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/*
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/*
* TV service host API,
* See vc_hdmi.h for HDMI related constants
* See vc_sdtv.h for SDTV related constants
*/
#ifndef _VC_TVSERVICE_H_
#define _VC_TVSERVICE_H_
#include "vcinclude/common.h"
#include "interface/vcos/vcos.h"
#include "interface/vchi/vchi.h"
#include "interface/vmcs_host/vc_tvservice_defs.h"
#include "interface/vmcs_host/vc_hdmi.h"
#include "interface/vmcs_host/vc_sdtv.h"
/**
* \file
*
* This API defines the controls for both HDMI and analogue TVs. It allows
* the user to dynamically switch between HDMI and SDTV without having
* to worry about switch one off before turning the other on. It also
* allows the user to query the supported HDMI resolutions and audio
* formats and turn on/off copy protection.
*
* There are three ways to turn on HDMI: preferred mode; best matched mode
* and explicit mode. See the three power on functions for details.
*/
/**
* TVSERVICE_CALLBACK_T is the callback function for host side notification.
* Host applications register a single callback for all TV related notifications.
* See <DFN>VC_HDMI_NOTIFY_T</DFN> and <DFN>VC_SDTV_NOTIFY_T</DFN> in vc_hdmi.h and vc_sdtv.h
* respectively for list of reasons and respective param1 and param2
*
* @param callback_data is the context passed in during the call to vc_tv_register_callback
*
* @param reason is the notification reason
*
* @param param1 is the first optional parameter
*
* @param param2 is the second optional parameter
*
* @return void
*/
typedef void (*TVSERVICE_CALLBACK_T)(void *callback_data, uint32_t reason, uint32_t param1, uint32_t param2);
/* API at application start time */
/**
* <DFN>vc_vchi_tv_init</DFN> is called at the beginning of the application
* to initialise the client to TV service
*
* @param initialise_instance is the VCHI instance
*
* @param array of pointers of connections
*
* @param number of connections (currently this is always <DFN>1</DFN>
*
* @return Zero is successful A negative return value indicates failure (which may mean it has not been started on VideoCore).
*/
VCHPRE_ int vc_vchi_tv_init(VCHI_INSTANCE_T initialise_instance, VCHI_CONNECTION_T **connections, uint32_t num_connections );
/**
* <DFN>vc_vchi_tv_stop</DNF> is called to stop the host side of TV service.
*
* @param none
*
* @return void
*/
VCHPRE_ void vc_vchi_tv_stop( void );
/**
* Host applications should call <DFN>vc_tv_register_callback</DNF> at
* the beginning to register a callback function to handle all notifications.
* See <DFN>TVSERVICE_CALLBACK_T </DFN>
*
* @param callback function
*
* @param callback_data is the context to be passed when function is called
*
* @return void
*/
VCHPRE_ void vc_tv_register_callback(TVSERVICE_CALLBACK_T callback, void *callback_data);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_unregister_callback</DNF> removes a function registered with
* <DFN>vc_tv_register_callback</DNF> from the list of callbacks.
*
* @param callback function
*
* @return void
*/
VCHPRE_ void vc_tv_unregister_callback(TVSERVICE_CALLBACK_T callback);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_unregister_callback</DNF> removes a function registered with
* <DFN>vc_tv_register_callback</DNF> from the list of callbacks.
* In contrast to vc_tv_unregister_callback this one matches not only the
* function pointer but also the data pointer before removal.
*
* @param callback function
*
* @return void
*/
VCHPRE_ void vc_tv_unregister_callback_full(TVSERVICE_CALLBACK_T callback, void *callback_data);
/**
* In the following API any functions applying to HDMI only will have hdmi_
* in the name, ditto for SDTV only will have sdtv_ in the name,
* Otherwise the function applies to both SDTV and HDMI (e.g. power off)
*/
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_get_state</DFN> is used to obtain the current TV state.
* Host applications should call this function right after registering
* a callback in case any notifications are missed.
