QAbstractAudioInput Class

The QAbstractAudioInput class provides access for QAudioInput to access the audio device provided by the plugin. More...

Header: #include <QAbstractAudioInput>
qmake: QT += multimedia
Inherits: QObject

Public Functions

virtual int bufferSize() const = 0
virtual int bytesReady() const = 0
virtual qint64 elapsedUSecs() const = 0
virtual QAudio::Error error() const = 0
virtual QAudioFormat format() const = 0
virtual int notifyInterval() const = 0
virtual int periodSize() const = 0
virtual qint64 processedUSecs() const = 0
virtual void reset() = 0
virtual void resume() = 0
virtual void setBufferSize(int value) = 0
virtual void setFormat(const QAudioFormat &fmt) = 0
virtual void setNotifyInterval(int ms) = 0
virtual void start(QIODevice *device) = 0
virtual QIODevice *start() = 0
virtual QAudio::State state() const = 0
virtual void stop() = 0
virtual void suspend() = 0


void errorChanged(QAudio::Error error)
void notify()
void stateChanged(QAudio::State state)

Detailed Description

QAudioDeviceInput keeps an instance of QAbstractAudioInput and routes calls to functions of the same name to QAbstractAudioInput. This means that it is QAbstractAudioInput that implements the audio functionality. For a description of the functionality, see the QAudioInput class description.

See also QAudioInput.

Member Function Documentation

[signal] void QAbstractAudioInput::errorChanged(QAudio::Error error)

This signal is emitted when the error state has changed.

[signal] void QAbstractAudioInput::notify()

This signal is emitted when x ms of audio data has been processed the interval set by setNotifyInterval(x).

[signal] void QAbstractAudioInput::stateChanged(QAudio::State state)

This signal is emitted when the device state has changed.

[pure virtual] int QAbstractAudioInput::bufferSize() const

Returns the audio buffer size in milliseconds.

See also setBufferSize().

[pure virtual] int QAbstractAudioInput::bytesReady() const

Returns the amount of audio data available to read in bytes.

[pure virtual] qint64 QAbstractAudioInput::elapsedUSecs() const

Returns the milliseconds since start() was called, including time in Idle and suspend states.

[pure virtual] QAudio::Error QAbstractAudioInput::error() const

Returns the error state.

[pure virtual] QAudioFormat QAbstractAudioInput::format() const

Returns the QAudioFormat being used

See also setFormat().

[pure virtual] int QAbstractAudioInput::notifyInterval() const

Returns the notify interval in milliseconds.

See also setNotifyInterval().

[pure virtual] int QAbstractAudioInput::periodSize() const

Returns the period size in bytes.

[pure virtual] qint64 QAbstractAudioInput::processedUSecs() const

Returns the amount of audio data processed since start() was called in milliseconds.

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::reset()

Drops all audio data in the buffers, resets buffers to zero.

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::resume()

Resumes processing audio data after a suspend().

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::setBufferSize(int value)

Sets the audio buffer size to value in milliseconds.

See also bufferSize().

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::setFormat(const QAudioFormat &fmt)

Set the QAudioFormat to use to fmt. Setting the format is only allowable while in QAudio::StoppedState.

See also format().

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::setNotifyInterval(int ms)

Sets the interval for notify() signal to be emitted. This is based on the ms of audio data processed not on actual real-time. The resolution of the timer is platform specific.

See also notifyInterval().

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::start(QIODevice *device)

Uses the device as the QIODevice to transfer data.

[pure virtual] QIODevice *QAbstractAudioInput::start()

Returns a pointer to the QIODevice being used to handle the data transfer. This QIODevice can be used to read() audio data directly.

[pure virtual] QAudio::State QAbstractAudioInput::state() const

Returns the state of audio processing.

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::stop()

Stops the audio input.

[pure virtual] void QAbstractAudioInput::suspend()

Stops processing audio data, preserving buffered audio data.

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