rtponviftimestamp

Add absolute timestamps and flags of recorded data in a playback session

Hierarchy

GObject
    ╰──GInitiallyUnowned
        ╰──GstObject
            ╰──GstElement
                ╰──rtponviftimestamp

Factory details

Authors: – Guillaume Desmottes

Classification:Effect/RTP

Rank – none

Plugin – rtponvif

Package – GStreamer Bad Plug-ins

Pad Templates

sink

application/x-rtp:

Presencealways

Directionsink

Object typeGstPad


src

application/x-rtp:

Presencealways

Directionsrc

Object typeGstPad


Properties

cseq

“cseq” guint

The RTSP CSeq which initiated the playback

Flags : Read / Write

Default value : 0


drop-out-of-segment

“drop-out-of-segment” gboolean

Whether the element should drop buffers that fall outside the segment, not part of the specification but allows full reverse playback.

Flags : Read / Write

Default value : true


ntp-offset

“ntp-offset” guint64

Offset between the pipeline running time and the absolute UTC time, in nano-seconds since 1900 (-1 for automatic computation)

Flags : Read / Write

Default value : 18446744073709551615


set-e-bit

“set-e-bit” gboolean

If the element should set the 'E' bit as defined in the ONVIF RTP extension. This increases latency by one packet

Flags : Read / Write

Default value : false


set-t-bit

“set-t-bit” gboolean

If the element should set the 'T' bit as defined in the ONVIF RTP extension. This increases latency by one packet

Flags : Read / Write

Default value : false


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