GstInterpolationControlSource

GstInterpolationControlSource is a GstControlSource, that interpolates values between user-given control points. It supports several interpolation modes and property types.

To use GstInterpolationControlSource get a new instance by calling gst_interpolation_control_source_new, bind it to a GParamSpec and set some control points by calling gst_timed_value_control_source_set.

All functions are MT-safe.

GstInterpolationControlSource

GObject
    ╰──GInitiallyUnowned
        ╰──GstObject
            ╰──GstControlSource
                ╰──GstTimedValueControlSource
                    ╰──GstInterpolationControlSource

The instance structure of GstControlSource.

Members

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Class structure

GstInterpolationControlSourceClass

Fields
parent_class (GstTimedValueControlSourceClass) –
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GstController.InterpolationControlSourceClass

Attributes
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GstController.InterpolationControlSourceClass

Attributes
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GstInterpolationControlSource

GObject
    ╰──GInitiallyUnowned
        ╰──GstObject
            ╰──GstControlSource
                ╰──GstTimedValueControlSource
                    ╰──GstInterpolationControlSource

The instance structure of GstControlSource.

Members

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GstInterpolationControlSource

GObject
    ╰──GInitiallyUnowned
        ╰──GstObject
            ╰──GstControlSource
                ╰──GstTimedValueControlSource
                    ╰──GstInterpolationControlSource

The instance structure of GstControlSource.

Members

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Constructors

gst_interpolation_control_source_new

GstControlSource *
gst_interpolation_control_source_new ()

This returns a new, unbound GstInterpolationControlSource.

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

a new, unbound GstInterpolationControlSource.


GstController.InterpolationControlSource.prototype.new

function GstController.InterpolationControlSource.prototype.new(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_interpolation_control_source_new'
}

This returns a new, unbound GstController.InterpolationControlSource.


GstController.InterpolationControlSource.new

def GstController.InterpolationControlSource.new ():
    #python wrapper for 'gst_interpolation_control_source_new'

This returns a new, unbound GstController.InterpolationControlSource.


Properties

mode

“mode” GstInterpolationMode *

Flags : Read / Write


mode

“mode” GstController.InterpolationMode

Flags : Read / Write


mode

“self.props.mode” GstController.InterpolationMode

Flags : Read / Write


Enumerations

GstInterpolationMode

The various interpolation modes available.

Members
GST_INTERPOLATION_MODE_NONE (0) –

steps-like interpolation, default

GST_INTERPOLATION_MODE_LINEAR (1) –

linear interpolation

GST_INTERPOLATION_MODE_CUBIC (2) –

cubic interpolation (natural), may overshoot the min or max values set by the control point, but is more 'curvy'

GST_INTERPOLATION_MODE_CUBIC_MONOTONIC (3) –

monotonic cubic interpolation, will not produce any values outside of the min-max range set by the control points (Since: 1.8)


GstController.InterpolationMode

The various interpolation modes available.

Members
GstController.InterpolationMode.NONE (0) –

steps-like interpolation, default

GstController.InterpolationMode.LINEAR (1) –

linear interpolation

GstController.InterpolationMode.CUBIC (2) –

cubic interpolation (natural), may overshoot the min or max values set by the control point, but is more 'curvy'

GstController.InterpolationMode.CUBIC_MONOTONIC (3) –

monotonic cubic interpolation, will not produce any values outside of the min-max range set by the control points (Since: 1.8)


GstController.InterpolationMode

The various interpolation modes available.

Members
GstController.InterpolationMode.NONE (0) –

steps-like interpolation, default

GstController.InterpolationMode.LINEAR (1) –

linear interpolation

GstController.InterpolationMode.CUBIC (2) –

cubic interpolation (natural), may overshoot the min or max values set by the control point, but is more 'curvy'

GstController.InterpolationMode.CUBIC_MONOTONIC (3) –

monotonic cubic interpolation, will not produce any values outside of the min-max range set by the control points (Since: 1.8)


Constants

GST_TYPE_INTERPOLATION_CONTROL_SOURCE

#define GST_TYPE_INTERPOLATION_CONTROL_SOURCE \
  (gst_interpolation_control_source_get_type ())

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