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/******************* MPEG transport format decoder library *********************
Author(s): Josef Hoepfl
Description: ADTS interface
#ifndef TPDEC_ADTS_H
#define TPDEC_ADTS_H
#include "tpdec_lib.h"
#define ADTS_SYNCWORD (0xfff)
#define ADTS_SYNCLENGTH (12) /* in bits */
#define ADTS_HEADERLENGTH (56) /* minimum header size in bits */
#define ADTS_FIXED_HEADERLENGTH (28) /* in bits */
#define ADTS_MIN_TP_BUF_SIZE (8191 + 2)
#define ADTS_MIN_TP_BUF_SIZE (8191)
#include "FDK_crc.h"
typedef struct {
/* ADTS header fields */
UCHAR mpeg_id;
UCHAR layer;
UCHAR protection_absent;
UCHAR profile;
UCHAR sample_freq_index;
UCHAR private_bit;
UCHAR channel_config;
UCHAR original;
UCHAR home;
UCHAR copyright_id;
UCHAR copyright_start;
USHORT frame_length;
USHORT adts_fullness;
UCHAR num_raw_blocks;
UCHAR num_pce_bits;
struct STRUCT_ADTS {
UCHAR decoderCanDoMpeg4;
UCHAR BufferFullnesStartFlag;
FDK_CRCINFO crcInfo; /* CRC state info */
USHORT crcReadValue; /* CRC value read from bitstream data */
USHORT rawDataBlockDist[4]; /* distance between each raw data block. Not the
same as found in the bitstream */
typedef struct STRUCT_ADTS *HANDLE_ADTS;
\brief Initialize ADTS CRC
The function initialzes the crc buffer and the crc lookup table.
\return none
void adtsRead_CrcInit(HANDLE_ADTS pAdts);
* \brief Starts CRC region with a maximum number of bits
* If mBits is positive zero padding will be used for CRC calculation, if
* there are less than mBits bits available. If mBits is negative no zero
* padding is done. If mBits is zero the memory for the buffer is
* allocated dynamically, the number of bits is not limited.
* \param pAdts ADTS data handle
* \param hBs bitstream handle, on which the CRC region referes to
* \param mBits max number of bits in crc region to be considered
* \return ID for the created region, -1 in case of an error
int adtsRead_CrcStartReg(HANDLE_ADTS pAdts, HANDLE_FDK_BITSTREAM hBs,
int mBits);
* \brief Ends CRC region identified by reg
* \param pAdts ADTS data handle
* \param hBs bitstream handle, on which the CRC region referes to
* \param reg CRC regions ID returned by adtsRead_CrcStartReg()
* \return none
void adtsRead_CrcEndReg(HANDLE_ADTS pAdts, HANDLE_FDK_BITSTREAM hBs, int reg);
* \brief Check CRC
* Checks if the currently calculated CRC matches the CRC field read from the
* bitstream Deletes all CRC regions.
* \param pAdts ADTS data handle
* \return Returns 0 if they are identical otherwise 1
* \brief Check if we have a valid ADTS frame at the current bitbuffer position
* This function assumes enough bits in buffer for the current frame.
* It reads out the header bits to prepare the bitbuffer for the decode loop.
* In case the header bits show an invalid bitstream/frame, the whole frame is
* skipped.
* \param pAdts ADTS data handle which is filled with parsed ADTS header data
* \param bs handle of bitstream from whom the ADTS header is read
* \return error status
CSAudioSpecificConfig *pAsc,
const INT ignoreBufferFullness);
* \brief Get the raw data block length of the given block number.
* \param pAdts ADTS data handle
* \param blockNum current raw data block index
* \param pLength pointer to an INT where the length of the given raw data block
* is stored into the returned value might be -1, in which case the raw data
* block length is unknown.
* \return error status
int adtsRead_GetRawDataBlockLength(HANDLE_ADTS pAdts, INT blockNum);
#endif /* TPDEC_ADTS_H */