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/*
Copyright (c) 2012, Broadcom Europe Ltd
All rights reserved.
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*/
#ifndef MMAL_BUFFER_H
#define MMAL_BUFFER_H
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/** \defgroup MmalBufferHeader Buffer headers
* Definition of a buffer header and its associated API.
* Buffer headers are the basic element used to pass data and information between different
* parts of the system. They are passed to components via ports and sent back to the client
* using a callback mechanism.
*/
/* @{ */
/** Specific data associated with video frames */
typedef struct {
uint32_t planes; /**< Number of planes composing the video frame */
uint32_t offset[4]; /**< Offsets to the different planes. These must point within the
payload buffer */
uint32_t pitch[4]; /**< Pitch (size in bytes of a line of a plane) of the different
planes */
uint32_t flags; /**< Flags describing video specific properties of a buffer header
(see \ref videobufferheaderflags "Video buffer header flags") */
/* TBD stereoscopic support */
} MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_SPECIFIC_T;
/** Type specific data that's associated with a payload buffer */
typedef union
{
/** Specific data associated with video frames */
MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_SPECIFIC_T video;
} MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_TYPE_SPECIFIC_T;
/** Definition of the buffer header structure.
* A buffer header does not directly carry the data to be passed to a component but instead
* it references the actual data using a pointer (and an associated length).
* It also contains an internal area which can be used to store command to be associated
* with the external data.
*/
typedef struct MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T
{
struct MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *next; /**< Used to link several buffer headers together */
struct MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_PRIVATE_T *priv; /**< Data private to the framework */
uint32_t cmd; /**< Defines what the buffer header contains. This is a FourCC
with 0 as a special value meaning stream data */
uint8_t *data; /**< Pointer to the start of the payload buffer (should not be
changed by component) */
uint32_t alloc_size; /**< Allocated size in bytes of payload buffer */
uint32_t length; /**< Number of bytes currently used in the payload buffer (starting
from offset) */
uint32_t offset; /**< Offset in bytes to the start of valid data in the payload buffer */
uint32_t flags; /**< Flags describing properties of a buffer header (see
\ref bufferheaderflags "Buffer header flags") */
int64_t pts; /**< Presentation timestamp in microseconds. \ref MMAL_TIME_UNKNOWN
is used when the pts is unknown. */
int64_t dts; /**< Decode timestamp in microseconds (dts = pts, except in the case
of video streams with B frames). \ref MMAL_TIME_UNKNOWN
is used when the dts is unknown. */
/** Type specific data that's associated with a payload buffer */
MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_TYPE_SPECIFIC_T *type;
void *user_data; /**< Field reserved for use by the client */
} MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T;
/** \name Buffer header flags
* \anchor bufferheaderflags
* The following flags describe properties of a buffer header */
/* @{ */
/** Signals that the current payload is the end of the stream of data */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_EOS (1<<0)
/** Signals that the start of the current payload starts a frame */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FRAME_START (1<<1)
/** Signals that the end of the current payload ends a frame */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FRAME_END (1<<2)
/** Signals that the current payload contains only complete frames (1 or more) */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FRAME (MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FRAME_START|MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FRAME_END)
/** Signals that the current payload is a keyframe (i.e. self decodable) */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_KEYFRAME (1<<3)
/** Signals a discontinuity in the stream of data (e.g. after a seek).
* Can be used for instance by a decoder to reset its state */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_DISCONTINUITY (1<<4)
/** Signals a buffer containing some kind of config data for the component
* (e.g. codec config data) */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_CONFIG (1<<5)
/** Signals an encrypted payload */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_ENCRYPTED (1<<6)
/** Signals a buffer containing side information */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_CODECSIDEINFO (1<<7)
/** Signals a buffer which is the snapshot/postview image from a stills capture */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAGS_SNAPSHOT (1<<8)
/** Signals a buffer which contains data known to be corrupted */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_CORRUPTED (1<<9)
/** Signals that a buffer failed to be transmitted */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_TRANSMISSION_FAILED (1<<10)
/** Signals the output buffer won't be used, just update reference frames */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_DECODEONLY (1<<11)
/** Signals that the end of the current payload ends a NAL */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_NAL_END (1<<12)
/** User flags - can be passed in and will get returned */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_USER0 (1<<28)
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_USER1 (1<<29)
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_USER2 (1<<30)
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_USER3 (1<<31)
/* @} */
/** \name Video buffer header flags
* \anchor videobufferheaderflags
* The following flags describe properties of a video buffer header.
