GstVideo

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

GstVideoAlignment

Extra alignment parameters 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

padding_top (guint) –

extra pixels on the top

padding_bottom (guint) –

extra pixels on the bottom

padding_left (guint) –

extra pixels on the left side

padding_right (guint) –

extra pixels on the right side

stride_align (guint *) –

array with extra alignment requirements for the strides


GstVideoAlignment

Extra alignment parameters 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

padding_top (Number) –

extra pixels on the top

padding_bottom (Number) –

extra pixels on the bottom

padding_left (Number) –

extra pixels on the left side

padding_right (Number) –

extra pixels on the right side

stride_align ([ Number ]) –

array with extra alignment requirements for the strides


GstVideoAlignment

Extra alignment parameters 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

padding_top (int) –

extra pixels on the top

padding_bottom (int) –

extra pixels on the bottom

padding_left (int) –

extra pixels on the left side

padding_right (int) –

extra pixels on the right side

stride_align ([ int ]) –

array with extra alignment requirements for the strides


Methods

gst_video_alignment_reset

gst_video_alignment_reset (GstVideoAlignment * align)

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

Parameters:

align

a GstVideoAlignment


GstVideo.VideoAlignment.prototype.reset

function GstVideo.VideoAlignment.prototype.reset(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_alignment_reset'
}

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

Parameters:


GstVideo.VideoAlignment.reset

def GstVideo.VideoAlignment.reset (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_alignment_reset'

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

Parameters:


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 ( [out] ) –

Numerator of the calculated display_ratio

dar_d ( [out] ) –

Denominator of the calculated display_ratio

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.


GstVideo.prototype.video_calculate_display_ratio

function GstVideo.prototype.video_calculate_display_ratio(video_width: Number, video_height: Number, video_par_n: Number, video_par_d: Number, display_par_n: Number, display_par_d: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_calculate_display_ratio'
}

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:

video_width ( Number ) –

Width of the video frame in pixels

video_height ( Number ) –

Height of the video frame in pixels

video_par_n ( Number ) –

Numerator of the pixel aspect ratio of the input video.

video_par_d ( Number ) –

Denominator of the pixel aspect ratio of the input video.

display_par_n ( Number ) –

Numerator of the pixel aspect ratio of the display device

display_par_d ( Number ) –

Denominator of the pixel aspect ratio of the display device

Returns a tuple made of:

( Number ) –

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.

dar_n ( Number ) –

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.

dar_d ( Number ) –

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.


GstVideo.video_calculate_display_ratio

def GstVideo.video_calculate_display_ratio (video_width, video_height, video_par_n, video_par_d, display_par_n, display_par_d):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_calculate_display_ratio'

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:

video_width ( int ) –

Width of the video frame in pixels

video_height ( int ) –

Height of the video frame in pixels

video_par_n ( int ) –

Numerator of the pixel aspect ratio of the input video.

video_par_d ( int ) –

Denominator of the pixel aspect ratio of the input video.

display_par_n ( int ) –

Numerator of the pixel aspect ratio of the display device

display_par_d ( int ) –

Denominator of the pixel aspect ratio of the display device

Returns a tuple made of:

( bool ) –

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.

dar_n ( int ) –

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.

dar_d ( int ) –

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 ( [out] [allow-none] ) –

Numerator of the calculated framerate

dest_d ( [out] [allow-none] ) –

Denominator of the calculated framerate

Returns

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

Since : 1.6


GstVideo.prototype.video_guess_framerate

function GstVideo.prototype.video_guess_framerate(duration: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_guess_framerate'
}

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 ( Number ) –

Nominal duration of one frame

Returns a tuple made of:

( Number ) –

true if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and false otherwise.

dest_n ( Number ) –

true if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and false otherwise.

dest_d ( Number ) –

true if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and false otherwise.

Since : 1.6


GstVideo.video_guess_framerate

def GstVideo.video_guess_framerate (duration):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_guess_framerate'

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 ( int ) –

Nominal duration of one frame

Returns a tuple made of:

( bool ) –

True if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and False otherwise.

dest_n ( int ) –

True if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and False otherwise.

dest_d ( int ) –

True if a close "standard" framerate was recognised, and False otherwise.

Since : 1.6


Enumerations

GstVideoOrientationMethod

The different video orientation methods.

Members
GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_IDENTITY (0) –

Identity (no rotation)

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_90R (1) –

Rotate clockwise 90 degrees

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_180 (2) –

Rotate 180 degrees

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_90L (3) –

Rotate counter-clockwise 90 degrees

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_HORIZ (4) –

Flip horizontally

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_VERT (5) –

Flip vertically

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_UL_LR (6) –

Flip across upper left/lower right diagonal

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_UR_LL (7) –

Flip across upper right/lower left diagonal

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_AUTO (8) –

Select flip method based on image-orientation tag

GST_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_CUSTOM (9) –

Current status depends on plugin internal setup


GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod

The different video orientation methods.

Members
GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.IDENTITY (0) –

Identity (no rotation)

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.90R (1) –

Rotate clockwise 90 degrees

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.180 (2) –

Rotate 180 degrees

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.90L (3) –

Rotate counter-clockwise 90 degrees

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.HORIZ (4) –

Flip horizontally

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.VERT (5) –

Flip vertically

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.UL_LR (6) –

Flip across upper left/lower right diagonal

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.UR_LL (7) –

Flip across upper right/lower left diagonal

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.AUTO (8) –

Select flip method based on image-orientation tag

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.CUSTOM (9) –

Current status depends on plugin internal setup


GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod

The different video orientation methods.

Members
GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.IDENTITY (0) –

Identity (no rotation)

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.90R (1) –

Rotate clockwise 90 degrees

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.180 (2) –

Rotate 180 degrees

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.90L (3) –

Rotate counter-clockwise 90 degrees

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.HORIZ (4) –

Flip horizontally

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.VERT (5) –

Flip vertically

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.UL_LR (6) –

Flip across upper left/lower right diagonal

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.UR_LL (7) –

Flip across upper right/lower left diagonal

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.AUTO (8) –

Select flip method based on image-orientation tag

GstVideo.VideoOrientationMethod.CUSTOM (9) –

Current status depends on plugin internal setup


Constants

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.


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_COLORSPACE_STR

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


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_COLORSPACE_STR

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


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.


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_STR

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


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_ORIENTATION_STR

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


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.


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_SIZE_STR

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


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_SIZE_STR

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


GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_STR

#define GST_META_TAG_VIDEO_STR "video"

This metadata is relevant for video streams.


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_STR

This metadata is relevant for video streams.


GstVideo.META_TAG_VIDEO_STR

This metadata is relevant for video streams.


Callbacks

GstVideoConvertSampleCallback

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

Parameters:

sample
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error
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user_data
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GstVideo.VideoConvertSampleCallback

function GstVideo.VideoConvertSampleCallback(sample: Gst.Sample, error: GLib.Error, user_data: Object): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'GstVideoConvertSampleCallback'
}

Parameters:

sample ( Gst.Sample ) –
No description available
error ( GLib.Error ) –
No description available
user_data ( Object ) –
No description available

GstVideo.VideoConvertSampleCallback

def GstVideo.VideoConvertSampleCallback (sample, error, *user_data):
    #python wrapper for 'GstVideoConvertSampleCallback'

Parameters:

sample ( Gst.Sample ) –
No description available
error ( GLib.Error ) –
No description available
user_data ( variadic ) –
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