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// Copyright 2017 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 <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/containers/flat_map.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/synchronization/lock.h"
#include "media/base/android/media_codec_bridge.h"
#include "media/base/decoder_buffer.h"
#include "media/gpu/android/avda_surface_bundle.h"
#include "media/gpu/android/device_info.h"
#include "media/gpu/media_gpu_export.h"
namespace media {
class CodecWrapperImpl;
using CodecSurfacePair = std::pair<std::unique_ptr<MediaCodecBridge>,
// A MediaCodec output buffer that can be released on any thread. Releasing a
// CodecOutputBuffer implicitly discards all CodecOutputBuffers that
// precede it in presentation order; i.e., the only supported use case is to
// render output buffers in order. This lets us return buffers to the codec as
// soon as we know we no longer need them.
class MEDIA_GPU_EXPORT CodecOutputBuffer {
// Releases the buffer without rendering it.
// Releases this buffer and renders it to the surface.
bool ReleaseToSurface();
// The size of the image.
gfx::Size size() const { return size_; }
// Let CodecWrapperImpl call the constructor.
friend class CodecWrapperImpl;
CodecOutputBuffer(scoped_refptr<CodecWrapperImpl> codec,
int64_t id,
gfx::Size size);
scoped_refptr<CodecWrapperImpl> codec_;
int64_t id_;
bool was_rendered_ = false;
gfx::Size size_;
// This wraps a MediaCodecBridge and provides higher level features and tracks
// more state that is useful for video decoding.
// CodecWrapper is not threadsafe, but the CodecOutputBuffers it outputs
// can be released on any thread.
class MEDIA_GPU_EXPORT CodecWrapper {
// The given codec should be in the flushed state, i.e., freshly configured or
// after a Flush(). The surface must be the one that the codec was configured
// with. |output_buffer_release_cb| will be run whenever an output buffer is
// released back to the codec (whether it's rendered or not). This is a signal
// that the codec might be ready to accept more input. It may be run on any
// thread.
// OutputReleasedCB will be called with a bool indicating if CodecWrapper is
// currently draining or in the drained state.
// If not null, then we will only release codec buffers without rendering
// on |release_task_runner|, posting if needed. This does not change where
// we release them with rendering; that has to be done inline. This helps
// us avoid a common case of hanging up the GPU main thread.
using OutputReleasedCB = base::RepeatingCallback<void(bool)>;
CodecWrapper(CodecSurfacePair codec_surface_pair,
OutputReleasedCB output_buffer_release_cb,
scoped_refptr<base::SequencedTaskRunner> release_task_runner);
// Takes the backing codec and surface, implicitly discarding all outstanding
// codec buffers. It's safe to use CodecOutputBuffers after this is called,
// but they can no longer be rendered.
CodecSurfacePair TakeCodecSurfacePair();
// Whether the codec is in the flushed state.
bool IsFlushed() const;
// Whether an EOS has been queued but not yet dequeued.
bool IsDraining() const;
// Whether an EOS has been dequeued but the codec hasn't been flushed yet.
bool IsDrained() const;
// Whether there are any dequeued output buffers that have not been released.
bool HasUnreleasedOutputBuffers() const;
// Releases all dequeued output buffers back to the codec without rendering.
void DiscardOutputBuffers();
// Whether the codec supports Flush().
bool SupportsFlush(DeviceInfo* device_info) const;
// Flushes the codec and discards all output buffers.
bool Flush();
// Sets the given surface and returns true on success.
bool SetSurface(scoped_refptr<AVDASurfaceBundle> surface_bundle);
// Returns the surface bundle that the codec is currently configured with.
// Returns null after TakeCodecSurfacePair() is called.
scoped_refptr<AVDASurfaceBundle> SurfaceBundle();
// Queues |buffer| if the codec has an available input buffer.
enum class QueueStatus { kOk, kError, kTryAgainLater, kNoKey };
QueueStatus QueueInputBuffer(const DecoderBuffer& buffer,
const EncryptionScheme& encryption_scheme);
// Like MediaCodecBridge::DequeueOutputBuffer() but it outputs a
// CodecOutputBuffer instead of an index. |*codec_buffer| must be null.
// If this returns MEDIA_CODEC_OK then either |*end_of_stream| will be set to
// true or |*codec_buffer| will be non-null. The EOS buffer is returned to the
// codec immediately. Unlike MediaCodecBridge, this does not return
// tries to dequeue another buffer instead.
enum class DequeueStatus { kOk, kError, kTryAgainLater };
DequeueStatus DequeueOutputBuffer(
base::TimeDelta* presentation_time,
bool* end_of_stream,
std::unique_ptr<CodecOutputBuffer>* codec_buffer);
scoped_refptr<CodecWrapperImpl> impl_;
} // namespace media