ()

GstCaps *
gst_video_info_to_caps (GstVideoInfo *info);

Convert the values of info into a GstCaps.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

Returns

a new GstCaps containing the info of info .


gst_video_info_convert ()

gboolean
gst_video_info_convert (GstVideoInfo *info,
                        GstFormat src_format,
                        gint64 src_value,
                        GstFormat dest_format,
                        gint64 *dest_value);

Converts among various GstFormat types. This function handles GST_FORMAT_BYTES, GST_FORMAT_TIME, and GST_FORMAT_DEFAULT. For raw video, GST_FORMAT_DEFAULT corresponds to video frames. This function can be used to handle pad queries of the type GST_QUERY_CONVERT.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

src_format

GstFormat of the src_value

 

src_value

value to convert

 

dest_format

GstFormat of the dest_value

 

dest_value

pointer to destination value

 

Returns

TRUE if the conversion was successful.


gst_video_info_is_equal ()

gboolean
gst_video_info_is_equal (const GstVideoInfo *info,
                         const GstVideoInfo *other);

Compares two GstVideoInfo and returns whether they are equal or not

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

other

a GstVideoInfo

 

Returns

TRUE if info and other are equal, else FALSE.


gst_video_info_align ()

gboolean
gst_video_info_align (GstVideoInfo *info,
                      GstVideoAlignment *align);

Adjust the offset and stride fields in info so that the padding and stride alignment in align is respected.

Extra padding will be added to the right side when stride alignment padding is required and align will be updated with the new padding values.

Parameters

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

align

alignment parameters

 

Returns

FALSE if alignment could not be applied, e.g. because the size of a frame can't be represented as a 32 bit integer (Since: 1.12)


gst_video_interlace_mode_from_string ()

GstVideoInterlaceMode
gst_video_interlace_mode_from_string (const gchar *mode);

Convert mode to a GstVideoInterlaceMode

Parameters

mode

a mode

 

Returns

the GstVideoInterlaceMode of mode or GST_VIDEO_INTERLACE_MODE_PROGRESSIVE when mode is not a valid string representation for a GstVideoInterlaceMode.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_interlace_mode_to_string ()

const gchar *
gst_video_interlace_mode_to_string (GstVideoInterlaceMode mode);

Convert mode to its string representation.

Parameters

Returns

mode as a string or NULL if mode in invalid.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_field_order_from_string ()

GstVideoFieldOrder
gst_video_field_order_from_string (const gchar *order);

Convert order to a GstVideoFieldOrder

Parameters

order

a field order

 

Returns

the GstVideoFieldOrder of order or GST_VIDEO_FIELD_ORDER_UNKNOWN when order is not a valid string representation for a GstVideoFieldOrder.

Since: 1.12


gst_video_field_order_to_string ()

const gchar *
gst_video_field_order_to_string (GstVideoFieldOrder order);

Convert order to its string representation.

Parameters

order

a GstVideoFieldOrder

 

Returns

order as a string or NULL if order in invalid.

Since: 1.12


gst_video_frame_map_id ()

gboolean
gst_video_frame_map_id (GstVideoFrame *frame,
                        GstVideoInfo *info,
                        GstBuffer *buffer,
                        gint id,
                        GstMapFlags flags);

Use info and buffer to fill in the values of frame with the video frame information of frame id .

When id is -1, the default frame is mapped. When id != -1, this function will return FALSE when there is no GstVideoMeta with that id.

All video planes of buffer will be mapped and the pointers will be set in frame->data .

Parameters

frame

pointer to GstVideoFrame

 

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

buffer

the buffer to map

 

id

the frame id to map

 

flags

GstMapFlags

 

Returns

TRUE on success.


gst_video_frame_map ()

gboolean
gst_video_frame_map (GstVideoFrame *frame,
                     GstVideoInfo *info,
                     GstBuffer *buffer,
                     GstMapFlags flags);

Use info and buffer to fill in the values of frame . frame is usually allocated on the stack, and you will pass the address to the GstVideoFrame structure allocated on the stack; gst_video_frame_map() will then fill in the structures with the various video-specific information you need to access the pixels of the video buffer. You can then use accessor macros such as GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DATA(), GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_DATA(), GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_STRIDE(), GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_STRIDE() etc. to get to the pixels.

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GstVideoFrame vframe;
...
// set RGB pixels to black one at a time
if (gst_video_frame_map (&vframe, video_info, video_buffer, GST_MAP_WRITE)) {
  guint8 *pixels = GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_DATA (vframe, 0);
  guint stride = GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_STRIDE (vframe, 0);
  guint pixel_stride = GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PSTRIDE (vframe, 0);

  for (h = 0; h < height; ++h) {
    for (w = 0; w < width; ++w) {
      guint8 *pixel = pixels + h * stride + w * pixel_stride;

      memset (pixel, 0, pixel_stride);
    }
  }

  gst_video_frame_unmap (&vframe);
}
...

All video planes of buffer will be mapped and the pointers will be set in frame->data .

The purpose of this function is to make it easy for you to get to the video pixels in a generic way, without you having to worry too much about details such as whether the video data is allocated in one contiguous memory chunk or multiple memory chunks (e.g. one for each plane); or if custom strides and custom plane offsets are used or not (as signalled by GstVideoMeta on each buffer). This function will just fill the GstVideoFrame structure with the right values and if you use the accessor macros everything will just work and you can access the data easily. It also maps the underlying memory chunks for you.

Parameters

frame

pointer to GstVideoFrame

 

info

a GstVideoInfo

 

buffer

the buffer to map

 

flags

GstMapFlags

 

Returns

TRUE on success.


gst_video_frame_unmap ()

void
gst_video_frame_unmap (GstVideoFrame *frame);

Unmap the memory previously mapped with gst_video_frame_map.

Parameters

frame

a GstVideoFrame

 

gst_video_frame_copy ()

gboolean
gst_video_frame_copy (GstVideoFrame *dest,
                      const GstVideoFrame *src);

Copy the contents from src to dest .

Parameters

dest

a GstVideoFrame

 

src

a GstVideoFrame

 

Returns

TRUE if the contents could be copied.


gst_video_frame_copy_plane ()

gboolean
gst_video_frame_copy_plane (GstVideoFrame *dest,
                            const GstVideoFrame *src,
                            guint plane);

Copy the plane with index plane from src to dest .

Parameters

dest

a GstVideoFrame

 

src

a GstVideoFrame

 

plane

a plane

 

Returns

TRUE if the contents could be copied.


GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FORMAT()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FORMAT(f)         (GST_VIDEO_INFO_FORMAT(&(f)->info))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_WIDTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_WIDTH(f)          (GST_VIDEO_INFO_WIDTH(&(f)->info))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_HEIGHT()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_HEIGHT(f)         (GST_VIDEO_INFO_HEIGHT(&(f)->info))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_SIZE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_SIZE(f)           (GST_VIDEO_INFO_SIZE(&(f)->info))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAGS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAGS(f)          ((f)->flags)

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET(f,fl) ((GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAGS(f) & (fl)) == (fl))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_INTERLACED()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_INTERLACED(f)  (GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET(f, GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_INTERLACED))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_TFF()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_TFF(f)         (GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET(f, GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_TFF))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_RFF()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_RFF(f)         (GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET(f, GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_RFF))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_ONEFIELD()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_IS_ONEFIELD(f)    (GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_IS_SET(f, GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_ONEFIELD))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_N_PLANES()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_N_PLANES(f)       (GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_PLANES(&(f)->info))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_DATA()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_DATA(f,p)   ((f)->data[p])

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_OFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_OFFSET(f,p) (GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_OFFSET(&(f)->info,(p)))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_STRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_PLANE_STRIDE(f,p) (GST_VIDEO_INFO_PLANE_STRIDE(&(f)->info,(p)))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_N_COMPONENTS()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_N_COMPONENTS(f)   GST_VIDEO_INFO_N_COMPONENTS(&(f)->info)

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DEPTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DEPTH(f,c)   GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DEPTH(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DATA()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_DATA(f,c)    GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_DATA(&(f)->info,(f)->data,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_STRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_STRIDE(f,c)  GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_STRIDE(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_OFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_OFFSET(f,c)  GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_OFFSET(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_WIDTH()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_WIDTH(f,c)   GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_WIDTH(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_HEIGHT()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_HEIGHT(f,c)  GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_HEIGHT(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PLANE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PLANE(f,c)   GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PLANE(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PSTRIDE()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_PSTRIDE(f,c) GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_PSTRIDE(&(f)->info,(c))

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_POFFSET()

#define GST_VIDEO_FRAME_COMP_POFFSET(f,c) GST_VIDEO_INFO_COMP_POFFSET(&(f)->info,(c))

gst_video_tile_get_index ()

guint
gst_video_tile_get_index (GstVideoTileMode mode,
                          gint x,
                          gint y,
                          gint x_tiles,
                          gint y_tiles);

Get the tile index of the tile at coordinates x and y in the tiled image of x_tiles by y_tiles .

Use this method when mode is of type GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_INDEXED.

Parameters

mode

a GstVideoTileMode

 

x

x coordinate

 

y

y coordinate

 

x_tiles

number of horizintal tiles

 

y_tiles

number of vertical tiles

 

Returns

the index of the tile at x and y in the tiled image of x_tiles by y_tiles .

Since: 1.4


GST_VIDEO_TILE_MAKE_MODE()

#define             GST_VIDEO_TILE_MAKE_MODE(num, type)

use this macro to create new tile modes.

Parameters

num

the mode number to create

 

type

the tile mode type

 

GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_TYPE()

#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_TYPE(mode)       ((mode) & GST_VIDEO_TILE_TYPE_MASK)

Get the tile mode type of mode

Parameters

mode

the tile mode

 

GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_IS_INDEXED()

#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_IS_INDEXED(mode) (GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_TYPE(mode) == GST_VIDEO_TILE_TYPE_INDEXED)

Check if mode is an indexed tile type

Parameters

mode

a tile mode

 

GST_VIDEO_TILE_MAKE_STRIDE()

#define             GST_VIDEO_TILE_MAKE_STRIDE(x_tiles, y_tiles)

Encode the number of tile in X and Y into the stride.

Parameters

x_tiles

number of tiles in X

 

y_tiles

number of tiles in Y

 

GST_VIDEO_TILE_X_TILES()

#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_X_TILES(stride) ((stride) & GST_VIDEO_TILE_X_TILES_MASK)

Extract the number of tiles in X from the stride value.

Parameters

stride

plane stride

 

GST_VIDEO_TILE_Y_TILES()

#define GST_VIDEO_TILE_Y_TILES(stride) ((stride) >> GST_VIDEO_TILE_Y_TILES_SHIFT)

Extract the number of tiles in Y from the stride value.

Parameters

stride

plane stride

 

gst_video_blend ()

gboolean
gst_video_blend (GstVideoFrame *dest,
                 GstVideoFrame *src,
                 gint x,
                 gint y,
                 gfloat global_alpha);

Lets you blend the src image into the dest image

Parameters

dest

The GstVideoFrame where to blend src in

 

src

the GstVideoFrame that we want to blend into

 

x

The x offset in pixel where the src image should be blended

 

y

the y offset in pixel where the src image should be blended

 

global_alpha

the global_alpha each per-pixel alpha value is multiplied with

 

gst_video_blend_scale_linear_RGBA ()

void
gst_video_blend_scale_linear_RGBA (GstVideoInfo *src,
                                   GstBuffer *src_buffer,
                                   gint dest_height,
                                   gint dest_width,
                                   GstVideoInfo *dest,
                                   GstBuffer **dest_buffer);

Scales a buffer containing RGBA (or AYUV) video. This is an internal helper function which is used to scale subtitle overlays, and may be deprecated in the near future. Use GstVideoScaler to scale video buffers instead.

Parameters

src

the GstVideoInfo describing the video data in src_buffer

 

src_buffer

the source buffer containing video pixels to scale

 

dest_height

the height in pixels to scale the video data in src_buffer to

 

dest_width

the width in pixels to scale the video data in src_buffer to

 

dest

pointer to a GstVideoInfo structure that will be filled in with the details for dest_buffer .

[out]

dest_buffer

a pointer to a GstBuffer variable, which will be set to a newly-allocated buffer containing the scaled pixels.

[out]

gst_video_converter_new ()

GstVideoConverter *
gst_video_converter_new (GstVideoInfo *in_info,
                         GstVideoInfo *out_info,
                         GstStructure *config);

Create a new converter object to convert between in_info and out_info with config .

[skip]

Parameters

in_info

a GstVideoInfo

 

out_info

a GstVideoInfo

 

config

a GstStructure with configuration options.

[transfer full]

Returns

a GstVideoConverter or NULL if conversion is not possible.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_converter_free ()

void
gst_video_converter_free (GstVideoConverter *convert);

Free convert

Parameters

convert

a GstVideoConverter

 

Since: 1.6


gst_video_converter_get_config ()

const GstStructure *
gst_video_converter_get_config (GstVideoConverter *convert);

Get the current configuration of convert .

Parameters

convert

a GstVideoConverter

 

Returns

a GstStructure that remains valid for as long as convert is valid or until gst_video_converter_set_config() is called.


gst_video_converter_set_config ()

gboolean
gst_video_converter_set_config (GstVideoConverter *convert,
                                GstStructure *config);

Set config as extra configuraion for convert .

If the parameters in config can not be set exactly, this function returns FALSE and will try to update as much state as possible. The new state can then be retrieved and refined with gst_video_converter_get_config().

Look at the GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_* fields to check valid configuration option and values.

Parameters

convert

a GstVideoConverter

 

config

a GstStructure.

[transfer full]

Returns

TRUE when config could be set.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_converter_frame ()

void
gst_video_converter_frame (GstVideoConverter *convert,
                           const GstVideoFrame *src,
                           GstVideoFrame *dest);

Convert the pixels of src into dest using convert .

