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// Copyright 2018 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 <stdint.h>
#include "media/base/media_export.h"
namespace media {
// CENC 3rd Edition adds pattern encryption, through two new protection
// schemes: 'cens' (with AES-CTR) and 'cbcs' (with AES-CBC).
// The pattern applies independently to each 'encrypted' part of the frame (as
// defined by the relevant subsample entries), and reduces further the
// actual encryption applied through a repeating pattern of (encrypt:skip)
// 16 byte blocks. For example, in a (1:9) pattern, the first block is
// encrypted, and the next nine are skipped. This pattern is applied
// repeatedly until the end of the last 16-byte block in the subsample.
// Any remaining bytes are left clear.
// TODO(jrummell): Use base::Optional<EncryptionPattern> everywhere.
class MEDIA_EXPORT EncryptionPattern {
EncryptionPattern(uint32_t crypt_byte_block, uint32_t skip_byte_block);
EncryptionPattern(const EncryptionPattern& rhs);
EncryptionPattern& operator=(const EncryptionPattern& rhs);
uint32_t crypt_byte_block() const { return crypt_byte_block_; }
uint32_t skip_byte_block() const { return skip_byte_block_; }
bool operator==(const EncryptionPattern& other) const;
bool operator!=(const EncryptionPattern& other) const;
// ISO/IEC 23001-7(2016), section 10.3, discussing 'cens' pattern encryption
// scheme, states "Tracks other than video are protected using whole-block
// full-sample encryption as specified in 9.7 and hence skip_byte_block
// SHALL be 0." So patterns where |skip_byte_block| = 0 should be treated
// as whole-block full-sample encryption.
uint32_t crypt_byte_block_ = 0; // Count of the encrypted blocks.
uint32_t skip_byte_block_ = 0; // Count of the unencrypted blocks.
} // namespace media