* As there is no collision with the MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAGS_ defines, these
* flags will also be present in the MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T flags field.
*/
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START_BIT 16
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START (1<<MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START_BIT)
/* @{ */
/** 16: Signals an interlaced video frame */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_INTERLACED (MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START<<0)
/** 17: Signals that the top field of the current interlaced frame should be displayed first */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_TOP_FIELD_FIRST (MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START<<1)
/** 19: Signals that the buffer should be displayed on external display if attached. */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_DISPLAY_EXTERNAL (MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START<<3)
/** 20: Signals that contents of the buffer requires copy protection. */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_PROTECTED (MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START<<4)
/** 27-24: If non-zero it signals the video frame is encoded in column mode,
* with a column width equal to 2^<masked value>.
* Zero is raster order. */
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_COLUMN_LOG2_SHIFT (MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_FLAG_FORMAT_SPECIFIC_START_BIT+8)
#define MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_COLUMN_LOG2_MASK (0xF<<MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_VIDEO_FLAG_COLUMN_LOG2_SHIFT)
/* @} */
/** Acquire a buffer header.
* Acquiring a buffer header increases a reference counter on it and makes sure that the
* buffer header won't be recycled until all the references to it are gone.
* This is useful for instance if a component needs to return a buffer header but still needs
* access to it for some internal processing (e.g. reference frames in video codecs).
*
* @param header buffer header to acquire
*/
void mmal_buffer_header_acquire(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header);
/** Reset a buffer header.
* Resets all header variables to default values.
*
* @param header buffer header to reset
*/
void mmal_buffer_header_reset(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header);
/** Release a buffer header.
* Releasing a buffer header will decrease its reference counter and when no more references
* are left, the buffer header will be recycled by calling its 'release' callback function.
*
* If a pre-release callback is set (\ref MMAL_BH_PRE_RELEASE_CB_T), this will be invoked
* before calling the buffer's release callback and potentially postpone buffer recycling.
* Once pre-release is complete the buffer header is recycled with
* \ref mmal_buffer_header_release_continue.
*
* @param header buffer header to release
*/
void mmal_buffer_header_release(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header);
/** Continue the buffer header release process.
* This should be called to complete buffer header recycling once all pre-release activity
* has been completed.
*
* @param header buffer header to release
*/
void mmal_buffer_header_release_continue(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header);
/** Buffer header pre-release callback.
* The callback is invoked just before a buffer is released back into a
* pool. This is used by clients who need to trigger additional actions
* before the buffer can finally be released (e.g. wait for a bulk transfer
* to complete).
*
* The callback should return TRUE if the buffer release need to be post-poned.
*
* @param header buffer header about to be released
* @param userdata user-specific data
*
* @return TRUE if the buffer should not be released
*/
typedef MMAL_BOOL_T (*MMAL_BH_PRE_RELEASE_CB_T)(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header, void *userdata);
/** Set a buffer header pre-release callback.
* If the callback is NULL, the buffer will be released back into the pool
* immediately as usual.
*
* @param header buffer header to associate callback with
* @param cb pre-release callback to invoke
* @param userdata user-specific data
*/
void mmal_buffer_header_pre_release_cb_set(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header, MMAL_BH_PRE_RELEASE_CB_T cb, void *userdata);
/** Replicate a buffer header into another one.
* Replicating a buffer header will not only do an exact copy of all the public fields of the
* buffer header (including data and alloc_size), but it will also acquire a reference to the
* source buffer header which will only be released once the replicate has been released.
*
* @param dest buffer header into which to replicate
* @param src buffer header to use as the source for the replication
* @return MMAL_SUCCESS on success
*/
MMAL_STATUS_T mmal_buffer_header_replicate(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *dest, MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *src);
/** Lock the data buffer contained in the buffer header in memory.
* This call does nothing on all platforms except VideoCore where it is needed to pin a
* buffer in memory before any access to it.
*
* @param header buffer header to lock
*/
MMAL_STATUS_T mmal_buffer_header_mem_lock(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header);
/** Unlock the data buffer contained in the buffer header.
* This call does nothing on all platforms except VideoCore where it is needed to un-pin a
* buffer in memory after any access to it.
*
* @param header buffer header to unlock
*/
void mmal_buffer_header_mem_unlock(MMAL_BUFFER_HEADER_T *header);
/* @} */
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* MMAL_BUFFER_H */
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