Parameters

convert

a GstVideoConverter

 

dest

a GstVideoFrame

 

src

a GstVideoFrame

 

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_get_mono_modes ()

const GValue *
gst_video_multiview_get_mono_modes (void);

Returns

A const GValue containing a list of mono video modes

Utility function that returns a GValue with a GstList of mono video modes (mono/left/right) for use in caps negotiations.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_get_unpacked_modes ()

const GValue *
gst_video_multiview_get_unpacked_modes
                               (void);

Returns

A const GValue containing a list of 'unpacked' stereo video modes

Utility function that returns a GValue with a GstList of unpacked stereo video modes (separated/frame-by-frame/frame-by-frame-multiview) for use in caps negotiations.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_height_modes ()

const GValue *
gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_height_modes
                               (void);

Returns

A const GValue containing a list of stereo video modes

Utility function that returns a GValue with a GstList of packed stereo video modes with double the height of a single view for use in caps negotiations. Currently this is top-bottom and row-interleaved.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_size_modes ()

const GValue *
gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_size_modes
                               (void);

Returns

A const GValue containing a list of stereo video modes

Utility function that returns a GValue with a GstList of packed stereo video modes that have double the width/height of a single view for use in caps negotiation. Currently this is just 'checkerboard' layout.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_width_modes ()

const GValue *
gst_video_multiview_get_doubled_width_modes
                               (void);

Returns

A const GValue containing a list of stereo video modes

Utility function that returns a GValue with a GstList of packed stereo video modes with double the width of a single view for use in caps negotiations. Currently this is side-by-side, side-by-side-quincunx and column-interleaved.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_mode_from_caps_string ()

GstVideoMultiviewMode
gst_video_multiview_mode_from_caps_string
                               (const gchar *caps_mview_mode);

Parameters

caps_mview_mode

multiview-mode field string from caps

 

Returns

The GstVideoMultiviewMode value

Given a string from a caps multiview-mode field, output the corresponding GstVideoMultiviewMode or GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_NONE

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_mode_to_caps_string ()

const gchar *
gst_video_multiview_mode_to_caps_string
                               (GstVideoMultiviewMode mview_mode);

Parameters

mview_mode

A GstVideoMultiviewMode value

 

Returns

The caps string representation of the mode, or NULL if invalid.

Given a GstVideoMultiviewMode returns the multiview-mode caps string for insertion into a caps structure

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_guess_half_aspect ()

gboolean
gst_video_multiview_guess_half_aspect (GstVideoMultiviewMode mv_mode,
                                       guint width,
                                       guint height,
                                       guint par_n,
                                       guint par_d);

Parameters

mv_mode

A GstVideoMultiviewMode

 

width

Video frame width in pixels

 

height

Video frame height in pixels

 

par_n

Numerator of the video pixel-aspect-ratio

 

par_d

Denominator of the video pixel-aspect-ratio

 

Returns

A boolean indicating whether the GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAG_HALF_ASPECT flag should be set.

Utility function that heuristically guess whether a frame-packed stereoscopic video contains half width/height encoded views, or full-frame views by looking at the overall display aspect ratio.

Since: 1.6


gst_video_multiview_video_info_change_mode ()

void
gst_video_multiview_video_info_change_mode
                               (GstVideoInfo *info,
                                GstVideoMultiviewMode out_mview_mode,
                                GstVideoMultiviewFlags out_mview_flags);

Utility function that transforms the width/height/PAR and multiview mode and flags of a GstVideoInfo into the requested mode.

Parameters

info

A GstVideoInfo structure to operate on

 

out_mview_mode

A GstVideoMultiviewMode value

 

out_mview_flags

A set of GstVideoMultiviewFlags

 

Since: 1.6


gst_video_time_code_new ()

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_new (guint fps_n,
                         guint fps_d,
                         GDateTime *latest_daily_jam,
                         GstVideoTimeCodeFlags flags,
                         guint hours,
                         guint minutes,
                         guint seconds,
                         guint frames,
                         guint field_count);

field_count is 0 for progressive, 1 or 2 for interlaced. latest_daiy_jam reference is stolen from caller.

Parameters

fps_n

Numerator of the frame rate

 

fps_d

Denominator of the frame rate

 

latest_daily_jam

The latest daily jam of the GstVideoTimeCode

 

flags

GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

 

hours

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

minutes

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

seconds

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

frames

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

field_count

Interlaced video field count

 

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCode with the given values. The values are not checked for being in a valid range. To see if your timecode actually has valid content, use gst_video_time_code_is_valid.

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_new_empty ()

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_new_empty (void);

Returns

a new empty GstVideoTimeCode

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_free ()

void
gst_video_time_code_free (GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Frees tc .

Parameters

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_copy ()

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_copy (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Parameters

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCode with the same values as tc .

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_init ()

void
gst_video_time_code_init (GstVideoTimeCode *tc,
                          guint fps_n,
                          guint fps_d,
                          GDateTime *latest_daily_jam,
                          GstVideoTimeCodeFlags flags,
                          guint hours,
                          guint minutes,
                          guint seconds,
                          guint frames,
                          guint field_count);

field_count is 0 for progressive, 1 or 2 for interlaced. latest_daiy_jam reference is stolen from caller.

Initializes tc with the given values. The values are not checked for being in a valid range. To see if your timecode actually has valid content, use gst_video_time_code_is_valid.

Parameters

tc

a GstVideoTimeCode

 

fps_n

Numerator of the frame rate

 

fps_d

Denominator of the frame rate

 

latest_daily_jam

The latest daily jam of the GstVideoTimeCode

 

flags

GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

 

hours

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

minutes

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

seconds

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

frames

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

field_count

Interlaced video field count

 

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time ()

void
gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time
                               (GstVideoTimeCode *tc,
                                guint fps_n,
                                guint fps_d,
                                GDateTime *dt,
                                GstVideoTimeCodeFlags flags,
                                guint field_count);

The resulting config->latest_daily_jam is set to midnight, and timecode is set to the given time.

Parameters

tc

a GstVideoTimeCode

 

fps_n

Numerator of the frame rate

 

fps_d

Denominator of the frame rate

 

dt

GDateTime to convert

 

flags

GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

 

field_count

Interlaced video field count

 

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_clear ()

void
gst_video_time_code_clear (GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values.

Parameters

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_is_valid ()

gboolean
gst_video_time_code_is_valid (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Parameters

tc

GstVideoTimeCode to check

 

Returns

whether tc is a valid timecode (supported frame rate, hours/minutes/seconds/frames not overflowing)

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_compare ()

gint
gst_video_time_code_compare (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc1,
                             const GstVideoTimeCode *tc2);

Compares tc1 and tc2 . If both have latest daily jam information, it is taken into account. Otherwise, it is assumed that the daily jam of both tc1 and tc2 was at the same time. Both time codes must be valid.

Parameters

tc1

a GstVideoTimeCode

 

tc2

another GstVideoTimeCode

 

Returns

1 if tc1 is after tc2 , -1 if tc1 is before tc2 , 0 otherwise.

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_increment_frame ()

void
gst_video_time_code_increment_frame (GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Adds one frame to tc .

Parameters

tc

a valid GstVideoTimeCode

 

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_add_frames ()

void
gst_video_time_code_add_frames (GstVideoTimeCode *tc,
                                gint64 frames);

Adds or subtracts frames amount of frames to tc . tc needs to contain valid data, as verified by gst_video_time_code_is_valid.

Parameters

tc

a valid GstVideoTimeCode

 

frames

How many frames to add or subtract

 

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_frames_since_daily_jam ()

guint64
gst_video_time_code_frames_since_daily_jam
                               (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Parameters

tc

a valid GstVideoTimeCode

 

Returns

how many frames have passed since the daily jam of tc .

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_nsec_since_daily_jam ()

guint64
gst_video_time_code_nsec_since_daily_jam
                               (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Parameters

tc

a valid GstVideoTimeCode

 

Returns

how many nsec have passed since the daily jam of tc .

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_to_date_time ()

GDateTime *
gst_video_time_code_to_date_time (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

The tc.config->latest_daily_jam is required to be non-NULL.

Parameters

tc

A valid GstVideoTimeCode to convert

 

Returns

the GDateTime representation of tc .

