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<td align=right><p class=tiny>libogg release 1.3.3 - 20171107</p></td>
<p><i>declared in "ogg/ogg.h";</i></p>
<p>This function assembles a data packet for output to the codec
decoding engine. The data has already been submitted to the
<a href="ogg_stream_state.html">ogg_stream_state</a> and broken
into segments. Each successive call returns the next complete packet
built from those segments.</p>
<p>In a typical decoding situation, this should be used after calling
<a href="ogg_stream_pagein.html">ogg_stream_pagein()</a> to submit a
page of data to the bitstream. If the function returns 0, more data is
needed and another page should be submitted. A non-zero return value
indicates successful return of a packet.</p>
<p>The <i>op</i> is filled in with pointers to memory managed by
the stream state and is only valid until the next call. The client
must copy the packet data if a longer lifetime is required.</p>
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int ogg_stream_packetout(ogg_stream_state *os,ogg_packet *op);
<dd>Pointer to a previously declared <a
href="ogg_stream_state.html">ogg_stream_state</a> struct. Before this function is called, an <a href="ogg_page.html">ogg_page</a> should be submitted to the stream using <a href="ogg_stream_pagein.html">ogg_stream_pagein()</a>.</dd>
<dd>Pointer to the packet to be filled in with pointers to the new data.
This will typically be submitted to a codec for decode after this
function is called. The pointers are only valid until the next call
on this stream state.</dd>
<h3>Return Values</h3>
<li>-1 if we are out of sync and there is a gap in the data. This is usually a recoverable error and subsequent calls to ogg_stream_packetout are likely to succeed. <i>op</i> has not been updated.</li>
<li>0 if there is insufficient data available to complete a packet, or on unrecoverable internal error occurred. <i>op</i> has not been updated.
<li>1 if a packet was assembled normally. <i>op</i> contains the next packet from the stream.</li>
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<td><p class=tiny>libogg documentation</p></td>
<td align=right><p class=tiny>libogg release 1.3.3 - 20171107</p></td>