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// Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/memory/weak_ptr.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_checker.h"
#include "media/capture/capture_export.h"
#include "media/capture/content/thread_safe_capture_oracle.h"
#include "media/capture/video/video_capture_device.h"
namespace tracked_objects {
class Location;
} // namespace tracked_objects
namespace media {
struct VideoCaptureParams;
class ThreadSafeCaptureOracle;
// Keeps track of the video capture source frames and executes copying.
class CAPTURE_EXPORT VideoCaptureMachine {
virtual ~VideoCaptureMachine();
// Starts capturing.
// |callback| is invoked with true if succeeded. Otherwise, with false.
virtual void Start(const scoped_refptr<ThreadSafeCaptureOracle>& oracle_proxy,
const VideoCaptureParams& params,
const base::Callback<void(bool)> callback) = 0;
// Stops capturing.
// |callback| is invoked after the capturing has stopped.
virtual void Stop(const base::Closure& callback) = 0;
// Returns true if the video capture is configured to monitor end-to-end
// system utilization, and alter frame sizes and/or frame rates to mitigate
// overloading or under-utilization.
virtual bool IsAutoThrottlingEnabled() const;
// Called by ScreenCaptureDeviceCore when it failed to satisfy a "refresh
// frame" request by attempting to resurrect the last video frame from the
// buffer pool (this is referred to as the "passive" refresh approach). The
// failure can happen for a number of reasons (e.g., the oracle decided to
// change resolution, or consumers of the last video frame are not yet
// finished with it).
// The implementation of this method should consult the oracle, using the
// kActiveRefreshRequest event type, to decide whether to initiate a new frame
// capture, and then do so if the oracle agrees.
virtual void MaybeCaptureForRefresh() = 0;
// The "meat" of a content video capturer.
// Separating this from the "shell classes" WebContentsVideoCaptureDevice and
// DesktopCaptureDeviceAura allows safe destruction without needing to block any
// threads, as well as code sharing.
// ScreenCaptureDeviceCore manages a simple state machine and the pipeline
// (see notes at top of this file). It times the start of successive captures
// and facilitates the processing of each through the stages of the
// pipeline.
class CAPTURE_EXPORT ScreenCaptureDeviceCore
: public base::SupportsWeakPtr<ScreenCaptureDeviceCore> {
ScreenCaptureDeviceCore(std::unique_ptr<VideoCaptureMachine> capture_machine);
virtual ~ScreenCaptureDeviceCore();
// Asynchronous requests to change ScreenCaptureDeviceCore state.
void AllocateAndStart(const VideoCaptureParams& params,
std::unique_ptr<VideoCaptureDevice::Client> client);
void RequestRefreshFrame();
void StopAndDeAllocate();
// Flag indicating current state.
enum State { kIdle, kCapturing, kError, kLastCaptureState };
void TransitionStateTo(State next_state);
// Called back in response to StartCaptureMachine(). |success| is true if
// capture machine succeeded to start.
void CaptureStarted(bool success);
// Stops capturing and notifies client_ of an error state.
void Error(const tracked_objects::Location& from_here,
const std::string& reason);
// Tracks that all activity occurs on the media stream manager's thread.
base::ThreadChecker thread_checker_;
// Current lifecycle state.
State state_;
// Tracks the CaptureMachine that's doing work on our behalf
// on the device thread or UI thread.
// This value should never be dereferenced by this class.
std::unique_ptr<VideoCaptureMachine> capture_machine_;
// Our thread-safe capture oracle which serves as the gateway to the video
// capture pipeline. Besides the VideoCaptureDevice itself, it is the only
// component of the system with direct access to |client_|.
scoped_refptr<ThreadSafeCaptureOracle> oracle_proxy_;
} // namespace media