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_to_string ()

gchar *
gst_video_time_code_to_string (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc);

Parameters

tc

GstVideoTimeCode to convert

 

Returns

the SMPTE ST 2059-1:2015 string representation of tc . That will take the form hh:mm:ss:ff . The last separator (between seconds and frames) may vary:

';' for drop-frame, non-interlaced content and for drop-frame interlaced field 2 ',' for drop-frame interlaced field 1 ':' for non-drop-frame, non-interlaced content and for non-drop-frame interlaced field 2 '.' for non-drop-frame interlaced field 1

Since: 1.10


gst_video_time_code_add_interval ()

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_add_interval (const GstVideoTimeCode *tc,
                                  const GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *tc_inter);

This makes a component-wise addition of tc_inter to tc . For example, adding ("01:02:03:04", "00:01:00:00") will return "01:03:03:04". When it comes to drop-frame timecodes, adding ("00:00:00;00", "00:01:00:00") will return "00:01:00;02" because of drop-frame oddities. However, adding ("00:09:00;02", "00:01:00:00") will return "00:10:00;00" because this time we can have an exact minute.

Parameters

tc

The GstVideoTimeCode where the diff should be added. This must contain valid timecode values.

 

tc_inter

The GstVideoTimeCodeInterval to add to tc . The interval must contain valid values, except that for drop-frame timecode, it may also contain timecodes which would normally be dropped. These are then corrected to the next reasonable timecode.

 

Returns

A new GstVideoTimeCode with tc_inter added.

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_new_from_string ()

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_new_from_string (const gchar *tc_str);

Parameters

tc_str

The string that represents the GstVideoTimeCode

 

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCode from the given string

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time ()

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time
                               (guint fps_n,
                                guint fps_d,
                                GDateTime *dt,
                                GstVideoTimeCodeFlags flags,
                                guint field_count);

The resulting config->latest_daily_jam is set to midnight, and timecode is set to the given time.

Parameters

fps_n

Numerator of the frame rate

 

fps_d

Denominator of the frame rate

 

dt

GDateTime to convert

 

flags

GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

 

field_count

Interlaced video field count

 

Returns

the GVideoTimeCode representation of dt .

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_new ()

GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *
gst_video_time_code_interval_new (guint hours,
                                  guint minutes,
                                  guint seconds,
                                  guint frames);

Parameters

hours

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

minutes

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

seconds

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

frames

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCodeInterval with the given values.

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_new_from_string ()

GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *
gst_video_time_code_interval_new_from_string
                               (const gchar *tc_inter_str);

tc_inter_str must only have ":" as separators.

Parameters

tc_inter_str

The string that represents the GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCodeInterval from the given string

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_init ()

void
gst_video_time_code_interval_init (GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *tc,
                                   guint hours,
                                   guint minutes,
                                   guint seconds,
                                   guint frames);

Initializes tc with the given values.

Parameters

tc

a GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

hours

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

minutes

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

seconds

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

frames

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_clear ()

void
gst_video_time_code_interval_clear (GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *tc);

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values.

Parameters

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_copy ()

GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *
gst_video_time_code_interval_copy (const GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *tc);

Parameters

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCodeInterval with the same values as tc .

Since: 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_free ()

void
gst_video_time_code_interval_free (GstVideoTimeCodeInterval *tc);

Frees tc .

Parameters

Since: 1.12

Types and Values

struct GstVideoAlignment

struct GstVideoAlignment {
  guint padding_top;
  guint padding_bottom;
  guint padding_left;
  guint padding_right;
  guint stride_align[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];
};

Extra alignment paramters for the memory of video buffers. This structure is usually used to configure the bufferpool if it supports the GST_BUFFER_POOL_OPTION_VIDEO_ALIGNMENT.

Members

guint padding_top;

extra pixels on the top

 

guint padding_bottom;

extra pixels on the bottom

 

guint padding_left;

extra pixels on the left side

 

guint padding_right;

extra pixels on the right side

 

guint stride_align[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];

array with extra alignment requirements for the strides

 

GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_STR

#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_STR "video"

This metadata is relevant for video streams.

Since: 1.2


GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_STR

#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_STR "orientation"

This metadata stays relevant as long as video orientation is unchanged.

Since: 1.2


GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_SIZE_STR

#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_SIZE_STR "size"

This metadata stays relevant as long as video size is unchanged.

Since: 1.2


GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_COLORSPACE_STR

#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_COLORSPACE_STR "colorspace"

This metadata stays relevant as long as video colorspace is unchanged.

Since: 1.2


enum GstVideoOrientationMethod

The different video orientation methods.

Members

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_IDENTITY

Identity (no rotation)

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_90R

Rotate clockwise 90 degrees

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_180

Rotate 180 degrees

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_90L

Rotate counter-clockwise 90 degrees

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_HORIZ

Flip horizontally

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_VERT

Flip vertically

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_UL_LR

Flip across upper left/lower right diagonal

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_UR_LL

Flip across upper right/lower left diagonal

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_AUTO

Select flip method based on image-orientation tag

 

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_CUSTOM

Current status depends on plugin internal setup

 

Since: 1.10


enum GstVideoFormat

Enum value describing the most common video formats.

Members

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_UNKNOWN

Unknown or unset video format id

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_ENCODED

Encoded video format. Only ever use that in caps for special video formats in combination with non-system memory GstCapsFeatures where it does not make sense to specify a real video format.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_I420

planar 4:2:0 YUV

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_YV12

planar 4:2:0 YVU (like I420 but UV planes swapped)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_YUY2

packed 4:2:2 YUV (Y0-U0-Y1-V0 Y2-U2-Y3-V2 Y4 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_UYVY

packed 4:2:2 YUV (U0-Y0-V0-Y1 U2-Y2-V2-Y3 U4 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_AYUV

packed 4:4:4 YUV with alpha channel (A0-Y0-U0-V0 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_RGBx

sparse rgb packed into 32 bit, space last

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_BGRx

sparse reverse rgb packed into 32 bit, space last

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_xRGB

sparse rgb packed into 32 bit, space first

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_xBGR

sparse reverse rgb packed into 32 bit, space first

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_RGBA

rgb with alpha channel last

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_BGRA

reverse rgb with alpha channel last

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_ARGB

rgb with alpha channel first

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_ABGR

reverse rgb with alpha channel first

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_RGB

rgb

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_BGR

reverse rgb

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_Y41B

planar 4:1:1 YUV

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_Y42B

planar 4:2:2 YUV

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_YVYU

packed 4:2:2 YUV (Y0-V0-Y1-U0 Y2-V2-Y3-U2 Y4 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_Y444

planar 4:4:4 YUV

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_v210

packed 4:2:2 10-bit YUV, complex format

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_v216

packed 4:2:2 16-bit YUV, Y0-U0-Y1-V1 order

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_NV12

planar 4:2:0 YUV with interleaved UV plane

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_NV21

planar 4:2:0 YUV with interleaved VU plane

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_GRAY8

8-bit grayscale

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_GRAY16_BE

16-bit grayscale, most significant byte first

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_GRAY16_LE

16-bit grayscale, least significant byte first

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_v308

packed 4:4:4 YUV (Y-U-V ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_RGB16

rgb 5-6-5 bits per component

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_BGR16

reverse rgb 5-6-5 bits per component

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_RGB15

rgb 5-5-5 bits per component

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_BGR15

reverse rgb 5-5-5 bits per component

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_UYVP

packed 10-bit 4:2:2 YUV (U0-Y0-V0-Y1 U2-Y2-V2-Y3 U4 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A420

planar 4:4:2:0 AYUV

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_RGB8P

8-bit paletted RGB

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_YUV9

planar 4:1:0 YUV

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_YVU9

planar 4:1:0 YUV (like YUV9 but UV planes swapped)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_IYU1

packed 4:1:1 YUV (Cb-Y0-Y1-Cr-Y2-Y3 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_ARGB64

rgb with alpha channel first, 16 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_AYUV64

