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// Copyright (c) 2013 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 <jni.h>
#include <string>
#include "base/android/scoped_java_ref.h"
#include "base/time/time.h"
#include "media/base/audio_decoder_config.h"
#include "media/base/video_decoder_config.h"
#include "ui/gfx/size.h"
namespace media {
struct SubsampleEntry;
// These must be in sync with MediaCodecBridge.MEDIA_CODEC_XXX constants in
enum MediaCodecStatus {
// Codec direction. Keep this in sync with
enum MediaCodecDirection {
// This class serves as a bridge for native code to call java functions inside
// Android MediaCodec class. For more information on Android MediaCodec, check
// Note: MediaCodec is only available on JB and greater.
// Use AudioCodecBridge or VideoCodecBridge to create an instance of this
// object.
// TODO(fischman,xhwang): replace this (and the enums that go with it) with
// chromium's JNI auto-generation hotness.
class MEDIA_EXPORT MediaCodecBridge {
// Returns true if MediaCodec is available on the device.
// All other static methods check IsAvailable() internally. There's no need
// to check IsAvailable() explicitly before calling them.
static bool IsAvailable();
// Returns true if MediaCodec.setParameters() is available on the device.
static bool SupportsSetParameters();
// Returns true if MediaCodec.getName() is available on the device.
static bool SupportsGetName();
// Returns whether MediaCodecBridge has a decoder that |is_secure| and can
// decode |codec| type.
static bool CanDecode(const std::string& codec, bool is_secure);
// Represents supported codecs on android.
// TODO(qinmin): Currently the codecs string only contains one codec. Do we
// need to support codecs separated by comma. (e.g. "vp8" -> "vp8, vp8.0")?
struct CodecsInfo {
std::string codecs; // E.g. "vp8" or "avc1".
std::string name; // E.g. "".
MediaCodecDirection direction;
// Get a list of supported codecs.
static std::vector<CodecsInfo> GetCodecsInfo();
// Get default codec name for |mime_type|.
static std::string GetDefaultCodecName(const std::string& mime_type,
MediaCodecDirection direction);
// Get a list of encoder supported color formats for |mime_type|.
// The mapping of color format name and its value refers to
// MediaCodecInfo.CodecCapabilities.
static std::set<int> GetEncoderColorFormats(const std::string& mime_type);
virtual ~MediaCodecBridge();
// Resets both input and output, all indices previously returned in calls to
// DequeueInputBuffer() and DequeueOutputBuffer() become invalid.
// Please note that this clears all the inputs in the media codec. In other
// words, there will be no outputs until new input is provided.
// Returns MEDIA_CODEC_ERROR if an unexpected error happens, or Media_CODEC_OK
// otherwise.
MediaCodecStatus Reset();
// Finishes the decode/encode session. The instance remains active
// and ready to be StartAudio/Video()ed again. HOWEVER, due to the buggy
// vendor's implementation , b/8125974, Stop() -> StartAudio/Video() may not
// work on some devices. For reliability, Stop() -> delete and recreate new
// instance -> StartAudio/Video() is recommended.
void Stop();
// Used for getting output format. This is valid after DequeueInputBuffer()
// returns a format change by returning INFO_OUTPUT_FORMAT_CHANGED
void GetOutputFormat(int* width, int* height);
// Submits a byte array to the given input buffer. Call this after getting an
// available buffer from DequeueInputBuffer(). If |data| is NULL, assume the
// input buffer has already been populated (but still obey |size|).
// |data_size| must be less than kint32max (because Java).
MediaCodecStatus QueueInputBuffer(int index,
const uint8* data,
size_t data_size,
const base::TimeDelta& presentation_time);
// Similar to the above call, but submits a buffer that is encrypted. Note:
// NULL |subsamples| indicates the whole buffer is encrypted. If |data| is
// NULL, assume the input buffer has already been populated (but still obey
// |data_size|). |data_size| must be less than kint32max (because Java).
MediaCodecStatus QueueSecureInputBuffer(
int index,
const uint8* data,
size_t data_size,
const uint8* key_id,
int key_id_size,
const uint8* iv,
int iv_size,
const SubsampleEntry* subsamples,
int subsamples_size,
const base::TimeDelta& presentation_time);
// Submits an empty buffer with a EOS (END OF STREAM) flag.
void QueueEOS(int input_buffer_index);
// Returns:
// MEDIA_CODEC_OK if an input buffer is ready to be filled with valid data,
// MEDIA_CODEC_ENQUEUE_INPUT_AGAIN_LATER if no such buffer is available, or
// MEDIA_CODEC_ERROR if unexpected error happens.
// Note: Never use infinite timeout as this would block the decoder thread and
// prevent the decoder job from being released.
MediaCodecStatus DequeueInputBuffer(const base::TimeDelta& timeout,
int* index);
// Dequeues an output buffer, block at most timeout_us microseconds.
// Returns the status of this operation. If OK is returned, the output
// parameters should be populated. Otherwise, the values of output parameters
// should not be used. Output parameters other than index/offset/size are
// optional and only set if not NULL.
