val serialno : t -> nativeint
* Returns the unique serial number for the logical bitstream of this page. * Each page contains the serial number for the logical bitstream that it belongs to.
val eos : t -> bool
* Indicates whether this page is at the end of the logical bitstream.
val bos : t -> bool
* Indicates whether this page is at the begining of the logical bitstream.
val continued : t -> bool
* Indicates whether this page contains packet data which has been * continued from the previous page.
val packets : t -> int
* Returns the number of packets that are completed on this page. * If the leading packet is begun on a previous page, but ends on this page, it's counted. * * If a page consists of a packet begun on a previous page, and a new packet begun * (but not completed) on this page, the return will be: * *
packets page will return
continued paged will return
true * * If a page happens to be a single packet that was begun on a previous page, * and spans to the next page (in the case of a three or more page packet), the return will be: * *
packets page will return 0, *
continued page will return
val version : t -> int
* This function returns the version of ogg_page used in this page. * In current versions of libogg, all ogg_page structs have the same version, * so
0 should always be returned.
* Returns the exact granular position of the packet data contained at the end of this page. * * This is useful for tracking location when seeking or decoding. * * For example, in audio codecs this position is the pcm sample number and * in video this is the frame number.
val pageno : t -> nativeint
* Returns the sequential page number. * * This is useful for ordering pages or determining when pages have been lost.
val set_checksum : t -> unit
* Checksums an ogg_page.