*
* Now deprecated - use vc_tv_get_display_state instead
*
* @param pointer to TV_GET_STATE_RESP_T
*
* @return zero if the command is sent successfully, non zero otherwise
* If the command fails to be sent, passed in state is unchanged
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_get_state(TV_GET_STATE_RESP_T *tvstate);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_get_display_state</DFN> is used to obtain the current TV display
* state. This function supersedes vc_tv_get_state (which is only kept for
* backward compatibility.
* Host applications should call this function right after registering
* a callback in case any notifications are missed.
*
* @param pointer to TV_DISPLAY_STATE_T
*
* @return zero if the command is sent successfully, non zero otherwise
* If the command fails to be sent, passed in state is unchanged
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_get_display_state(TV_DISPLAY_STATE_T *tvstate);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_preferred</DFN> if you don't care what resolutions
* a TV supports and just want to turn on its native resolution. Analogue TV will
* be powered down if on (same for the following two HDMI power on functions.)
* If power on is successful, a host application must wait for the power on complete
* callback before attempting to open the display.
*
* @param none
*
* @return single value interpreted as HDMI_RESULT_T (zero means success)
* if successful, there will be a callback when the power on is complete
*
**/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_preferred( void );
/**
* Same as above, but tell the TV to enter 3D mode. The TV will go to 2D mode
* if the preferred mode doesn't support 3D.
**/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_preferred_3d( void );
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_best</DFN> to power on HDMI at best matched resolution
* based on passed in parameters. Use HDMI_MODE_MATCH_FRAMERATE if you want to
* match the frame rate; use HDMI_MODE_MATCH_RESOLUTION if you want to match on
* screen size; add HDMI_MODE_MATCH_SCANMODE if you want to force
* interlaced/progressive mode. If no matching mode is found, the native resolution
* will be used instead.
*
* @param width is the desired minimum screen width
*
* @param height is the desired minimum screen height
*
* @param rate is the desired frame rate
*
* @param scan_mode (HDMI_NONINTERLACED / HDMI_INTERLACED) is the desired scan mode
*
* @param match flags is the matching flag <DFN>EDID_MODE_MATCH_FLAG_T</DFN>
*
* @return same as <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_preferred</DFN>
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_best(uint32_t width, uint32_t height, uint32_t frame_rate,
HDMI_INTERLACED_T scan_mode, EDID_MODE_MATCH_FLAG_T match_flags);
/**
* Same as above, but tell the TV to enter 3D mode. The TV will go to 2D mode
* if no suitable 3D mode can be found.
**/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_best_3d(uint32_t width, uint32_t height, uint32_t frame_rate,
HDMI_INTERLACED_T scan_mode, EDID_MODE_MATCH_FLAG_T match_flags);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_explicit</DFN> if you want full control over what mode
* the TV is driven. This function is used, for example, when the host has the EDID
* and HDMI middleware does not know. If HDMI middleware has knowledge of EDID, the
* passed in mode is still subject to TV's supported modes
*
* @param mode (HDMI_MODE_HDMI/HDMI_MODE_DVI/HDMI_MODE_3D)
*
* @param group (HDMI_RES_GROUP_CEA/HDMI_RES_GROUP_DMT)
*
* @param code either <DFN>HDMI_CEA_RES_CODE_T</DFN> or <DFN>HDMI_DMT_RES_CODE_T</DFN>
*
* @return same as <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_preferred</DFN>
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_explicit_new(HDMI_MODE_T mode, HDMI_RES_GROUP_T group, uint32_t code);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_sdtv_power_on</DFN> is used to turn on analogue TV. HDMI will
* automatically be powered off if on.
*
* @param SDTV mode <DFN>SDTV_MODE_T</DFN>
*
* @param options <DFN>SDTV_OPTIONS_T</DFN>
*
* @return single value (zero means success) if successful, there will be a callback when the power on is complete
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_sdtv_power_on(SDTV_MODE_T mode, SDTV_OPTIONS_T *options);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_power_off</DFN> is used to turn off either analogue or HDMI output.
