Audio playback of multiple WAV files.
|pj_status_t ||pjmedia_wav_playlist_create (pj_pool_t *pool, const pj_str_t *port_label, const pj_str_t file_list, int file_count, unsigned ptime, unsigned options, pj_ssize_t buff_size, pjmedia_port **p_port)|
|pj_status_t ||pjmedia_wav_playlist_set_eof_cb (pjmedia_port *port, void *user_data, pj_status_t(*cb)(pjmedia_port *port, void *usr_data))|
The WAV play list port enables application to play back multiple WAV files in a playlist.
Create a WAV playlist from the array of WAV file names. The WAV files must have the same clock rate, number of channels, and bits per sample, or otherwise this function will return error.
|pool||Pool to create memory buffers for this port. |
|port_label||Optional label to set as the port name. |
|file_list||Array of WAV file names. |
|file_count||Number of files in the array. |
|ptime||The duration (in miliseconds) of each frame read from this port. If the value is zero, the default duration (20ms) will be used. |
|options||Optional options. Application may specify PJMEDIA_FILE_NO_LOOP to prevent play back loop. |
|buff_size||Buffer size to be allocated. If the value is zero or negative, the port will use default buffer size (which is about 4KB). |
|p_port||Pointer to receive the file port instance.|
- PJ_SUCCESS on success, or the appropriate error code.
Register a callback to be called when the file reading has reached the end of file of the last file. If the file is set to play repeatedly, then the callback will be called multiple times. Note that only one callback can be registered for each file port.
|port||The WAV play list port. |
|user_data||User data to be specified in the callback |
|cb||Callback to be called. If the callback returns non- PJ_SUCCESS, the playback will stop. Note that if application destroys the file port in the callback, it must return non-PJ_SUCCESS here.|
- PJ_SUCCESS on success.