GstVideoTimeCode

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

config (GstVideoTimeCodeConfig) –

the corresponding GstVideoTimeCodeConfig

hours (guint) –

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCode

minutes (guint) –

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCode

seconds (guint) –

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCode

frames (guint) –

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCode

field_count (guint) –

Interlaced video field count


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

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

hours (Number) –

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

minutes (Number) –

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

seconds (Number) –

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

frames (Number) –

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

field_count (Number) –

Interlaced video field count


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

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

hours (int) –

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

minutes (int) –

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

seconds (int) –

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

frames (int) –

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

field_count (int) –

Interlaced video field count


Constructors

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

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new(fps_n: Number, fps_d: Number, latest_daily_jam: GLib.DateTime, flags: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags, hours: Number, minutes: Number, seconds: Number, frames: Number, field_count: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new'
}

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

Parameters:

fps_n (Number)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number)

Denominator of the frame rate

latest_daily_jam (GLib.DateTime)

The latest daily jam of the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

hours (Number)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

minutes (Number)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

seconds (Number)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

frames (Number)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

field_count (Number)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode 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 GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.is_valid.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new (fps_n, fps_d, latest_daily_jam, flags, hours, minutes, seconds, frames, field_count):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new'

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

Parameters:

fps_n (int)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int)

Denominator of the frame rate

latest_daily_jam (GLib.DateTime)

The latest daily jam of the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

hours (int)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

minutes (int)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

seconds (int)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

frames (int)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

field_count (int)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode 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 GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.is_valid.

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_new_empty

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_new_empty ()
Returns

a new empty, invalid GstVideoTimeCode

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_empty

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_empty(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_empty'
}
Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new empty, invalid GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_empty

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_empty ():
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_empty'
Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new empty, invalid GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

Since : 1.10


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.

This might return a completely invalid timecode, use gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time_full to ensure that you would get NULL instead in that case.

Parameters:

fps_n

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d

Denominator of the frame rate

dt

GDateTime to convert

field_count

Interlaced video field count

Returns

the GstVideoTimeCode representation of dt.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_date_time

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_date_time(fps_n: Number, fps_d: Number, dt: GLib.DateTime, flags: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags, field_count: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time'
}

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

This might return a completely invalid timecode, use GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_date_time_full to ensure that you would get null instead in that case.

Parameters:

fps_n (Number)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (Number)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode representation of dt.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_date_time

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_date_time (fps_n, fps_d, dt, flags, field_count):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time'

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

This might return a completely invalid timecode, use GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_date_time_full to ensure that you would get None instead in that case.

Parameters:

fps_n (int)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (int)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode representation of dt.

Since : 1.12


gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time_full

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time_full (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

field_count

Interlaced video field count

Returns ( [nullable])

the GstVideoTimeCode representation of dt, or NULL if no valid timecode could be created.

Since : 1.16


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_date_time_full

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_date_time_full(fps_n: Number, fps_d: Number, dt: GLib.DateTime, flags: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags, field_count: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time_full'
}

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

Parameters:

fps_n (Number)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (Number)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode representation of dt, or null if no valid timecode could be created.

Since : 1.16


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_date_time_full

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_date_time_full (fps_n, fps_d, dt, flags, field_count):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_from_date_time_full'

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

Parameters:

fps_n (int)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (int)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode representation of dt, or None if no valid timecode could be created.

Since : 1.16


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 ( [nullable])

a new GstVideoTimeCode from the given string or NULL if the string could not be passed.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_string

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.new_from_string(tc_str: String): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_from_string'
}

Parameters:

tc_str (String)

The string that represents the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode from the given string or null if the string could not be passed.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_string

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.new_from_string (tc_str):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_new_from_string'

Parameters:

tc_str (str)

The string that represents the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode from the given string or None if the string could not be passed.

Since : 1.12


Methods

gst_video_time_code_add_frames

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.add_frames

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.add_frames(frames: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_add_frames'
}

Adds or subtracts frames amount of frames to tc. tc needs to contain valid data, as verified by GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.is_valid.

Parameters:

frames (Number)

How many frames to add or subtract

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.add_frames

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.add_frames (self, frames):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_add_frames'

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

Parameters:

frames (int)

How many frames to add or subtract

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 ( [nullable])

A new GstVideoTimeCode with tc_inter added or NULL if the interval can't be added.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.add_interval

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.add_interval(tc_inter: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_add_interval'
}

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:

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

The GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval 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 (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

A new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode with tc_inter added or null if the interval can't be added.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.add_interval

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.add_interval (self, tc_inter):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_add_interval'

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:

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

The GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval 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 (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

A new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode with tc_inter added or None if the interval can't be added.

Since : 1.12


gst_video_time_code_clear

gst_video_time_code_clear (GstVideoTimeCode * tc)

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values and frees any memory it might currently use.

Parameters:

tc

a GstVideoTimeCode

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.clear

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.clear(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_clear'
}

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values and frees any memory it might currently use.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.clear

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.clear (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_clear'

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values and frees any memory it might currently use.