* If HDMI is powered down, there will be a callback with reason UNPLUGGED (if no
* cable is attached) or STANDBY (if a cable is attached)
*
* @param none
*
* @return whether command is succcessfully sent
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_power_off( void );
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_get_supported_modes</DFN> is used to get a list of supported
* modes for a particular standard (CEA/DMT/CEA3D). Prefer resolution (group and mode)
* is also returned, if needed. If there are more modes supported than the size of the array
* supply, only the array will be filled.
*
* @param group(HDMI_RES_GROUP_CEA/HDMI_RES_GROUP_DMT)
*
* @param array of <DFN>TV_SUPPORT_MODE_T</DFN> struct
*
* @param length of array above (in elements, not bytes)
*
* @pointer to preferred group (can be NULL)
*
* @pointer to prefer mode code (can be NULL)
*
* @return the number of modes actually written in the array,
* zero means no modes (no EDID or cable unplugged)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_get_supported_modes_new(HDMI_RES_GROUP_T group,
TV_SUPPORTED_MODE_NEW_T *supported_modes,
uint32_t max_supported_modes,
HDMI_RES_GROUP_T *preferred_group,
uint32_t *preferred_mode);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_mode_supported</DFN> is used to query whether a particular mode
* is supported or not.
*
* @param resolution standard (HDMI_RES_GROUP_CEA/HDMI_RES_GROUP_DMT)
*
* @param mode code
*
* @return > 0 means supported, 0 means unsupported, < 0 means error
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_mode_supported(HDMI_RES_GROUP_T group,
uint32_t mode);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_audio_supported</DFN> is used to query whether a
* particular audio format is supported. By default a device has to support
* 16-bit stereo PCM at 32/44.1/48 kHz if audio is supported at all.
* Support of other audio formats allow SPDIF to be used.
* A return value of zero means the audio format is completely supported.
* Any non-zero values are interpreted as bit mask (EDID_AUDIO_SUPPORT_FLAG_T).
* For example, if EDID_AUDIO_NO_SUPPORT is set, the audio format is not supported.
* If EDID_AUDIO_CHAN_UNSUPPORTED is set, the max no. of channels has exceeded.
*
* @param audio format supplied as (<DFN>EDID_AudioFormat</DFN> + <DFN>EDID_AudioCodingExtension</DFN>)
*
* @param no. of channels (1-8)
*
* @param sample rate <DFN>EDID_AudioSampleRate</DFN> but NOT "refer to header"
*
* @param bit rate (or sample size if pcm) use <DFN>EDID_AudioSampleSize</DFN> as sample size argument
*
* @return: single value return interpreted as flags in <DFN>EDID_AUDIO_SUPPORT_FLAG_T</DFN>
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_audio_supported(uint32_t audio_format, uint32_t num_channels,
EDID_AudioSampleRate fs, uint32_t bitrate);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_enable_copyprotect</DFN> to turn on copy protection.
* For HDMI, only HDMI_CP_HDCP is recognised.
* For SDTV, use one of the values in SDTV_CP_MODE_T
*
* @param copy protect mode
*
* @param time out in milliseconds (only applicable to HDMI)
*
* @return 0 means success, additional result via callback
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_enable_copyprotect(uint32_t cp_mode, uint32_t timeout);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_disable_copyprotect</DFN> to turn off copy protection
*
* @param none
*
* @rturn 0 means success, additional result via callback
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_disable_copyprotect( void );
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_show_info</DFN> to show or hide info screen.
* Only usable in HDMI at the moment.
*
* @param show (1) or hide (0) info screen
*
* @return zero if command is successfully sent
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_show_info(uint32_t show);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_get_av_latency</DFN> is used to get the AV latency
* (in ms) for HDMI (lipsync), only valid if HDMI is currently powered on,
* otherwise you get zero. The latency is defined as the relative delay
* of the video stream to the audio stream
*
* @param none
*
* @return latency (zero if error or latency is not defined),
* < 0 if failed to send command)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_get_av_latency( void );
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_set_hdcp_key</DFN> to download HDCP key to HDCP middleware
*
* @param AES encrypted key block (328 bytes)
*
* @return single value return indicating queued status
* Callback indicates the validity of key
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_set_hdcp_key(const uint8_t *key);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_set_hdcp_revoked_list</DFN> to download SRM
* revoked list
*
* @param list
*
* @param size of list (no. of keys)
*
* @return single value return indicating queued status
* Callback indicates the number of keys set (zero if failed, unless you are clearing the list)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_set_hdcp_revoked_list(const uint8_t *list, uint32_t num_keys);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_set_spd</DFN> is used to set the SPD infoframe.
