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* This file is part of FFmpeg.
* FFmpeg is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
* version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
* FFmpeg is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* Lesser General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License along with FFmpeg; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
* @file
* common internal api header.
#include <stdint.h>
#include "libavutil/buffer.h"
#include "libavutil/channel_layout.h"
#include "libavutil/fifo.h"
#include "libavutil/mathematics.h"
#include "libavutil/pixfmt.h"
#include "avcodec.h"
#include "config.h"
* The codec does not modify any global variables in the init function,
* allowing to call the init function without locking any global mutexes.
* The codec allows calling the close function for deallocation even if
* the init function returned a failure. Without this capability flag, a
* codec does such cleanup internally when returning failures from the
* init function and does not expect the close function to be called at
* all.
#define FF_CODEC_CAP_INIT_CLEANUP (1 << 1)
* Decoders marked with FF_CODEC_CAP_SETS_PKT_DTS want to set
* AVFrame.pkt_dts manually. If the flag is set, decode.c won't overwrite
* this field. If it's unset, decode.c tries to guess the pkt_dts field
* from the input AVPacket.
#define FF_CODEC_CAP_SETS_PKT_DTS (1 << 2)
* The decoder extracts and fills its parameters even if the frame is
* skipped due to the skip_frame setting.
* The decoder sets the cropping fields in the output frames manually.
* If this cap is set, the generic code will initialize output frame
* dimensions to coded rather than display values.
* Codec initializes slice-based threading with a main function
* The codec supports frame threading and has inter-frame dependencies, so it
* uses ff_thread_report/await_progress().
* AVCodec.codec_tags termination value
#define FF_CODEC_TAGS_END -1
#ifdef TRACE
# define ff_tlog(ctx, ...) av_log(ctx, AV_LOG_TRACE, __VA_ARGS__)
# define ff_tlog(ctx, ...) do { } while(0)
#define FF_DEFAULT_QUANT_BIAS 999999
#define FF_QSCALE_TYPE_H264 2
#define FF_QSCALE_TYPE_VP56 3
#define FF_SIGNBIT(x) ((x) >> CHAR_BIT * sizeof(x) - 1)
# define STRIDE_ALIGN 64 /* AVX-512 */
# define STRIDE_ALIGN 32
# define STRIDE_ALIGN 16
# define STRIDE_ALIGN 8
typedef struct DecodeSimpleContext {
AVPacket *in_pkt;
} DecodeSimpleContext;
typedef struct EncodeSimpleContext {
AVFrame *in_frame;
} EncodeSimpleContext;
typedef struct AVCodecInternal {
* Whether the parent AVCodecContext is a copy of the context which had
* init() called on it.
* This is used by multithreading - shared tables and picture pointers
* should be freed from the original context only.
int is_copy;
* An audio frame with less than required samples has been submitted and
* padded with silence. Reject all subsequent frames.
int last_audio_frame;
AVFrame *to_free;
AVBufferRef *pool;
void *thread_ctx;
DecodeSimpleContext ds;
AVBSFContext *bsf;
* Properties (timestamps+side data) extracted from the last packet passed
* for decoding.
AVPacket *last_pkt_props;
AVFifoBuffer *pkt_props;
* temporary buffer used for encoders to store their bitstream
uint8_t *byte_buffer;
unsigned int byte_buffer_size;
void *frame_thread_encoder;
EncodeSimpleContext es;
* Number of audio samples to skip at the start of the next decoded frame
int skip_samples;
* hwaccel-specific private data
void *hwaccel_priv_data;
* checks API usage: after codec draining, flush is required to resume operation
int draining;
* buffers for using new encode/decode API through legacy API
AVPacket *buffer_pkt;
AVFrame *buffer_frame;
int draining_done;
int compat_decode_warned;
/* this variable is set by the decoder internals to signal to the old
* API compat wrappers the amount of data consumed from the last packet */
size_t compat_decode_consumed;
/* when a partial packet has been consumed, this stores the remaining size
* of the packet (that should be submitted in the next decode call */
size_t compat_decode_partial_size;
AVFrame *compat_decode_frame;
AVPacket *compat_encode_packet;
int showed_multi_packet_warning;
int skip_samples_multiplier;
/* to prevent infinite loop on errors when draining */
int nb_draining_errors;
/* used when avctx flag AV_CODEC_FLAG_DROPCHANGED is set */
int changed_frames_dropped;
int initial_format;
int initial_width, initial_height;
int initial_sample_rate;
int initial_channels;
uint64_t initial_channel_layout;
} AVCodecInternal;
struct AVCodecDefault {
const uint8_t *key;
const uint8_t *value;
extern const uint8_t ff_log2_run[41];
* Return the index into tab at which {a,b} match elements {[0],[1]} of tab.
* If there is no such matching pair then size is returned.
int ff_match_2uint16(const uint16_t (*tab)[2], int size, int a, int b);
unsigned int avpriv_toupper4(unsigned int x);
void ff_color_frame(AVFrame *frame, const int color[4]);
* Maximum size in bytes of extradata.
* This value was chosen such that every bit of the buffer is
* addressable by a 32-bit signed integer as used by get_bits.
* Check AVPacket size and/or allocate data.
* Encoders supporting AVCodec.encode2() can use this as a convenience to
* ensure the output packet data is large enough, whether provided by the user
* or allocated in this function.
