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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: LGPL-2.1-or-later */
* \todo Document the interface and remove the related EXCLUDE_PATTERNS entry.
module ipa.RPi;
import "include/libcamera/ipa/core.mojom";
enum BufferMask {
MaskID = 0x00ffff,
MaskStats = 0x010000,
MaskEmbeddedData = 0x020000,
MaskBayerData = 0x040000,
MaskExternalBuffer = 0x100000,
/* Size of the LS grid allocation. */
const uint32 MaxLsGridSize = 0x8000;
struct SensorConfig {
uint32 gainDelay;
uint32 exposureDelay;
uint32 vblankDelay;
uint32 sensorMetadata;
struct ISPConfig {
uint32 embeddedBufferId;
uint32 bayerBufferId;
bool embeddedBufferPresent;
libcamera.ControlList controls;
struct IPAConfig {
uint32 transform;
libcamera.SharedFD lsTableHandle;
struct StartConfig {
libcamera.ControlList controls;
int32 dropFrameCount;
interface IPARPiInterface {
init(libcamera.IPASettings settings)
=> (int32 ret, SensorConfig sensorConfig);
start(libcamera.ControlList controls) => (StartConfig startConfig);
* \fn configure()
* \brief Configure the IPA stream and sensor settings
* \param[in] sensorInfo Camera sensor information
* \param[in] streamConfig Configuration of all active streams
* \param[in] entityControls Controls provided by the pipeline entities
* \param[in] ipaConfig Pipeline-handler-specific configuration data
* \param[out] controls Controls to apply by the pipeline entity
* This function shall be called when the camera is configured to inform
* the IPA of the camera's streams and the sensor settings.
* The \a sensorInfo conveys information about the camera sensor settings that
* the pipeline handler has selected for the configuration.
* The \a ipaConfig and \a controls parameters carry data passed by the
* pipeline handler to the IPA and back.
configure(libcamera.IPACameraSensorInfo sensorInfo,
map<uint32, libcamera.IPAStream> streamConfig,
map<uint32, libcamera.ControlInfoMap> entityControls,
IPAConfig ipaConfig)
=> (int32 ret, libcamera.ControlList controls);
* \fn mapBuffers()
* \brief Map buffers shared between the pipeline handler and the IPA
* \param[in] buffers List of buffers to map
* This function informs the IPA module of memory buffers set up by the
* pipeline handler that the IPA needs to access. It provides dmabuf
* file handles for each buffer, and associates the buffers with unique
* numerical IDs.
* IPAs shall map the dmabuf file handles to their address space and
* keep a cache of the mappings, indexed by the buffer numerical IDs.
* The IDs are used in all other IPA interface functions to refer to
* buffers, including the unmapBuffers() function.
* All buffers that the pipeline handler wishes to share with an IPA
* shall be mapped with this function. Buffers may be mapped all at once
* with a single call, or mapped and unmapped dynamically at runtime,
* depending on the IPA protocol. Regardless of the protocol, all
* buffers mapped at a given time shall have unique numerical IDs.
* The numerical IDs have no meaning defined by the IPA interface, and
* should be treated as opaque handles by IPAs, with the only exception
* that ID zero is invalid.
* \sa unmapBuffers()
mapBuffers(array<libcamera.IPABuffer> buffers);
* \fn unmapBuffers()
* \brief Unmap buffers shared by the pipeline to the IPA
* \param[in] ids List of buffer IDs to unmap
* This function removes mappings set up with mapBuffers(). Numerical
* IDs of unmapped buffers may be reused when mapping new buffers.
* \sa mapBuffers()
unmapBuffers(array<uint32> ids);
[async] signalStatReady(uint32 bufferId);
[async] signalQueueRequest(libcamera.ControlList controls);
[async] signalIspPrepare(ISPConfig data);
interface IPARPiEventInterface {
statsMetadataComplete(uint32 bufferId, libcamera.ControlList controls);
runIsp(uint32 bufferId);
embeddedComplete(uint32 bufferId);
setIspControls(libcamera.ControlList controls);
setDelayedControls(libcamera.ControlList controls);