*
* @param manufacturer (max. 8 characters)
*
* @param description (max. 16 characters)
*
* @param product type <DFN>HDMI_SPD_TYPE_CODE_T</DFN>
*
* @return whether command was sent successfully (zero means success)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_set_spd(const char *manufacturer, const char *description, HDMI_SPD_TYPE_CODE_T type);
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_set_display_options</DFN> is used to set the
* active area for HDMI (bar width/height should be set to zero if absent)
* This information is conveyed in AVI infoframe.
*
* @param aspect ratio <DFN>HDMI_ASPECT_T</DFN>
*
* @param left bar width
*
* @param right bar width
*
* @param top bar height
*
* @param bottom bar height
*
* @return whether command was sent successfully (zero means success)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_set_display_options(HDMI_ASPECT_T aspect, uint32_t left_bar_width, uint32_t right_bar_width, uint32_t top_bar_height, uint32_t bottom_bar_height, uint32_t overscan_flags);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_test_mode_start</DFN> to generate test signal.
* At the moment only DVI test signal is supported.
* HDMI must be powered off before this function is called.
*
* @param 24-bit background colour (if applicable)
*
* @param test mode <DFN>TV_TEST_MODE_T</DFN>
*
* @return whether command was sent successfully (zero means success)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_test_mode_start(uint32_t colour, TV_TEST_MODE_T test_mode);
/**
* Use <DFN>vc_tv_test_mode_stop</DFN> to stop the test signal and power down
* HDMI.
*
* @param none
*
* @return whether command was sent successfully (zero means success)
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_test_mode_stop( void );
/**
* <DFN>vc_tv_hdmi_ddc_read</DFN> allows an host application to read EDID
* with DDC protocol.
*
* @param offset
*
* @param length to read (this is typically 128 bytes to coincide with EDID block size)
*
* @param pointer to buffer, must be 16 byte aligned
*
* @returns length of data read (so zero means error) and the buffer will be filled
* only if there is no error
*
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_ddc_read(uint32_t offset, uint32_t length, uint8_t *buffer);
/**
* Sets the TV state to attached.
* Required when hotplug interrupt is not handled by VideoCore.
*
* @param attached non-zero if the TV is attached or zero for unplugged.
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_set_attached(uint32_t attached);
/**
* Sets one of the HDMI properties. HDMI properties persist
* between HDMI power on/off
*
* @param property [in]
*
* @return zero if successful, non-zero otherwise
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_set_property(const HDMI_PROPERTY_PARAM_T *property);
/**
* Gets the current value of an HDMI property.
*
* @param property [in/out]
*
* @return zero if success (param1/param2 will be set), non-zero otherwise (param1/param2 will not be set)
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_get_property(HDMI_PROPERTY_PARAM_T *property);
/**
* Converts the notification reason to a string.
*
* @param reason is the notification reason
* @return The notification reason as a string.
*/
VCHPRE_ const char* vc_tv_notification_name(VC_HDMI_NOTIFY_T reason);
/**
* Get the unique device ID from the EDID
* @param pointer to device ID struct
* @return zero if successful, non-zero if failed.
*/
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_get_device_id(TV_DEVICE_ID_T *id);
// temporary: maintain backwards compatibility
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_get_supported_modes(HDMI_RES_GROUP_T group,
TV_SUPPORTED_MODE_T *supported_modes,
uint32_t max_supported_modes,
HDMI_RES_GROUP_T *preferred_group,
uint32_t *preferred_mode);
// temporary: maintain backwards compatibility
VCHPRE_ int VCHPOST_ vc_tv_hdmi_power_on_explicit(HDMI_MODE_T mode, HDMI_RES_GROUP_T group, uint32_t code);
#endif
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