packed 4:4:4 YUV with alpha channel, 16 bits per channel (A0-Y0-U0-V0 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_r210

packed 4:4:4 RGB, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_I420_10BE

planar 4:2:0 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_I420_10LE

planar 4:2:0 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_I422_10BE

planar 4:2:2 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_I422_10LE

planar 4:2:2 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_Y444_10BE

planar 4:4:4 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_Y444_10LE

planar 4:4:4 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_GBR

planar 4:4:4 RGB, 8 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_GBR_10BE

planar 4:4:4 RGB, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_GBR_10LE

planar 4:4:4 RGB, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_NV16

planar 4:2:2 YUV with interleaved UV plane

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_NV24

planar 4:4:4 YUV with interleaved UV plane

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_NV12_64Z32

NV12 with 64x32 tiling in zigzag pattern

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A420_10BE

planar 4:4:2:0 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A420_10LE

planar 4:4:2:0 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A422_10BE

planar 4:4:2:2 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A422_10LE

planar 4:4:2:2 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A444_10BE

planar 4:4:4:4 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_A444_10LE

planar 4:4:4:4 YUV, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_NV61

planar 4:2:2 YUV with interleaved VU plane (Since 1.6)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_P010_10BE

planar 4:2:0 YUV with interleaved UV plane, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_P010_10LE

planar 4:2:0 YUV with interleaved UV plane, 10 bits per channel

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_IYU2

packed 4:4:4 YUV (U-Y-V ...) (Since 1.10)

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_VYUY

packed 4:2:2 YUV (V0-Y0-U0-Y1 V2-Y2-U2-Y3 V4 ...)

 

GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES

#define GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES 4

GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS

#define GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS 4

struct GstVideoFormatInfo

struct GstVideoFormatInfo {
  GstVideoFormat format;
  const gchar *name;
  const gchar *description;
  GstVideoFormatFlags flags;
  guint bits;
  guint n_components;
  guint shift[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];
  guint depth[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];
  gint  pixel_stride[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];
  guint n_planes;
  guint plane[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];
  guint poffset[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];
  guint w_sub[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];
  guint h_sub[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

  GstVideoFormat unpack_format;
  GstVideoFormatUnpack unpack_func;
  gint pack_lines;
  GstVideoFormatPack pack_func;

  GstVideoTileMode tile_mode;
  guint tile_ws;
  guint tile_hs;
};

Information for a video format.

Members

GstVideoFormat format;

GstVideoFormat

 

const gchar *name;

string representation of the format

 

const gchar *description;

use readable description of the format

 

GstVideoFormatFlags flags;

GstVideoFormatFlags

 

guint bits;

The number of bits used to pack data items. This can be less than 8 when multiple pixels are stored in a byte. for values > 8 multiple bytes should be read according to the endianness flag before applying the shift and mask.

 

guint n_components;

the number of components in the video format.

 

guint shift[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

the number of bits to shift away to get the component data

 

guint depth[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

the depth in bits for each component

 

gint pixel_stride[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

the pixel stride of each component. This is the amount of bytes to the pixel immediately to the right. When bits < 8, the stride is expressed in bits. For 24-bit RGB, this would be 3 bytes, for example, while it would be 4 bytes for RGBx or ARGB.

 

guint n_planes;

the number of planes for this format. The number of planes can be less than the amount of components when multiple components are packed into one plane.

 

guint plane[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

the plane number where a component can be found

 

guint poffset[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

the offset in the plane where the first pixel of the components can be found.

 

guint w_sub[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

subsampling factor of the width for the component. Use GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE to scale a width.

 

guint h_sub[GST_VIDEO_MAX_COMPONENTS];

subsampling factor of the height for the component. Use GST_VIDEO_SUB_SCALE to scale a height.

 

GstVideoFormat unpack_format;

the format of the unpacked pixels. This format must have the GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_UNPACK flag set.

 

GstVideoFormatUnpack unpack_func;

an unpack function for this format

 

gint pack_lines;

the amount of lines that will be packed

 

GstVideoFormatPack pack_func;

an pack function for this format

 

GstVideoTileMode tile_mode;

The tiling mode

 

guint tile_ws;

The width of a tile, in bytes, represented as a shift

 

guint tile_hs;

The height of a tile, in bytes, represented as a shift

 

enum GstVideoFormatFlags

The different video flags that a format info can have.

Members

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_YUV

The video format is YUV, components are numbered 0=Y, 1=U, 2=V.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_RGB

The video format is RGB, components are numbered 0=R, 1=G, 2=B.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_GRAY

The video is gray, there is one gray component with index 0.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_ALPHA

The video format has an alpha components with the number 3.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_LE

The video format has data stored in little endianness.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_PALETTE

The video format has a palette. The palette is stored in the second plane and indexes are stored in the first plane.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_COMPLEX

The video format has a complex layout that can't be described with the usual information in the GstVideoFormatInfo.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_UNPACK

This format can be used in a GstVideoFormatUnpack and GstVideoFormatPack function.

 

GST_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAG_TILED

The format is tiled, there is tiling information in the last plane.

 

enum GstVideoPackFlags

The different flags that can be used when packing and unpacking.

Members

GST_VIDEO_PACK_FLAG_NONE

No flag

 

GST_VIDEO_PACK_FLAG_TRUNCATE_RANGE

When the source has a smaller depth than the target format, set the least significant bits of the target to 0. This is likely sightly faster but less accurate. When this flag is not specified, the most significant bits of the source are duplicated in the least significant bits of the destination.

 

GST_VIDEO_PACK_FLAG_INTERLACED

The source is interlaced. The unpacked format will be interlaced as well with each line containing information from alternating fields. (Since 1.2)

 

GST_VIDEO_SIZE_RANGE

#define GST_VIDEO_SIZE_RANGE "(int) [ 1, max ]"

GST_VIDEO_FPS_RANGE

#define GST_VIDEO_FPS_RANGE "(fraction) [ 0, max ]"

GST_VIDEO_FORMATS_ALL

#define             GST_VIDEO_FORMATS_ALL

enum GstVideoColorRange

Possible color range values. These constants are defined for 8 bit color values and can be scaled for other bit depths.

Members

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_RANGE_UNKNOWN

unknown range

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_RANGE_0_255

[0..255] for 8 bit components

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_RANGE_16_235

[16..235] for 8 bit components. Chroma has [16..240] range.

 

enum GstVideoColorMatrix

The color matrix is used to convert between Y'PbPr and non-linear RGB (R'G'B')

Members

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_UNKNOWN

unknown matrix

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_RGB

identity matrix

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_FCC

FCC color matrix

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_BT709

ITU-R BT.709 color matrix

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_BT601

ITU-R BT.601 color matrix

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_SMPTE240M

SMPTE 240M color matrix

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_MATRIX_BT2020

ITU-R BT.2020 color matrix. Since: 1.6.

 

enum GstVideoColorPrimaries

The color primaries define the how to transform linear RGB values to and from the CIE XYZ colorspace.

Members

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_UNKNOWN

unknown color primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_BT709

BT709 primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_BT470M

BT470M primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_BT470BG

BT470BG primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_SMPTE170M

SMPTE170M primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_SMPTE240M

SMPTE240M primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_FILM

Generic film

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_BT2020

BT2020 primaries. Since: 1.6.

