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AVPQueue

NAME

AVPQueue -

This class, an RTP/RTCP queue, adds audio/video profile (AVP) specific methods to the generic RTCP service queue (QueueRTCPManager).

SYNOPSIS


#include <cqueue.h>

Inherits QueueRTCPManager.

Public Member Functions


void setControlBandwidth (float fraction)
Specify the bandwith available for control (RTCP) packets.
float getControlBandwidth () const

Protected Member Functions


AVPQueue (uint32 size=RTPDataQueue::defaultMembersHashSize, RTPApplication &app=defaultApplication())

AVPQueue (uint32 ssrc, uint32 size=RTPDataQueue::defaultMembersHashSize, RTPApplication &app=defaultApplication())
Local SSRC is given instead of computed by the queue.
virtual ~AVPQueue ()

Additional Inherited Members

Detailed Description

This class, an RTP/RTCP queue, adds audio/video profile (AVP) specific methods to the generic RTCP service queue (QueueRTCPManager).

Author:

Federico Montesino Pouzols fedemp@altern.org

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

AVPQueue::AVPQueue (uint32size = RTPDataQueue::defaultMembersHashSize, RTPApplication &app = defaultApplication()) [inline], [protected]

AVPQueue::AVPQueue (uint32ssrc, uint32size = RTPDataQueue::defaultMembersHashSize, RTPApplication &app = defaultApplication()) [inline], [protected]

Local SSRC is given instead of computed by the queue.

virtual AVPQueue::~AVPQueue () [inline], [protected], [virtual]

Member Function Documentation

float AVPQueue::getControlBandwidth () const [inline]

void AVPQueue::setControlBandwidth (floatfraction) [inline]

Specify the bandwith available for control (RTCP) packets. This method sets the global control bandwidth for both sender and receiver reports. As recommended in RFC 1890, 1/4 of the total control bandwidth is dedicated to senders, whereas 3/4 are dedicated to receivers.

Parameters:

fraction fraction of the session bandwidth, between 0 and 1

Note:

If this method is not called, it is assumed that the control bandwidth is equal to 5% of the session bandwidth. Note also that the RFC RECOMMENDS the 5%.

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