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 valid GstVideoTimeCode

tc2

another valid GstVideoTimeCode

Returns

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

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.compare

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.compare(tc2: GstVideo.VideoTimeCode): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_compare'
}

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:

Returns (Number)

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

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.compare

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.compare (self, tc2):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_compare'

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:

Returns (int)

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

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_copy

GstVideoTimeCode *
gst_video_time_code_copy (const GstVideoTimeCode * tc)

Parameters:

tc

a GstVideoTimeCode

Returns

a new GstVideoTimeCode with the same values as tc.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.copy

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.copy(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_copy'
}
Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode with the same values as tc.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.copy

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.copy (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_copy'
Returns (GstVideo.VideoTimeCode)

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCode with the same values as tc.

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.frames_since_daily_jam

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.frames_since_daily_jam(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_frames_since_daily_jam'
}

Parameters:

Returns (Number)

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

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.frames_since_daily_jam

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.frames_since_daily_jam (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_frames_since_daily_jam'

Parameters:

Returns (int)

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

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_free

gst_video_time_code_free (GstVideoTimeCode * tc)

Frees tc.

Parameters:

tc

a GstVideoTimeCode

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.free

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.free(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_free'
}

Frees tc.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.free

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.free (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_free'

Frees tc.

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_increment_frame

gst_video_time_code_increment_frame (GstVideoTimeCode * tc)

Adds one frame to tc.

Parameters:

tc

a valid GstVideoTimeCode

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.increment_frame

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.increment_frame(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_increment_frame'
}

Adds one frame to tc.

Parameters:

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.increment_frame

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.increment_frame (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_increment_frame'

Adds one frame to tc.

Parameters:

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_init

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 ( [allow-none])

The latest daily jam of the GstVideoTimeCode

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init(fps_n: Number, fps_d: Number, latest_daily_jam: GLib.DateTime, flags: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags, hours: Number, minutes: Number, seconds: Number, frames: Number, field_count: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_init'
}

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 GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.is_valid.

Parameters:

fps_n (Number)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number)

Denominator of the frame rate

latest_daily_jam (GLib.DateTime)

The latest daily jam of the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

hours (Number)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

minutes (Number)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

seconds (Number)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

frames (Number)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

field_count (Number)

Interlaced video field count

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init (self, fps_n, fps_d, latest_daily_jam, flags, hours, minutes, seconds, frames, field_count):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_init'

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 GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.is_valid.

Parameters:

fps_n (int)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int)

Denominator of the frame rate

latest_daily_jam (GLib.DateTime)

The latest daily jam of the GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

hours (int)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

minutes (int)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

seconds (int)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

frames (int)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCode

field_count (int)

Interlaced video field count

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time

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.

Will assert on invalid parameters, use gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time_full for being able to handle invalid parameters.

Parameters:

tc

an uninitialized GstVideoTimeCode

fps_n

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d

Denominator of the frame rate

dt

GDateTime to convert

field_count

Interlaced video field count

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init_from_date_time

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init_from_date_time(fps_n: Number, fps_d: Number, dt: GLib.DateTime, flags: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags, field_count: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time'
}

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

Will assert on invalid parameters, use GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init_from_date_time_full for being able to handle invalid parameters.

Parameters:

fps_n (Number)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (Number)

Interlaced video field count

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init_from_date_time

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init_from_date_time (self, fps_n, fps_d, dt, flags, field_count):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time'

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

Will assert on invalid parameters, use GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init_from_date_time_full for being able to handle invalid parameters.

Parameters:

fps_n (int)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (int)

Interlaced video field count

Since : 1.12


gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time_full

gboolean
gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time_full (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

field_count

Interlaced video field count

Returns

TRUE if tc could be correctly initialized to a valid timecode

Since : 1.16


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init_from_date_time_full

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.init_from_date_time_full(fps_n: Number, fps_d: Number, dt: GLib.DateTime, flags: GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags, field_count: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time_full'
}

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

Parameters:

fps_n (Number)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (Number)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (Number)

true if tc could be correctly initialized to a valid timecode

Since : 1.16


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init_from_date_time_full

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.init_from_date_time_full (self, fps_n, fps_d, dt, flags, field_count):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_init_from_date_time_full'

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

Parameters:

fps_n (int)

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int)

Denominator of the frame rate

dt (GLib.DateTime)

GLib.DateTime to convert

field_count (int)

Interlaced video field count

Returns (bool)

True if tc could be correctly initialized to a valid timecode

Since : 1.16


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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.is_valid

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.is_valid(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_is_valid'
}

Parameters:

Returns (Number)

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

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.is_valid

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.is_valid (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_is_valid'

Parameters:

Returns (bool)

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

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.nsec_since_daily_jam

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.nsec_since_daily_jam(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_nsec_since_daily_jam'
}

Parameters:

Returns (Number)

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

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.nsec_since_daily_jam

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.nsec_since_daily_jam (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_nsec_since_daily_jam'

Parameters:

Returns (int)

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 ( [nullable])

the GDateTime representation of tc or NULL if tc has no daily jam.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.to_date_time

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.to_date_time(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_to_date_time'
}

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

Parameters:

A valid GstVideo.VideoTimeCode to convert

Returns (GLib.DateTime)

the GLib.DateTime representation of tc or null if tc has no daily jam.

