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openshot::Point Class Reference

A Point is the basic building block of a key-frame curve. More...

#include <Point.h>

Public Member Functions

void Initialize_Handles ()
 
void Initialize_LeftHandle (float x, float y)
 Set the left handle to a percent of the primary coordinate (0 to 1) More...
 
void Initialize_RightHandle (float x, float y)
 Set the right handle to a percent of the primary coordinate (0 to 1) More...
 
std::string Json () const
 Get and Set JSON methods. More...
 
Json::Value JsonValue () const
 Generate Json::Value for this object. More...
 
 Point ()
 Default constructor (defaults to 1,0) More...
 
 Point (float y)
 Constructor which creates a single coordinate at X=1. More...
 
 Point (float x, float y)
 Constructor which also creates a Point and sets the X and Y of the Point. More...
 
 Point (float x, float y, InterpolationType interpolation)
 Constructor which also creates a Point and sets the X,Y, and interpolation of the Point. More...
 
 Point (Coordinate co)
 Constructor which takes a coordinate. More...
 
 Point (Coordinate co, InterpolationType interpolation)
 Constructor which takes a coordinate and interpolation mode. More...
 
 Point (Coordinate co, InterpolationType interpolation, HandleType handle_type)
 Constructor which takes a coordinate, interpolation mode, and handle type. More...
 
void SetJson (const std::string value)
 Load JSON string into this object. More...
 
void SetJsonValue (const Json::Value root)
 Load Json::Value into this object. More...
 

Public Attributes

Coordinate co
 This is the primary coordinate. More...
 
Coordinate handle_left
 This is the left handle coordinate (in percentages from 0 to 1) More...
 
Coordinate handle_right
 This is the right handle coordinate (in percentages from 0 to 1) More...
 
HandleType handle_type
 This is the handle mode. More...
 
InterpolationType interpolation
 This is the interpolation mode. More...
 

Detailed Description

A Point is the basic building block of a key-frame curve.

Points have a primary coordinate and a left and right handle coordinate. The handles are used to influence the direction of the curve as it moves between the primary coordinate and the next primary coordinate when the interpolation mode is BEZIER. When using LINEAR or CONSTANT, the handles are ignored.

Please see the following Example Code:

Coordinate c1(3,9);
Point p1(c1, BEZIER);
assert(c1.X == 3);
assert(c1.Y == 9);

Definition at line 82 of file Point.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ Point() [1/7]

Point::Point ( )

Default constructor (defaults to 1,0)

Definition at line 37 of file Point.cpp.

◆ Point() [2/7]

Point::Point ( float  y)

Constructor which creates a single coordinate at X=1.

Definition at line 47 of file Point.cpp.

◆ Point() [3/7]

Point::Point ( float  x,
float  y 
)

Constructor which also creates a Point and sets the X and Y of the Point.

Definition at line 56 of file Point.cpp.

◆ Point() [4/7]

Point::Point ( float  x,
float  y,
InterpolationType  interpolation 
)

Constructor which also creates a Point and sets the X,Y, and interpolation of the Point.

Definition at line 66 of file Point.cpp.

◆ Point() [5/7]

Point::Point ( Coordinate  co)

Constructor which takes a coordinate.

Definition at line 75 of file Point.cpp.

◆ Point() [6/7]

Point::Point ( Coordinate  co,
InterpolationType  interpolation 
)

Constructor which takes a coordinate and interpolation mode.

Definition at line 81 of file Point.cpp.

◆ Point() [7/7]

Point::Point ( Coordinate  co,
InterpolationType  interpolation,
HandleType  handle_type 
)

Constructor which takes a coordinate, interpolation mode, and handle type.

Definition at line 87 of file Point.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ Initialize_Handles()

void Point::Initialize_Handles ( )

Set the left and right handles to a percent of the primary coordinate (0 to 1) Defaults to a smooth curve (Ease in and out)

Definition at line 93 of file Point.cpp.

Referenced by Point().

◆ Initialize_LeftHandle()

void Point::Initialize_LeftHandle ( float  x,
float  y 
)

Set the left handle to a percent of the primary coordinate (0 to 1)

Definition at line 100 of file Point.cpp.

Referenced by Initialize_Handles().

◆ Initialize_RightHandle()

void Point::Initialize_RightHandle ( float  x,
float  y 
)

Set the right handle to a percent of the primary coordinate (0 to 1)

Definition at line 105 of file Point.cpp.

Referenced by Initialize_Handles().

◆ Json()

std::string Point::Json ( ) const

Get and Set JSON methods.

Generate JSON string of this object

Definition at line 111 of file Point.cpp.

◆ JsonValue()

Json::Value Point::JsonValue ( ) const

Generate Json::Value for this object.

Definition at line 118 of file Point.cpp.

Referenced by Json().

◆ SetJson()

void Point::SetJson ( const std::string  value)

Load JSON string into this object.

Definition at line 135 of file Point.cpp.

◆ SetJsonValue()

void Point::SetJsonValue ( const Json::Value  root)

Load Json::Value into this object.

Definition at line 152 of file Point.cpp.

Referenced by SetJson(), and openshot::Keyframe::SetJsonValue().

Member Data Documentation

◆ co

Coordinate openshot::Point::co

◆ handle_left

Coordinate openshot::Point::handle_left

This is the left handle coordinate (in percentages from 0 to 1)

Definition at line 85 of file Point.h.

Referenced by Initialize_LeftHandle(), JsonValue(), and SetJsonValue().

◆ handle_right

Coordinate openshot::Point::handle_right

This is the right handle coordinate (in percentages from 0 to 1)

Definition at line 86 of file Point.h.

Referenced by Initialize_RightHandle(), JsonValue(), and SetJsonValue().

◆ handle_type

HandleType openshot::Point::handle_type

This is the handle mode.

Definition at line 88 of file Point.h.

Referenced by JsonValue(), and SetJsonValue().

◆ interpolation

InterpolationType openshot::Point::interpolation

This is the interpolation mode.

Definition at line 87 of file Point.h.

Referenced by openshot::ClipBase::add_property_json(), JsonValue(), and SetJsonValue().


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