 

GST_VIDEO_COLOR_PRIMARIES_ADOBERGB

Adobe RGB primaries. Since: 1.8

 

enum GstVideoTransferFunction

The video transfer function defines the formula for converting between non-linear RGB (R'G'B') and linear RGB

Members

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_UNKNOWN

unknown transfer function

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_GAMMA10

linear RGB, gamma 1.0 curve

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_GAMMA18

Gamma 1.8 curve

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_GAMMA20

Gamma 2.0 curve

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_GAMMA22

Gamma 2.2 curve

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_BT709

Gamma 2.2 curve with a linear segment in the lower range

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_SMPTE240M

Gamma 2.2 curve with a linear segment in the lower range

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_SRGB

Gamma 2.4 curve with a linear segment in the lower range

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_GAMMA28

Gamma 2.8 curve

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_LOG100

Logarithmic transfer characteristic 100:1 range

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_LOG316

Logarithmic transfer characteristic 316.22777:1 range

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_BT2020_12

Gamma 2.2 curve with a linear segment in the lower range. Used for BT.2020 with 12 bits per component. Since: 1.6.

 

GST_VIDEO_TRANSFER_ADOBERGB

Gamma 2.19921875. Since: 1.8

 

GstVideoColorimetry

typedef struct {
  GstVideoColorRange        range;
  GstVideoColorMatrix       matrix;
  GstVideoTransferFunction  transfer;
  GstVideoColorPrimaries    primaries;
} GstVideoColorimetry;

Structure describing the color info.

Members

GstVideoColorRange range;

the color range. This is the valid range for the samples. It is used to convert the samples to Y'PbPr values.

 

GstVideoColorMatrix matrix;

the color matrix. Used to convert between Y'PbPr and non-linear RGB (R'G'B')

 

GstVideoTransferFunction transfer;

the transfer function. used to convert between R'G'B' and RGB

 

GstVideoColorPrimaries primaries;

color primaries. used to convert between R'G'B' and CIE XYZ

 

GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT2020

#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT2020      "bt2020"

GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT601

#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT601       "bt601"

GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT709

#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_BT709       "bt709"

GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_SMPTE240M

#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_SMPTE240M   "smpte240m"

GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_SRGB

#define GST_VIDEO_COLORIMETRY_SRGB        "sRGB"

struct GstVideoInfo

struct GstVideoInfo {
  const GstVideoFormatInfo *finfo;

  GstVideoInterlaceMode     interlace_mode;
  GstVideoFlags             flags;
  gint                      width;
  gint                      height;
  gsize                     size;
  gint                      views;

  GstVideoChromaSite        chroma_site;
  GstVideoColorimetry       colorimetry;

  gint                      par_n;
  gint                      par_d;
  gint                      fps_n;
  gint                      fps_d;

  gsize                     offset[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];
  gint                      stride[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];

  /* Union preserves padded struct size for backwards compat
   * Consumer code should use the accessor macros for fields */
  union {
    struct {
      GstVideoMultiviewMode     multiview_mode;
      GstVideoMultiviewFlags    multiview_flags;
      GstVideoFieldOrder        field_order;
    } abi;
};

Information describing image properties. This information can be filled in from GstCaps with gst_video_info_from_caps(). The information is also used to store the specific video info when mapping a video frame with gst_video_frame_map().

Use the provided macros to access the info in this structure.

Members

const GstVideoFormatInfo *finfo;

the format info of the video

 

GstVideoInterlaceMode interlace_mode;

the interlace mode

 

GstVideoFlags flags;

additional video flags

 

gint width;

the width of the video

 

gint height;

the height of the video

 

gsize size;

the default size of one frame

 

gint views;

the number of views for multiview video

 

GstVideoChromaSite chroma_site;

a GstVideoChromaSite.

 

GstVideoColorimetry colorimetry;

the colorimetry info

 

gint par_n;

the pixel-aspect-ratio numerator

 

gint par_d;

the pixel-aspect-ratio demnominator

 

gint fps_n;

the framerate numerator

 

gint fps_d;

the framerate demnominator

 

gsize offset[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];

offsets of the planes

 

gint stride[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];

strides of the planes

 

enum GstVideoInterlaceMode

The possible values of the GstVideoInterlaceMode describing the interlace mode of the stream.

Members

GST_VIDEO_INTERLACE_MODE_PROGRESSIVE

all frames are progressive

 

GST_VIDEO_INTERLACE_MODE_INTERLEAVED

2 fields are interleaved in one video frame. Extra buffer flags describe the field order.

 

GST_VIDEO_INTERLACE_MODE_MIXED

frames contains both interlaced and progressive video, the buffer flags describe the frame and fields.

 

GST_VIDEO_INTERLACE_MODE_FIELDS

2 fields are stored in one buffer, use the frame ID to get access to the required field. For multiview (the 'views' property > 1) the fields of view N can be found at frame ID (N * 2) and (N * 2) + 1. Each field has only half the amount of lines as noted in the height property. This mode requires multiple GstVideoMeta metadata to describe the fields.

 

enum GstVideoFieldOrder

Field order of interlaced content. This is only valid for interlace-mode=interleaved and not interlace-mode=mixed. In the case of mixed or GST_VIDEO_FIELD_ORDER_UNKOWN, the field order is signalled via buffer flags.

Members

GST_VIDEO_FIELD_ORDER_UNKNOWN

unknown field order for interlaced content. The actual field order is signalled via buffer flags.

 

GST_VIDEO_FIELD_ORDER_TOP_FIELD_FIRST

top field is first

 

GST_VIDEO_FIELD_ORDER_BOTTOM_FIELD_FIRST

bottom field is first

 

Since: 1.12


enum GstVideoMultiviewMode

All possible stereoscopic 3D and multiview representations. In conjunction with GstVideoMultiviewFlags, describes how multiview content is being transported in the stream.

Members

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_NONE

A special value indicating no multiview information. Used in GstVideoInfo and other places to indicate that no specific multiview handling has been requested or provided. This value is never carried on caps.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_MONO

All frames are monoscopic.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_LEFT

All frames represent a left-eye view.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_RIGHT

All frames represent a right-eye view.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_SIDE_BY_SIDE

Left and right eye views are provided in the left and right half of the frame respectively.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_SIDE_BY_SIDE_QUINCUNX

Left and right eye views are provided in the left and right half of the frame, but have been sampled using quincunx method, with half-pixel offset between the 2 views.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_COLUMN_INTERLEAVED

Alternating vertical columns of pixels represent the left and right eye view respectively.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_ROW_INTERLEAVED

Alternating horizontal rows of pixels represent the left and right eye view respectively.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_TOP_BOTTOM

The top half of the frame contains the left eye, and the bottom half the right eye.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_CHECKERBOARD

Pixels are arranged with alternating pixels representing left and right eye views in a checkerboard fashion.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_FRAME_BY_FRAME

Left and right eye views are provided in separate frames alternately.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_BY_FRAME

Multiple independent views are provided in separate frames in sequence. This method only applies to raw video buffers at the moment. Specific view identification is via the GstVideoMultiviewMeta and GstVideoMeta(s) on raw video buffers.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MODE_SEPARATED

Multiple views are provided as separate GstMemory framebuffers attached to each GstBuffer, described by the GstVideoMultiviewMeta and GstVideoMeta(s)

 

enum GstVideoMultiviewFramePacking

GstVideoMultiviewFramePacking represents the subset of GstVideoMultiviewMode values that can be applied to any video frame without needing extra metadata. It can be used by elements that provide a property to override the multiview interpretation of a video stream when the video doesn't contain any markers.

This enum is used (for example) on playbin, to re-interpret a played video stream as a stereoscopic video. The individual enum values are equivalent to and have the same value as the matching GstVideoMultiviewMode.

