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FsRtpSession — A RTP session in a FsRtpConference
"no-rtcp-timeout" gint : Read / Write "ssrc" guint : Read / Write "send-bitrate" guint : Read / Write "rtp-header-extension-preferences" FsRtpHeaderExtensionGList* : Read / Write "rtp-header-extensions" FsRtpHeaderExtensionGList* : Read
This object represents one session, it is created by called
fs_conference_new_session() on a FsRtpConference. It can be either
Audio or Video. It also represents data send with one and only one
SSRC (although if there is a SSRC collision, that SSRC may change).
It is possible to define "codec profiles", that is non-autodetected encoding and decoding pipelines for codecs. It is even possible to declare entirely new codecs using this method.
To create a profile for a codec, add it to the codec-preferences with special optional parameters called "farsight-send-profile" and "farsight-recv-profile", these should contain gst-launch style descriptions of the encoding or decoding bin.
As a special case, encoding profiles can have more than one unconnected source pad, all of these pads should produce application/x-rtp of some kind. The profile will be ignored if not ALL pads match currently negotiated codecs.
Also, it is possible to declare profiles with only a decoding pipeline, you will only be able to receive from this codec, the encoding may be a secondary pad of some other codec.
"no-rtcp-timeout" gint : Read / Write
This is the time (in ms) after which data received without RTCP is attached the FsStream, this only works if there is only one FsStream. -1 will wait forever. 0 will not wait for RTCP and attach it immediataly to the FsStream and prohibit the creation of a second FsStream.
Allowed values: >= G_MAXULONG
Default value: 7000
"ssrc" guint : Read / Write
This is the current SSRC used to send data (defaults to a random value).
Default value: 0
"send-bitrate" guint : Read / Write
The bitrate that the session will try to send at in bits/sec.
Default value: 0
"rtp-header-extension-preferences" FsRtpHeaderExtensionGList* : Read / Write
GList of RTP Header extensions that are locally supported and desired by the application.