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Public ivtv API header
Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Kevin Thayer <nufan_wfk at>
Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Hans Verkuil <>
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#ifndef _LINUX_IVTV_H
#define _LINUX_IVTV_H
/* ivtv knows several distinct output modes: MPEG streaming,
YUV streaming, YUV updates through user DMA and the passthrough
In order to clearly tell the driver that we are in user DMA
YUV mode you need to call IVTV_IOC_DMA_FRAME with y_source == NULL
first (althrough if you don't then the first time
DMA_FRAME is called the mode switch is done automatically).
When you close the file handle the user DMA mode is exited again.
While in one mode, you cannot use another mode (EBUSY is returned).
All this means that if you want to change the YUV interlacing
for the user DMA YUV mode you first need to do call IVTV_IOC_DMA_FRAME
with y_source == NULL before you can set the correct format using
Eventually all this should be replaced with a proper V4L2 API,
but for now we have to do it this way. */
struct ivtv_dma_frame {
enum v4l2_buf_type type; /* V4L2_BUF_TYPE_VIDEO_OUTPUT */
__u32 pixelformat; /* 0 == same as destination */
void __user *y_source; /* if NULL and type == V4L2_BUF_TYPE_VIDEO_OUTPUT,
then just switch to user DMA YUV output mode */
void __user *uv_source; /* Unused for RGB pixelformats */
struct v4l2_rect src;
struct v4l2_rect dst;
__u32 src_width;
__u32 src_height;
#define IVTV_IOC_DMA_FRAME _IOW ('V', BASE_VIDIOC_PRIVATE+0, struct ivtv_dma_frame)
/* These are the VBI types as they appear in the embedded VBI private packets. */
#define IVTV_SLICED_TYPE_WSS_625 (5)
#endif /* _LINUX_IVTV_H */