Commit ff3f95b1 authored by Johan Dahlin's avatar Johan Dahlin Committed by Sebastian Dröge
parent 6ab6dcf9
......@@ -513,12 +513,12 @@ gst_event_new_new_segment (gboolean update, gdouble rate, GstFormat format,
/**
* gst_event_parse_new_segment:
* @event: The event to query
* @update: A pointer to the update flag of the segment
* @rate: A pointer to the rate of the segment
* @format: A pointer to the format of the newsegment values
* @start: A pointer to store the start value in
* @stop: A pointer to store the stop value in
* @position: A pointer to store the stream time in
* @update: (out): A pointer to the update flag of the segment
* @rate: (out): A pointer to the rate of the segment
* @format: (out): A pointer to the format of the newsegment values
* @start: (out): A pointer to store the start value in
* @stop: (out): A pointer to store the stop value in
* @position: (out): A pointer to store the stream time in
*
* Get the update flag, rate, format, start, stop and position in the
* newsegment event. In general, gst_event_parse_new_segment_full() should
......@@ -626,13 +626,13 @@ gst_event_new_new_segment_full (gboolean update, gdouble rate,
/**
* gst_event_parse_new_segment_full:
* @event: The event to query
* @update: A pointer to the update flag of the segment
* @rate: A pointer to the rate of the segment
* @applied_rate: A pointer to the applied_rate of the segment
* @format: A pointer to the format of the newsegment values
* @start: A pointer to store the start value in
* @stop: A pointer to store the stop value in
* @position: A pointer to store the stream time in
* @update: (out): A pointer to the update flag of the segment
* @rate: (out): A pointer to the rate of the segment
* @applied_rate: (out): A pointer to the applied_rate of the segment
* @format: (out): A pointer to the format of the newsegment values
* @start: (out): A pointer to store the start value in
* @stop: (out): A pointer to store the stop value in
* @position: (out): A pointer to store the stream time in
*
* Get the update, rate, applied_rate, format, start, stop and
* position in the newsegment event. See gst_event_new_new_segment_full()
......@@ -700,7 +700,7 @@ gst_event_new_tag (GstTagList * taglist)
/**
* gst_event_parse_tag:
* @event: a tag event
* @taglist: pointer to metadata list
* @taglist: (out): pointer to metadata list
*
* Parses a tag @event and stores the results in the given @taglist location.
*/
......@@ -754,10 +754,10 @@ gst_event_new_buffer_size (GstFormat format, gint64 minsize,
/**
* gst_event_parse_buffer_size:
* @event: The event to query
* @format: A pointer to store the format in
* @minsize: A pointer to store the minsize in
* @maxsize: A pointer to store the maxsize in
* @async: A pointer to store the async-flag in
* @format: (out): A pointer to store the format in
* @minsize: (out): A pointer to store the minsize in
* @maxsize: (out): A pointer to store the maxsize in
* @async: (out): A pointer to store the async-flag in
*
* Get the format, minsize, maxsize and async-flag in the buffersize event.
*/
......@@ -858,9 +858,9 @@ gst_event_new_qos (gdouble proportion, GstClockTimeDiff diff,
/**
* gst_event_parse_qos:
* @event: The event to query
* @proportion: A pointer to store the proportion in
* @diff: A pointer to store the diff in
* @timestamp: A pointer to store the timestamp in
* @proportion: (out): A pointer to store the proportion in
* @diff: (out): A pointer to store the diff in
* @timestamp: (out): A pointer to store the timestamp in
*
* Get the proportion, diff and timestamp in the qos event. See
* gst_event_new_qos() for more information about the different QoS values.
......@@ -974,13 +974,13 @@ gst_event_new_seek (gdouble rate, GstFormat format, GstSeekFlags flags,
/**
* gst_event_parse_seek:
* @event: a seek event
* @rate: result location for the rate
* @format: result location for the stream format
* @flags: result location for the #GstSeekFlags
* @start_type: result location for the #GstSeekType of the start position
* @start: result location for the start postion expressed in @format
* @stop_type: result location for the #GstSeekType of the stop position
* @stop: result location for the stop postion expressed in @format
* @rate: (out): result location for the rate
* @format: (out): result location for the stream format
* @flags: (out): result location for the #GstSeekFlags
* @start_type: (out): result location for the #GstSeekType of the start position
* @start: (out): result location for the start postion expressed in @format
* @stop_type: (out): result location for the #GstSeekType of the stop position
* @stop: (out): result location for the stop postion expressed in @format
*
* Parses a seek @event and stores the results in the given result locations.
*/
......@@ -1076,7 +1076,7 @@ gst_event_new_latency (GstClockTime latency)
/**
* gst_event_parse_latency:
* @event: The event to query
* @latency: A pointer to store the latency in.
* @latency: (out): A pointer to store the latency in.
*
* Get the latency in the latency event.
*
......@@ -1147,11 +1147,11 @@ gst_event_new_step (GstFormat format, guint64 amount, gdouble rate,
/**
* gst_event_parse_step:
* @event: The event to query
* @format: A pointer to store the format in.
* @amount: A pointer to store the amount in.
* @rate: A pointer to store the rate in.
* @flush: A pointer to store the flush boolean in.
* @intermediate: A pointer to store the intermediate boolean in.
* @format: (out): A pointer to store the format in.
* @amount: (out): A pointer to store the amount in.
* @rate: (out): A pointer to store the rate in.
* @flush: (out): A pointer to store the flush boolean in.
* @intermediate: (out): A pointer to store the intermediate boolean in.
*
* Parse the step event.
*
......@@ -1216,7 +1216,7 @@ gst_event_new_sink_message (GstMessage * msg)
/**
* gst_event_parse_sink_message:
* @event: The event to query
* @msg: A pointer to store the #GstMessage in.
* @msg: (out): A pointer to store the #GstMessage in.
*
* Parse the sink-message event. Unref @msg after usage.
*
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