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* Copyright (c) 2017 The WebRTC project authors. All Rights Reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license
* that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. An additional intellectual property rights grant can be found
* in the file PATENTS. All contributing project authors may
* be found in the AUTHORS file in the root of the source tree.
#include <memory>
#include <vector>
#include "api/audio_codecs/audio_decoder_factory.h"
#include "api/scoped_refptr.h"
#include "rtc_base/ref_counted_object.h"
namespace webrtc {
namespace audio_decoder_factory_template_impl {
template <typename... Ts>
struct Helper;
// Base case: 0 template parameters.
template <>
struct Helper<> {
static void AppendSupportedDecoders(std::vector<AudioCodecSpec>* specs) {}
static bool IsSupportedDecoder(const SdpAudioFormat& format) { return false; }
static std::unique_ptr<AudioDecoder> MakeAudioDecoder(
const SdpAudioFormat& format,
absl::optional<AudioCodecPairId> codec_pair_id) {
return nullptr;
// Inductive case: Called with n + 1 template parameters; calls subroutines
// with n template parameters.
template <typename T, typename... Ts>
struct Helper<T, Ts...> {
static void AppendSupportedDecoders(std::vector<AudioCodecSpec>* specs) {
static bool IsSupportedDecoder(const SdpAudioFormat& format) {
auto opt_config = T::SdpToConfig(format);
absl::optional<typename T::Config>>::value,
"T::SdpToConfig() must return a value of type "
return opt_config ? true : Helper<Ts...>::IsSupportedDecoder(format);
static std::unique_ptr<AudioDecoder> MakeAudioDecoder(
const SdpAudioFormat& format,
absl::optional<AudioCodecPairId> codec_pair_id) {
auto opt_config = T::SdpToConfig(format);
return opt_config ? T::MakeAudioDecoder(*opt_config, codec_pair_id)
: Helper<Ts...>::MakeAudioDecoder(format, codec_pair_id);
template <typename... Ts>
class AudioDecoderFactoryT : public AudioDecoderFactory {
std::vector<AudioCodecSpec> GetSupportedDecoders() override {
std::vector<AudioCodecSpec> specs;
return specs;
bool IsSupportedDecoder(const SdpAudioFormat& format) override {
return Helper<Ts...>::IsSupportedDecoder(format);
std::unique_ptr<AudioDecoder> MakeAudioDecoder(
const SdpAudioFormat& format,
absl::optional<AudioCodecPairId> codec_pair_id) override {
return Helper<Ts...>::MakeAudioDecoder(format, codec_pair_id);
} // namespace audio_decoder_factory_template_impl
// Make an AudioDecoderFactory that can create instances of the given decoders.
// Each decoder type is given as a template argument to the function; it should
// be a struct with the following static member functions:
// // Converts |audio_format| to a ConfigType instance. Returns an empty
// // optional if |audio_format| doesn't correctly specify an decoder of our
// // type.
// absl::optional<ConfigType> SdpToConfig(const SdpAudioFormat& audio_format);
// // Appends zero or more AudioCodecSpecs to the list that will be returned
// // by AudioDecoderFactory::GetSupportedDecoders().
// void AppendSupportedDecoders(std::vector<AudioCodecSpec>* specs);
// // Creates an AudioDecoder for the specified format. Used to implement
// // AudioDecoderFactory::MakeAudioDecoder().
// std::unique_ptr<AudioDecoder> MakeAudioDecoder(
// const ConfigType& config,
// absl::optional<AudioCodecPairId> codec_pair_id);
// ConfigType should be a type that encapsulates all the settings needed to
// create an AudioDecoder. T::Config (where T is the decoder struct) should
// either be the config type, or an alias for it.
// Whenever it tries to do something, the new factory will try each of the
// decoder types in the order they were specified in the template argument
// list, stopping at the first one that claims to be able to do the job.
// TODO(kwiberg): Point at CreateBuiltinAudioDecoderFactory() for an example of
// how it is used.
template <typename... Ts>
rtc::scoped_refptr<AudioDecoderFactory> CreateAudioDecoderFactory() {
// There's no technical reason we couldn't allow zero template parameters,
// but such a factory couldn't create any decoders, and callers can do this
// by mistake by simply forgetting the <> altogether. So we forbid it in
// order to prevent caller foot-shooting.
static_assert(sizeof...(Ts) >= 1,
"Caller must give at least one template parameter");
return rtc::scoped_refptr<AudioDecoderFactory>(
new rtc::RefCountedObject<
} // namespace webrtc