NDI.TIME.TIMEMAPPING - class for managing mapping of time across epochs and devices Describes mapping from one time base to another. The base class, ndi.time.timemapping, provides polynomial mapping, although usually only linear mapping is used. The property MAPPING is a vector of length N+1 that describes the coefficients of a polynomial such that: t_out = mapping(1)*t_in^N + mapping(2)*t_in^(N-1) + ... mapping(N)*t_in + mapping(N+1) Usually, one specifies a linear relationship only, with MAPPING = [scale shift] so that t_out = scale * t_in + shift
|mapping||mapping parameters; in the ndi.time.timemapping base class, this is a polynomial (see help POLYVAL)|
|map||perform a mapping from one time base to another|
map - perform a mapping from one time base to another
T_OUT = MAP(NDI_TIMEMAPPING_OBJ, T_IN) Perform the mapping described by NDI_TIMEMAPPING_OBJ from one time base to another. In the base class ndi.time.timemapping, the mapping is a polynomial.
timemapping - ndi.time.timemapping
NDI_TIMEMAPPING_OBJ = ndi.time.timemapping() or NDI_TIMEMAPPING_OBJ = ndi.time.timemapping(MAPPING) Creates a new ndi.time.timemapping object. In this base class, the ndi.time.timemapping object specifies a polynomial mapping from one time base to another. If the function is called with no input arguments, then the trivial mapping MAPPING = [ 1 0 ] is used; this corresponds to the polynomial t_out = 1*t_in + 0. Typically, the mapping is linear, so that MAPPING = [scale shift]. See also: POLYVAL Documentation for ndi.time.timemapping/timemapping doc ndi.time.timemapping