Commit 8f66518d authored by Diego Biurrun's avatar Diego Biurrun
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draw_horiz_band() is really ff_draw_horiz_band().

Originally committed as revision 17350 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk
parent 058bcd7b
......@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ struct xvmc_pix_fmt {
XvMCSurface* p_surface;
//}@
/** Set by the decoder before calling draw_horiz_band(),
/** Set by the decoder before calling ff_draw_horiz_band(),
needed by the XvMCRenderSurface function. */
//@{
/** Pointer to the surface used as past reference
......@@ -125,20 +125,20 @@ struct xvmc_pix_fmt {
/** Offset in the mv array for the current slice.
Macroblocks described before that offset are assumed to be already passed to the hardware.
- application - zeros it on get_buffer().
A successful draw_horiz_band() may increment it
A successful ff_draw_horiz_band() may increment it
with filled_mb_block_num or zero both.
- libavcodec - unchanged
*/
int start_mv_blocks_num;
/** Number of mv blocks that are filled by libavcodec and have to be passed to the hardware.
- application - zeros it on get_buffer() or after successful draw_horiz_band()
- application - zeros it on get_buffer() or after successful ff_draw_horiz_band()
- libavcodec - increment with one of each stored MB
*/
int filled_mv_blocks_num;
/** Offset to the next free data block. The mv_blocks hold a number pointing to the data blocks.
- application - zeroes it on get_buffer() and after successful draw_horizx_band()
- application - zeroes it on get_buffer() and after successful ff_draw_horiz_band()
- libvcodec - each macroblock increases it with the number of coded blocks in it.
*/
int next_free_data_block_num;
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