Members

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_NONE

A special value indicating no frame packing info.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_MONO

All frames are monoscopic.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_LEFT

All frames represent a left-eye view.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_RIGHT

All frames represent a right-eye view.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_SIDE_BY_SIDE

Left and right eye views are provided in the left and right half of the frame respectively.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_SIDE_BY_SIDE_QUINCUNX

Left and right eye views are provided in the left and right half of the frame, but have been sampled using quincunx method, with half-pixel offset between the 2 views.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_COLUMN_INTERLEAVED

Alternating vertical columns of pixels represent the left and right eye view respectively.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_ROW_INTERLEAVED

Alternating horizontal rows of pixels represent the left and right eye view respectively.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_TOP_BOTTOM

The top half of the frame contains the left eye, and the bottom half the right eye.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_CHECKERBOARD

Pixels are arranged with alternating pixels representing left and right eye views in a checkerboard fashion.

 

enum GstVideoMultiviewFlags

GstVideoMultiviewFlags are used to indicate extra properties of a stereo/multiview stream beyond the frame layout and buffer mapping that is conveyed in the GstMultiviewMode.

Members

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_NONE

No flags

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_RIGHT_VIEW_FIRST

For stereo streams, the normal arrangement of left and right views is reversed.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_LEFT_FLIPPED

The left view is vertically mirrored.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_LEFT_FLOPPED

The left view is horizontally mirrored.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_RIGHT_FLIPPED

The right view is vertically mirrored.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_RIGHT_FLOPPED

The right view is horizontally mirrored.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_HALF_ASPECT

For frame-packed multiview modes, indicates that the individual views have been encoded with half the true width or height and should be scaled back up for display. This flag is used for overriding input layout interpretation by adjusting pixel-aspect-ratio. For side-by-side, column interleaved or checkerboard packings, the pixel width will be doubled. For row interleaved and top-bottom encodings, pixel height will be doubled.

 

GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FLAGS_MIXED_MONO

The video stream contains both mono and multiview portions, signalled on each buffer by the absence or presence of the GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_MULTIPLE_VIEW buffer flag.

 

enum GstVideoFlags

Extra video flags

Members

GST_VIDEO_FLAG_NONE

no flags

 

GST_VIDEO_FLAG_VARIABLE_FPS

a variable fps is selected, fps_n and fps_d denote the maximum fps of the video

 

GST_VIDEO_FLAG_PREMULTIPLIED_ALPHA

Each color has been scaled by the alpha value.

 

struct GstVideoFrame

struct GstVideoFrame {
  GstVideoInfo info;
  GstVideoFrameFlags flags;

  GstBuffer *buffer;
  gpointer   meta;
  gint       id;

  gpointer   data[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];
  GstMapInfo map[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];
};

A video frame obtained from gst_video_frame_map()

Members

GstVideoInfo info;

the GstVideoInfo

 

GstVideoFrameFlags flags;

GstVideoFrameFlags for the frame

 

GstBuffer *buffer;

the mapped buffer

 

gpointer meta;

pointer to metadata if any

 

gint id;

id of the mapped frame. the id can for example be used to indentify the frame in case of multiview video.

 

gpointer data[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];

pointers to the plane data

 

GstMapInfo map[GST_VIDEO_MAX_PLANES];

mappings of the planes

 

enum GstVideoFrameFlags

Extra video frame flags

Members

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_NONE

no flags

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_INTERLACED

The video frame is interlaced. In mixed interlace-mode, this flag specifies if the frame is interlaced or progressive.

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_TFF

The video frame has the top field first

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_RFF

The video frame has the repeat flag

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_ONEFIELD

The video frame has one field

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_MULTIPLE_VIEW

The video contains one or more non-mono views

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_FLAG_FIRST_IN_BUNDLE

The video frame is the first in a set of corresponding views provided as sequential frames.

 

enum GstVideoFrameMapFlags

Additional mapping flags for gst_video_frame_map().

Members

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_MAP_FLAG_NO_REF

Don't take another reference of the buffer and store it in the GstVideoFrame. This makes sure that the buffer stays writable while the frame is mapped, but requires that the buffer reference stays valid until the frame is unmapped again.

 

GST_VIDEO_FRAME_MAP_FLAG_LAST

Offset to define more flags

 

Since: 1.6


enum GstVideoBufferFlags

Additional video buffer flags. These flags can potentially be used on any buffers carrying video data - even encoded data.

Note that these are only valid for GstCaps of type: video/... They can conflict with other extended buffer flags.

Members

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_INTERLACED

If the GstBuffer is interlaced. In mixed interlace-mode, this flags specifies if the frame is interlaced or progressive.

 

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_TFF

If the GstBuffer is interlaced, then the first field in the video frame is the top field. If unset, the bottom field is first.

 

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_RFF

If the GstBuffer is interlaced, then the first field (as defined by the GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_TFF flag setting) is repeated.

 

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_ONEFIELD

If the GstBuffer is interlaced, then only the first field (as defined by the GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_TFF flag setting) is to be displayed.

 

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_MULTIPLE_VIEW

The GstBuffer contains one or more specific views, such as left or right eye view. This flags is set on any buffer that contains non-mono content - even for streams that contain only a single viewpoint. In mixed mono / non-mono streams, the absense of the flag marks mono buffers.

 

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_FIRST_IN_BUNDLE

When conveying stereo/multiview content with frame-by-frame methods, this flag marks the first buffer in a bundle of frames that belong together.

 

GST_VIDEO_BUFFER_FLAG_LAST

Offset to define more flags

 

enum GstVideoTileType

Enum value describing the most common tiling types.

Members

GST_VIDEO_TILE_TYPE_INDEXED

Tiles are indexed. Use gst_video_tile_get_index() to retrieve the tile at the requested coordinates.

 

enum GstVideoTileMode

Enum value describing the available tiling modes.

Members

GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_UNKNOWN

Unknown or unset tile mode

 

GST_VIDEO_TILE_MODE_ZFLIPZ_2X2

Every four adjacent blocks - two horizontally and two vertically are grouped together and are located in memory in Z or flipped Z order. In case of odd rows, the last row of blocks is arranged in linear order.

 

GstVideoConverter

typedef struct _GstVideoConverter GstVideoConverter;

enum GstVideoAlphaMode

Different alpha modes.

Members

GST_VIDEO_ALPHA_MODE_COPY

When input and output have alpha, it will be copied. When the input has no alpha, alpha will be set to GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE

 

GST_VIDEO_ALPHA_MODE_SET

set all alpha to GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE

 

GST_VIDEO_ALPHA_MODE_MULT

multiply all alpha with GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE. When the input format has no alpha but the output format has, the alpha value will be set to GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE

 

Since: 1.6


enum GstVideoChromaMode

Different chroma downsampling and upsampling modes

Members

GST_VIDEO_CHROMA_MODE_FULL

do full chroma up and down sampling

 

GST_VIDEO_CHROMA_MODE_UPSAMPLE_ONLY

only perform chroma upsampling

 

GST_VIDEO_CHROMA_MODE_DOWNSAMPLE_ONLY

only perform chroma downsampling

 

GST_VIDEO_CHROMA_MODE_NONE

disable chroma resampling

 

Since: 1.6


enum GstVideoGammaMode

Members

GST_VIDEO_GAMMA_MODE_NONE

disable gamma handling

 

GST_VIDEO_GAMMA_MODE_REMAP

convert between input and output gamma Different gamma conversion modes

 

Since: 1.6


enum GstVideoMatrixMode

Different color matrix conversion modes

Members

GST_VIDEO_MATRIX_MODE_FULL

do conversion between color matrices

 

GST_VIDEO_MATRIX_MODE_INPUT_ONLY

use the input color matrix to convert to and from R'G'B

 

GST_VIDEO_MATRIX_MODE_OUTPUT_ONLY

use the output color matrix to convert to and from R'G'B

 

GST_VIDEO_MATRIX_MODE_NONE

disable color matrix conversion.