// Note: Never use infinite timeout as this would block the decoder thread and
// prevent the decoder job from being released.
// TODO(xhwang): Can we drop |end_of_stream| and return
MediaCodecStatus DequeueOutputBuffer(const base::TimeDelta& timeout,
int* index,
size_t* offset,
size_t* size,
base::TimeDelta* presentation_time,
bool* end_of_stream,
bool* key_frame);
// Returns the buffer to the codec. If you previously specified a surface when
// configuring this video decoder you can optionally render the buffer.
void ReleaseOutputBuffer(int index, bool render);
// Returns the number of output buffers used by the codec.
// TODO(qinmin): this call is deprecated in Lollipop.
int GetOutputBuffersCount();
// Returns the capacity of each output buffer used by the codec.
// TODO(qinmin): this call is deprecated in Lollipop.
size_t GetOutputBuffersCapacity();
// Returns an input buffer's base pointer and capacity.
void GetInputBuffer(int input_buffer_index, uint8** data, size_t* capacity);
// Copy |dst_size| bytes from output buffer |index|'s |offset| onwards into
// |*dst|.
bool CopyFromOutputBuffer(int index, size_t offset, void* dst, int dst_size);
static bool RegisterMediaCodecBridge(JNIEnv* env);
// Returns true if |mime_type| is known to be unaccelerated (i.e. backed by a
// software codec instead of a hardware one).
static bool IsKnownUnaccelerated(const std::string& mime_type,
MediaCodecDirection direction);
MediaCodecBridge(const std::string& mime,
bool is_secure,
MediaCodecDirection direction);
// Calls start() against the media codec instance. Used in StartXXX() after
// configuring media codec. Returns whether media codec was successfully
// started.
bool StartInternal() WARN_UNUSED_RESULT;
jobject media_codec() { return j_media_codec_.obj(); }
MediaCodecDirection direction_;
// Fills a particular input buffer; returns false if |data_size| exceeds the
// input buffer's capacity (and doesn't touch the input buffer in that case).
bool FillInputBuffer(int index,
const uint8* data,
size_t data_size) WARN_UNUSED_RESULT;
// Java MediaCodec instance.
base::android::ScopedJavaGlobalRef<jobject> j_media_codec_;
class AudioCodecBridge : public MediaCodecBridge {
// Returns an AudioCodecBridge instance if |codec| is supported, or a NULL
// pointer otherwise.
static AudioCodecBridge* Create(const AudioCodec& codec);
// See MediaCodecBridge::IsKnownUnaccelerated().
static bool IsKnownUnaccelerated(const AudioCodec& codec);
// Start the audio codec bridge.
bool Start(const AudioCodec& codec, int sample_rate, int channel_count,
const uint8* extra_data, size_t extra_data_size,
bool play_audio, jobject media_crypto) WARN_UNUSED_RESULT;
// Play the output buffer. This call must be called after
// DequeueOutputBuffer() and before ReleaseOutputBuffer. Returns the playback
// head position expressed in frames.
int64 PlayOutputBuffer(int index, size_t size);
// Set the volume of the audio output.
void SetVolume(double volume);
explicit AudioCodecBridge(const std::string& mime);
// Configure the java MediaFormat object with the extra codec data passed in.
bool ConfigureMediaFormat(jobject j_format, const AudioCodec& codec,
const uint8* extra_data, size_t extra_data_size);
class MEDIA_EXPORT VideoCodecBridge : public MediaCodecBridge {
// See MediaCodecBridge::IsKnownUnaccelerated().
static bool IsKnownUnaccelerated(const VideoCodec& codec,
MediaCodecDirection direction);
// Create, start, and return a VideoCodecBridge decoder or NULL on failure.
static VideoCodecBridge* CreateDecoder(
const VideoCodec& codec, // e.g. media::kCodecVP8
bool is_secure,
const gfx::Size& size, // Output frame size.
jobject surface, // Output surface, optional.
jobject media_crypto); // MediaCrypto object, optional.
// Create, start, and return a VideoCodecBridge encoder or NULL on failure.
static VideoCodecBridge* CreateEncoder(
const VideoCodec& codec, // e.g. media::kCodecVP8
const gfx::Size& size, // input frame size
int bit_rate, // bits/second
int frame_rate, // frames/second
int i_frame_interval, // count
int color_format); // MediaCodecInfo.CodecCapabilities.
void SetVideoBitrate(int bps);
void RequestKeyFrameSoon();
// Returns whether adaptive playback is supported for this object given
// the new size.
bool IsAdaptivePlaybackSupported(int width, int height);
// Test-only method to set the return value of IsAdaptivePlaybackSupported().
// Without this function, the return value of that function will be device
// dependent. If |adaptive_playback_supported| is equal to 0, the return value
// will be false. If |adaptive_playback_supported| is larger than 0, the
// return value will be true.
void set_adaptive_playback_supported_for_testing(
int adaptive_playback_supported) {
adaptive_playback_supported_for_testing_ = adaptive_playback_supported;
VideoCodecBridge(const std::string& mime,
bool is_secure,
MediaCodecDirection direction);
int adaptive_playback_supported_for_testing_;
} // namespace media