Since : 1.10


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.to_date_time

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.to_date_time (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_to_date_time'

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

Parameters:

A valid GstVideo.VideoTimeCode to convert

Returns (GLib.DateTime)

the GLib.DateTime representation of tc or None if tc has no daily jam.

Since : 1.10


gst_video_time_code_to_string

gchar *
gst_video_time_code_to_string (const GstVideoTimeCode * tc)

Parameters:

tc

A 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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.to_string

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.prototype.to_string(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_to_string'
}

Parameters:

Returns (String)

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.to_string

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCode.to_string (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_to_string'

Parameters:

Returns (str)

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


GstVideoTimeCodeConfig

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

fps_n (guint) –

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (guint) –

Denominator of the frame rate

flags (GstVideoTimeCodeFlags) –

the corresponding GstVideoTimeCodeFlags

latest_daily_jam (GDateTime *) –

The latest daily jam information, if present, or NULL


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeConfig

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

fps_n (Number) –

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (Number) –

Denominator of the frame rate

latest_daily_jam (GLib.DateTime) –

The latest daily jam information, if present, or NULL


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeConfig

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

fps_n (int) –

Numerator of the frame rate

fps_d (int) –

Denominator of the frame rate

latest_daily_jam (GLib.DateTime) –

The latest daily jam information, if present, or NULL


GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

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

Members

hours (guint) –

the hours field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (guint) –

the minutes field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (guint) –

the seconds field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (guint) –

the frames field of GstVideoTimeCodeInterval


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

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

Members

hours (Number) –

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (Number) –

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (Number) –

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (Number) –

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

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

Members

hours (int) –

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (int) –

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (int) –

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (int) –

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval


Constructors

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.new

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.new(hours: Number, minutes: Number, seconds: Number, frames: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_new'
}

Parameters:

hours (Number)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (Number)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (Number)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (Number)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval with the given values.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.new

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.new (hours, minutes, seconds, frames):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_new'

Parameters:

hours (int)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (int)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (int)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (int)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval 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 ( [nullable])

a new GstVideoTimeCodeInterval from the given string or NULL if the string could not be passed.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.new_from_string

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.new_from_string(tc_inter_str: String): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_new_from_string'
}

tc_inter_str must only have ":" as separators.

Parameters:

tc_inter_str (String)

The string that represents the GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval from the given string or null if the string could not be passed.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.new_from_string

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.new_from_string (tc_inter_str):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_new_from_string'

tc_inter_str must only have ":" as separators.

Parameters:

tc_inter_str (str)

The string that represents the GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval from the given string or None if the string could not be passed.

Since : 1.12


Methods

gst_video_time_code_interval_clear

gst_video_time_code_interval_clear (GstVideoTimeCodeInterval * tc)

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values.

Parameters:

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.clear

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.clear(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_clear'
}

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.clear

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.clear (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_clear'

Initializes tc with empty/zero/NULL values.

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


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.copy

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.copy(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_copy'
}

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval with the same values as tc.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.copy

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.copy (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_copy'

a new GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval with the same values as tc.

Since : 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_free

gst_video_time_code_interval_free (GstVideoTimeCodeInterval * tc)

Frees tc.

Parameters:

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.free

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.free(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_free'
}

Frees tc.

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.free

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.free (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_free'

Frees tc.

Since : 1.12


gst_video_time_code_interval_init

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

Initializes tc with the given values.

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

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.init

function GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.prototype.init(hours: Number, minutes: Number, seconds: Number, frames: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_init'
}

Initializes tc with the given values.

Parameters:

hours (Number)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (Number)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (Number)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (Number)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

Since : 1.12


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.init

def GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval.init (self, hours, minutes, seconds, frames):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_video_time_code_interval_init'

Initializes tc with the given values.

Parameters:

hours (int)

the hours field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

minutes (int)

the minutes field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

seconds (int)

the seconds field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

frames (int)

the frames field of GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeInterval

Since : 1.12


Enumerations

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 (0) –

No flags

GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_FLAGS_DROP_FRAME (1) –

Whether we have drop frame rate

GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_FLAGS_INTERLACED (2) –

Whether we have interlaced video


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags

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

Members
GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags.NONE (0) –

No flags

GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags.DROP_FRAME (1) –

Whether we have drop frame rate

GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags.INTERLACED (2) –

Whether we have interlaced video


GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags

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

Members
GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags.NONE (0) –

No flags

GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags.DROP_FRAME (1) –

Whether we have drop frame rate

GstVideo.VideoTimeCodeFlags.INTERLACED (2) –

Whether we have interlaced video


Constants

GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_INIT

#define GST_VIDEO_TIME_CODE_INIT { {0, 0, 0, NULL}, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 }

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