 

Since: 1.6


enum GstVideoPrimariesMode

Different primaries conversion modes

Members

GST_VIDEO_PRIMARIES_MODE_NONE

disable conversion between primaries

 

GST_VIDEO_PRIMARIES_MODE_MERGE_ONLY

do conversion between primaries only when it can be merged with color matrix conversion.

 

GST_VIDEO_PRIMARIES_MODE_FAST

fast conversion between primaries

 

Since: 1.6


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_MODE

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_MODE   "GstVideoConverter.alpha-mode"

GST_TYPE_VIDEO_ALPHA_MODE, the alpha mode to use. Default is GST_VIDEO_ALPHA_MODE_COPY.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_ALPHA_VALUE   "GstVideoConverter.alpha-value"

G_TYPE_DOUBLE, the alpha color value to use. Default to 1.0


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_BORDER_ARGB

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_BORDER_ARGB   "GstVideoConverter.border-argb"

G_TYPE_UINT, the border color to use if GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_FILL_BORDER is set to TRUE. The color is in ARGB format. Default 0xff000000


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_CHROMA_MODE

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_CHROMA_MODE   "GstVideoConverter.chroma-mode"

GST_TYPE_VIDEO_CHROMA_MODE, set the chroma resample mode subsampled formats. Default is GST_VIDEO_CHROMA_MODE_FULL.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_CHROMA_RESAMPLER_METHOD

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_CHROMA_RESAMPLER_METHOD   "GstVideoConverter.chroma-resampler-method"

GST_TYPE_RESAMPLER_METHOD, The resampler method to use for chroma resampling. Other options for the resampler can be used, see the GstResampler. Default is GST_RESAMPLER_METHOD_LINEAR


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_HEIGHT

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_HEIGHT   "GstVideoConverter.dest-height"

G_TYPE_INT, height in the destination frame, default destination height


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_WIDTH

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_WIDTH   "GstVideoConverter.dest-width"

G_TYPE_INT, width in the destination frame, default destination width


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_X

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_X   "GstVideoConverter.dest-x"

G_TYPE_INT, x position in the destination frame, default 0


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_Y

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DEST_Y   "GstVideoConverter.dest-y"

G_TYPE_INT, y position in the destination frame, default 0


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DITHER_METHOD

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DITHER_METHOD   "GstVideoConverter.dither-method"

GST_TYPE_VIDEO_DITHER_METHOD, The dither method to use when changing bit depth. Default is GST_VIDEO_DITHER_BAYER.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DITHER_QUANTIZATION

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_DITHER_QUANTIZATION   "GstVideoConverter.dither-quantization"

G_TYPE_UINT, The quantization amount to dither to. Components will be quantized to multiples of this value. Default is 1


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_FILL_BORDER

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_FILL_BORDER   "GstVideoConverter.fill-border"

G_TYPE_BOOLEAN, if the destination rectangle does not fill the complete destination image, render a border with GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_BORDER_ARGB. Otherwise the unusded pixels in the destination are untouched. Default TRUE.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_GAMMA_MODE

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_GAMMA_MODE   "GstVideoConverter.gamma-mode"

GST_TYPE_VIDEO_GAMMA_MODE, set the gamma mode. Default is GST_VIDEO_GAMMA_MODE_NONE.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_MATRIX_MODE

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_MATRIX_MODE   "GstVideoConverter.matrix-mode"

GST_TYPE_VIDEO_MATRIX_MODE, set the color matrix conversion mode for converting between Y'PbPr and non-linear RGB (R'G'B'). Default is GST_VIDEO_MATRIX_MODE_FULL.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_PRIMARIES_MODE

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_PRIMARIES_MODE   "GstVideoConverter.primaries-mode"

GST_TYPE_VIDEO_PRIMARIES_MODE, set the primaries conversion mode. Default is GST_VIDEO_PRIMARIES_MODE_NONE.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_RESAMPLER_METHOD

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_RESAMPLER_METHOD   "GstVideoConverter.resampler-method"

GST_TYPE_RESAMPLER_METHOD, The resampler method to use for resampling. Other options for the resampler can be used, see the GstResampler. Default is GST_RESAMPLER_METHOD_CUBIC


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_RESAMPLER_TAPS

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_RESAMPLER_TAPS   "GstVideoConverter.resampler-taps"

G_TYPE_UINT, The number of taps for the resampler. Default is 0: let the resampler choose a good value.


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_HEIGHT

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_HEIGHT   "GstVideoConverter.src-height"

G_TYPE_INT, source height to convert, default source height


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_WIDTH

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_WIDTH   "GstVideoConverter.src-width"

G_TYPE_INT, source width to convert, default source width


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_X

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_X   "GstVideoConverter.src-x"

G_TYPE_INT, source x position to start conversion, default 0


GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_Y

#define GST_VIDEO_CONVERTER_OPT_SRC_Y   "GstVideoConverter.src-y"

G_TYPE_INT, source y position to start conversion, default 0


GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MAX_FRAME_PACKING

#define GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_MAX_FRAME_PACKING GST_VIDEO_MULTIVIEW_FRAME_PACKING_CHECKERBOARD

struct GstVideoTimeCode

struct GstVideoTimeCode {
  GstVideoTimeCodeConfig config;

  guint hours;
  guint minutes;
  guint seconds;
  guint frames;
  guint field_count;
};

field_count must be 0 for progressive video and 1 or 2 for interlaced.

A representation of a SMPTE time code.

hours must be positive and less than 24. Will wrap around otherwise. minutes and seconds must be positive and less than 60. frames must be less than or equal to config.fps_n / config.fps_d These values are *NOT* automatically normalized.

Members

GstVideoTimeCodeConfig config;

the corresponding GstVideoTimeCodeConfig

 

guint hours;

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

guint minutes;

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

guint seconds;

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

guint frames;

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCode

 

guint field_count;

Interlaced video field count

 

Since: 1.10


struct GstVideoTimeCodeConfig

struct GstVideoTimeCodeConfig {
  guint fps_n;
  guint fps_d;
  GstVideoTimeCodeFlags flags;
  GDateTime *latest_daily_jam;
};

Supported frame rates: 30000/1001, 60000/1001 (both with and without drop frame), and integer frame rates e.g. 25/1, 30/1, 50/1, 60/1.

The configuration of the time code.

Members

guint fps_n;

Numerator of the frame rate

 

guint fps_d;

Denominator of the frame rate

 

GstVideoTimeCodeFlags flags;

the corresponding GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

 

GDateTime *latest_daily_jam;

The latest daily jam information, if present, or NULL

 

Since: 1.10


enum GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

Flags related to the time code information. For drop frame, only 30000/1001 and 60000/1001 frame rates are supported.

Members

GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_FLAGS_NONE

No flags

 

GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_FLAGS_DROP_FRAME

Whether we have drop frame rate

 

GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_FLAGS_INTERLACED

Whether we have interlaced video

 

Since: 1.10


struct GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

struct GstVideoTimeCodeInterval {
  guint hours;
  guint minutes;
  guint seconds;
  guint frames;
};

A representation of a difference between two GstVideoTimeCode instances. Will not necessarily correspond to a real timecode (e.g. 00:00:10;00)

Members

guint hours;

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

guint minutes;

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

guint seconds;

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

guint frames;

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

 

Since: 1.12