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/**************************** AAC decoder library ******************************
Author(s): Josef Hoepfl
Description: joint stereo processing
#ifndef STEREO_H
#define STEREO_H
#include "machine_type.h"
#include "FDK_bitstream.h"
#include "common_fix.h"
#define SR_FNA_OUT \
0 /* Additional scaling of the CJointStereo_filterAndAdd()-output to avoid \
overflows. */
/* The scaling factor can be set to 0 if the coefficients are prescaled
* appropriately. */
/* Prescaling via factor SF_FNA_COEFFS is done at compile-time but should only
* be */
/* utilized if the coefficients are stored as FIXP_DBL. (cp. aac_rom.cpp/.h) */
/* The NO_CPLX_PRED_BUGFIX-switch was introduced to enable decoding of
conformance-streams in way that they are comparable to buggy
reference-streams. This is established by storing the prediction direction
for computation of the "downmix MDCT of previous frame". This is not standard
compliant. Once correct reference-streams for complex-stereo-prediction are
available this switch becomes obsolete.
enum { JointStereoMaximumGroups = 8, JointStereoMaximumBands = 64 };
typedef struct {
UCHAR pred_dir; // 0 = prediction from mid to side channel, 1 = vice versa
igf_pred_dir; // 0 = prediction from mid to side channel, 1 = vice versa
UCHAR complex_coef; // 0 = alpha_q_im[x] is 0 for all prediction bands, 1 =
// alpha_q_im[x] is transmitted via bitstream
UCHAR use_prev_frame; // 0 = use current frame for MDST estimation, 1 = use
// current and previous frame
SHORT alpha_q_re[JointStereoMaximumGroups][JointStereoMaximumBands];
SHORT alpha_q_im[JointStereoMaximumGroups][JointStereoMaximumBands];
} CCplxPredictionData;
/* joint stereo scratch memory (valid for this frame) */
typedef struct {
UCHAR MsMaskPresent;
UCHAR MsUsed[JointStereoMaximumBands]; /*!< every arry element contains flags
for up to 8 groups. this array is
also utilized for complex stereo
prediction. */
UCHAR IGF_MsMaskPresent;
UCHAR cplx_pred_flag; /* stereo complex prediction was signalled for this
frame */
UCHAR igf_cplx_pred_flag;
/* The following array and variable are needed for the case when INF is
* active */
FIXP_DBL store_dmx_re_prev[1024];
SHORT store_dmx_re_prev_e;
} CJointStereoData;
/* joint stereo persistent memory */
typedef struct {
UCHAR clearSpectralCoeffs; /* indicates that the spectral coeffs must be
cleared because the transform splitting active
flag of the left and right channel was different
FIXP_DBL *scratchBuffer; /* pointer to scratch buffer */
*spectralCoeffs[2]; /* spectral coefficients of this channel utilized by
complex stereo prediction */
SHORT *specScale[2];
SHORT alpha_q_re_prev[JointStereoMaximumGroups][JointStereoMaximumBands];
SHORT alpha_q_im_prev[JointStereoMaximumGroups][JointStereoMaximumBands];
UCHAR winSeqPrev;
UCHAR winShapePrev;
UCHAR winGroupsPrev;
} CJointStereoPersistentData;
\brief Read joint stereo data from bitstream
The function reads joint stereo data from bitstream.
\param bs bit stream handle data source.
\param pJointStereoData pointer to stereo data structure to receive decoded
data. \param windowGroups number of window groups. \param
scaleFactorBandsTransmitted number of transmitted scalefactor bands. \param
flags decoder flags
\return 0 on success, -1 on error.
int CJointStereo_Read(HANDLE_FDK_BITSTREAM bs,
CJointStereoData *pJointStereoData,
const int windowGroups,
const int scaleFactorBandsTransmitted,
const int max_sfb_ste_clear,
CJointStereoPersistentData *pJointStereoPersistentData,
CCplxPredictionData *cplxPredictionData,
int cplxPredictionActiv, int scaleFactorBandsTotal,
int windowSequence, const UINT flags);
#endif /* #ifndef STEREO_H */