MirBSD manpage: XvStopVideo(3)

XvStopVideo(3X)     UNIX Programmer's Manual      XvStopVideo(3X)


     XvStopVideo - stop active video


     #include <X11/extensions/Xvlib.h>

     XvStopVideo(dpy, port, draw)

     Display *dpy;
     XvPortID port;
     Drawable draw;


     dpy            Specifies the display screen on which the Xv
                    Server is to accept requests from Xv clients.
                    If the display option is not specified, Xv
                    uses the display screen specified by your
                    DISPLAY environment variable.  The display
                    option has the format hostname:number.  Using
                    two colons (::) instead of one (:) indicates
                    that DECnet is to be used for transport.

     port           Specifies the port for which video is to be

     draw           Specifies the drawable associated with the
                    named port.


     XvStopVideo(3X) stops active video for the specified port
     and drawable.  If the port is not processing video, or if it
     is processing video in a different drawable, the request is
     ignored.  When video is stopped a XvVideoNotify(3X) event
     with detail XvStopped is generated for the associated draw-

Returned Values

             Returned if XvStopVideo(3X) completed successfully.

             Returned if the Xv extension is unavailable.

             Returned if XvStopVideo(3X) failed to allocate
             memory to process the request.


             Generated if the requested port does not exist.


XFree86                   Version 4.5.0                         1

XvStopVideo(3X)     UNIX Programmer's Manual      XvStopVideo(3X)

             Generated if the requested drawable does not exist.

See Also

     XvGetVideo(3X), XvPutVideo(3X), XvVideoNotifyEvent(3X)

XFree86                   Version 4.5.0                         2

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