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/* GStreamer
* Copyright (C) <2016> Carlos Rafael Giani <dv at pseudoterminal dot org>
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public
* License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
* version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
* This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* Library General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Library General Public
* License along with this library; if not, write to the
* Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor,
* Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
#ifndef __GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_H__
#define __GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_H__
#include <gst/gst.h>
#include <gst/base/base.h>
#define GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE(obj) \
#define GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CAST(obj) \
((GstRawBaseParse *)(obj))
#define GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CLASS(klass) \
#define GST_IS_RAW_BASE_PARSE(obj) \
#define GST_IS_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CLASS(klass) \
#define GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CONFIG_MUTEX_LOCK(obj) g_mutex_lock(&(((GstRawBaseParse *)(obj))->config_mutex))
#define GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CONFIG_MUTEX_UNLOCK(obj) g_mutex_unlock(&(((GstRawBaseParse *)(obj))->config_mutex))
typedef enum _GstRawBaseParseConfig GstRawBaseParseConfig;
typedef struct _GstRawBaseParse GstRawBaseParse;
typedef struct _GstRawBaseParseClass GstRawBaseParseClass;
* GstRawBaseParseConfig:
* @GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CONFIG_CURRENT: configuration that is currently active
* @GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CONFIG_SINKCAPS: configuration that is defined by the input sink caps
* @GST_RAW_BASE_PARSE_CONFIG_PROPERTIES: configuration that is defined by class properties
* Identifier for the type of parser configuration.
enum _GstRawBaseParseConfig
* GstRawBaseParse:
* The opaque #GstRawBaseParse data structure.
struct _GstRawBaseParse
GstBaseParse parent;
/*< private > */
/* TRUE if the source pad caps have been set already. This is used
* for checking if the source pad caps have to be set. */
gboolean src_caps_set;
/* Mutex which protects access to and modifications on the configs. */
GMutex config_mutex;
* GstRawBaseParseClass:
* @parent_class: The parent class structure
* @set_current_config: Sets the new current configuration. Subclasses must internally
* switch to this new configuration. Return FALSE if this failed,
* TRUE otherwise.
* @get_current_config: Gets the current configuration. All return values except
* @set_config_from_caps: Parses the caps and copies its information to the configuration.
* Returns FALSE if this failed, TRUE otheriwse. Specified caps
* are not unref'd.
* @get_caps_from_config: Creates a new caps structure out of the information from the
* specified configuration. Ownership over the returned caps are
* transferred to the caller. If something fails during the caps
* creation, the vfunc must make sure to destroy any partially
* created caps; the *caps value is always set to NULL in case of
* failure. Returns FALSE in case of failure,
* TRUE in case of success.
* @get_config_frame_size: Gets the size of one frame, in bytes, from the specified
* configuration. This must be the size of the complete frame,
* including any overhead (metadata, headers, padding bytes etc.).
* @get_max_frames_per_buffer: Optional.
* Returns up to how many complete frames one output buffer may
* contain. The value must be nonzero. This is useful for example
* with video parsers which need to ensure that one output buffer
* contains only one video frame, even if the input buffer contains
* several complete frames. If this vfunc is not set, then there
* is no maximum number of frames per buffer - the parser reads
* as many complete frames as possible from the input buffer.
* @is_config_ready: Returns TRUE if the specified configuration is ready, FALSE
* otherwise.
* @process: Optional.
* This is useful to do any last minute processing before the
* data is pushed downstream. One example is channel reordering
* in audio parsers.
* in_data is the complete input buffer, total_num_in_bytes is
* the total amount of bytes this input buffer contains (including
* excess bytes that form an incomplete rame). num_valid_in_bytes
* is the subset of these bytes that are to be pushed downstream.
* If for example the frame size is 4, and total_num_in_bytes is
* 411, then num_valid_in_bytes will be 408, since the last 3
* bytes form an incomplete frame.
* The value of num_valid_in_bytes excludes the overhead bytes
* indicated by @get_overhead_size.
* If the subclass creates a new buffer here, *processed_data
* must be set to the new buffer's pointer. If the subclass does
* not create any new buffer, and just expects the first
* num_valid_in_bytes of the input buffer to be pushed downstream,
* then *processed_data must be set to NULL.
* If this vfunc is not set, then the parser behaves as if this
* vfunc set *processed_data data to NULL.
* @is_unit_format_supported: Returns TRUE if the given format is supported by the
* @get_units_per_second function, FALSE otherwise.
* @get_units_per_second: Returns how many units per second exist for a given format.
* For example, with an audio parser and format DEFAULT, the units
* per second are typically the number of samples per second
* (= the sample rate). For video parsers, this would be the frame
* rate. If BYTES or TIME are used as format, then the result must
* not include any extra overhead (metadata, headers, padding etc.)
* @get_overhead_size: Optional.
* Returns the number of bytes that make up the portion of a frame
* that isn't payload. Examples are padding bytes, headers, and
* other kinds of metadata. If this vfunc isn't defined, then an
* overhead size of 0 bytes is assumed.
* Subclasses are required to override all vfuncs except for @process, which is optional.
* The raw base parser lock is held during all vfunc calls.
struct _GstRawBaseParseClass
GstBaseParseClass parent_class;
gboolean (*set_current_config) (GstRawBaseParse *raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config);
GstRawBaseParseConfig (*get_current_config) (GstRawBaseParse *raw_base_parse);
gboolean (*set_config_from_caps) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config,
GstCaps * caps);
gboolean (*get_caps_from_config) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config,
GstCaps ** caps);
gsize (*get_config_frame_size) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config);
guint (*get_max_frames_per_buffer) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config);
gboolean (*is_config_ready) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config);
gboolean (*process) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config,
GstBuffer * in_data,
gsize total_num_in_bytes,
gsize num_valid_in_bytes,
GstBuffer ** processed_data);
gboolean (*is_unit_format_supported) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstFormat format);
void (*get_units_per_second) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstFormat format,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config,
gsize * units_per_sec_n,
gsize * units_per_sec_d);
gint (*get_overhead_size) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config);
gint (*get_alignment) (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse,
GstRawBaseParseConfig config);
void gst_raw_base_parse_invalidate_src_caps (GstRawBaseParse * raw_base_parse);
GType gst_raw_base_parse_get_type (void);