* @param avctx the AVCodecContext of the encoder
* @param avpkt the AVPacket
* If avpkt->data is already set, avpkt->size is checked
* to ensure it is large enough.
* If avpkt->data is NULL, a new buffer is allocated.
* avpkt->size is set to the specified size.
* All other AVPacket fields will be reset with av_init_packet().
* @param size the minimum required packet size
* @param min_size This is a hint to the allocation algorithm, which indicates
* to what minimal size the caller might later shrink the packet
* to. Encoders often allocate packets which are larger than the
* amount of data that is written into them as the exact amount is
* not known at the time of allocation. min_size represents the
* size a packet might be shrunk to by the caller. Can be set to
* 0. setting this roughly correctly allows the allocation code
* to choose between several allocation strategies to improve
* speed slightly.
* @return non negative on success, negative error code on failure
int ff_alloc_packet2(AVCodecContext *avctx, AVPacket *avpkt, int64_t size, int64_t min_size);
* Rescale from sample rate to AVCodecContext.time_base.
static av_always_inline int64_t ff_samples_to_time_base(AVCodecContext *avctx,
int64_t samples)
if(samples == AV_NOPTS_VALUE)
return av_rescale_q(samples, (AVRational){ 1, avctx->sample_rate },
* 2^(x) for integer x
* @return correctly rounded float
static av_always_inline float ff_exp2fi(int x) {
/* Normal range */
if (-126 <= x && x <= 128)
return av_int2float((x+127) << 23);
/* Too large */
else if (x > 128)
return INFINITY;
/* Subnormal numbers */
else if (x > -150)
return av_int2float(1 << (x+149));
/* Negligibly small */
return 0;
* Get a buffer for a frame. This is a wrapper around
* AVCodecContext.get_buffer() and should be used instead calling get_buffer()
* directly.
int ff_get_buffer(AVCodecContext *avctx, AVFrame *frame, int flags);
#define FF_REGET_BUFFER_FLAG_READONLY 1 ///< the returned buffer does not need to be writable
* Identical in function to ff_get_buffer(), except it reuses the existing buffer
* if available.
int ff_reget_buffer(AVCodecContext *avctx, AVFrame *frame, int flags);
int ff_thread_can_start_frame(AVCodecContext *avctx);
int avpriv_h264_has_num_reorder_frames(AVCodecContext *avctx);
const uint8_t *avpriv_find_start_code(const uint8_t *p,
const uint8_t *end,
uint32_t *state);
int avpriv_codec_get_cap_skip_frame_fill_param(const AVCodec *codec);
* Check that the provided frame dimensions are valid and set them on the codec
* context.
int ff_set_dimensions(AVCodecContext *s, int width, int height);
* Check that the provided sample aspect ratio is valid and set it on the codec
* context.
int ff_set_sar(AVCodecContext *avctx, AVRational sar);
* Add or update AV_FRAME_DATA_MATRIXENCODING side data.
int ff_side_data_update_matrix_encoding(AVFrame *frame,
enum AVMatrixEncoding matrix_encoding);
* Select the (possibly hardware accelerated) pixel format.
* This is a wrapper around AVCodecContext.get_format() and should be used
* instead of calling get_format() directly.
* The list of pixel formats must contain at least one valid entry, and is
* terminated with AV_PIX_FMT_NONE. If it is possible to decode to software,
* the last entry in the list must be the most accurate software format.
* If it is not possible to decode to software, AVCodecContext.sw_pix_fmt
* must be set before calling this function.
int ff_get_format(AVCodecContext *avctx, const enum AVPixelFormat *fmt);
* Add a CPB properties side data to an encoding context.
AVCPBProperties *ff_add_cpb_side_data(AVCodecContext *avctx);
* Check AVFrame for S12M timecode side data and allocate and fill TC SEI message with timecode info
* @param frame Raw frame to get S12M timecode side data from
* @param rate The frame rate
* @param prefix_len Number of bytes to allocate before SEI message
* @param data Pointer to a variable to store allocated memory
* Upon return the variable will hold NULL on error or if frame has no S12M timecode info.
* Otherwise it will point to prefix_len uninitialized bytes followed by
* *sei_size SEI message
* @param sei_size Pointer to a variable to store generated SEI message length
* @return Zero on success, negative error code on failure
int ff_alloc_timecode_sei(const AVFrame *frame, AVRational rate, size_t prefix_len,
void **data, size_t *sei_size);
* Get an estimated video bitrate based on frame size, frame rate and coded
* bits per pixel.
int64_t ff_guess_coded_bitrate(AVCodecContext *avctx);
* Check if a value is in the list. If not, return the default value
* @param ctx Context for the log msg
* @param val_name Name of the checked value, for log msg
* @param array_valid_values Array of valid int, ended with INT_MAX
* @param default_value Value return if checked value is not in the array
* @return Value or default_value.
int ff_int_from_list_or_default(void *ctx, const char * val_name, int val,
const int * array_valid_values, int default_value);
void ff_dvdsub_parse_palette(uint32_t *palette, const char *p);
#if defined(_WIN32) && CONFIG_SHARED && !defined(BUILDING_avcodec)
# define av_export_avcodec __declspec(dllimport)
# define av_export_avcodec