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Add libvorbis

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......@@ -5,8 +5,8 @@ STATIC_LINKING=0
USE_CODEC_WAVE=1
USE_CODEC_FLAC=1
USE_CODEC_MP3=0
USE_CODEC_VORBIS=1
USE_CODEC_MP3=0
USE_CODEC_OPUS=0
# either mikmod (preferred) or modplug, not both
USE_CODEC_MIKMOD=0
......
/********************************************************************
* *
* THIS FILE IS PART OF THE OggVorbis SOFTWARE CODEC SOURCE CODE. *
* USE, DISTRIBUTION AND REPRODUCTION OF THIS LIBRARY SOURCE IS *
* GOVERNED BY A BSD-STYLE SOURCE LICENSE INCLUDED WITH THIS SOURCE *
* IN 'COPYING'. PLEASE READ THESE TERMS BEFORE DISTRIBUTING. *
* *
* THE OggVorbis SOURCE CODE IS (C) COPYRIGHT 1994-2001 *
* by the Xiph.Org Foundation http://www.xiph.org/ *
********************************************************************
function: libvorbis codec headers
last mod: $Id: codec.h 17021 2010-03-24 09:29:41Z xiphmont $
********************************************************************/
#ifndef _vorbis_codec_h_
#define _vorbis_codec_h_
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"
{
#endif /* __cplusplus */
#include <ogg/ogg.h>
typedef struct vorbis_info{
int version;
int channels;
long rate;
/* The below bitrate declarations are *hints*.
Combinations of the three values carry the following implications:
all three set to the same value:
implies a fixed rate bitstream
only nominal set:
implies a VBR stream that averages the nominal bitrate. No hard
upper/lower limit
upper and or lower set:
implies a VBR bitstream that obeys the bitrate limits. nominal
may also be set to give a nominal rate.
none set:
the coder does not care to speculate.
*/
long bitrate_upper;
long bitrate_nominal;
long bitrate_lower;
long bitrate_window;
void *codec_setup;
} vorbis_info;
/* vorbis_dsp_state buffers the current vorbis audio
analysis/synthesis state. The DSP state belongs to a specific
logical bitstream ****************************************************/
typedef struct vorbis_dsp_state{
int analysisp;
vorbis_info *vi;
float **pcm;
float **pcmret;
int pcm_storage;
int pcm_current;
int pcm_returned;
int preextrapolate;
int eofflag;
long lW;
long W;
long nW;
long centerW;
ogg_int64_t granulepos;
ogg_int64_t sequence;
ogg_int64_t glue_bits;
ogg_int64_t time_bits;
ogg_int64_t floor_bits;
ogg_int64_t res_bits;
void *backend_state;
} vorbis_dsp_state;
typedef struct vorbis_block{
/* necessary stream state for linking to the framing abstraction */
float **pcm; /* this is a pointer into local storage */
oggpack_buffer opb;
long lW;
long W;
long nW;
int pcmend;
int mode;
int eofflag;
ogg_int64_t granulepos;
ogg_int64_t sequence;
vorbis_dsp_state *vd; /* For read-only access of configuration */
/* local storage to avoid remallocing; it's up to the mapping to
structure it */
void *localstore;
long localtop;
long localalloc;
long totaluse;
struct alloc_chain *reap;
/* bitmetrics for the frame */
long glue_bits;
long time_bits;
long floor_bits;
long res_bits;
void *internal;
} vorbis_block;
/* vorbis_block is a single block of data to be processed as part of
the analysis/synthesis stream; it belongs to a specific logical
bitstream, but is independent from other vorbis_blocks belonging to
that logical bitstream. *************************************************/
struct alloc_chain{
void *ptr;
struct alloc_chain *next;
};
/* vorbis_info contains all the setup information specific to the
specific compression/decompression mode in progress (eg,
psychoacoustic settings, channel setup, options, codebook
etc). vorbis_info and substructures are in backends.h.
*********************************************************************/
/* the comments are not part of vorbis_info so that vorbis_info can be
static storage */
typedef struct vorbis_comment{
/* unlimited user comment fields. libvorbis writes 'libvorbis'
whatever vendor is set to in encode */
char **user_comments;
int *comment_lengths;
int comments;
char *vendor;
} vorbis_comment;
/* libvorbis encodes in two abstraction layers; first we perform DSP
and produce a packet (see docs/analysis.txt). The packet is then
coded into a framed OggSquish bitstream by the second layer (see
docs/framing.txt). Decode is the reverse process; we sync/frame
the bitstream and extract individual packets, then decode the
packet back into PCM audio.
The extra framing/packetizing is used in streaming formats, such as
files. Over the net (such as with UDP), the framing and
packetization aren't necessary as they're provided by the transport
and the streaming layer is not used */
/* Vorbis PRIMITIVES: general ***************************************/
extern void vorbis_info_init(vorbis_info *vi);
extern void vorbis_info_clear(vorbis_info *vi);
extern int vorbis_info_blocksize(vorbis_info *vi,int zo);
extern void vorbis_comment_init(vorbis_comment *vc);
extern void vorbis_comment_add(vorbis_comment *vc, const char *comment);
extern void vorbis_comment_add_tag(vorbis_comment *vc,
const char *tag, const char *contents);
extern char *vorbis_comment_query(vorbis_comment *vc, const char *tag, int count);
extern int vorbis_comment_query_count(vorbis_comment *vc, const char *tag);
extern void vorbis_comment_clear(vorbis_comment *vc);
extern int vorbis_block_init(vorbis_dsp_state *v, vorbis_block *vb);
extern int vorbis_block_clear(vorbis_block *vb);
extern void vorbis_dsp_clear(vorbis_dsp_state *v);
extern double vorbis_granule_time(vorbis_dsp_state *v,
ogg_int64_t granulepos);
extern const char *vorbis_version_string(void);
/* Vorbis PRIMITIVES: analysis/DSP layer ****************************/
extern int vorbis_analysis_init(vorbis_dsp_state *v,vorbis_info *vi);
extern int vorbis_commentheader_out(vorbis_comment *vc, ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_analysis_headerout(vorbis_dsp_state *v,
vorbis_comment *vc,
ogg_packet *op,
ogg_packet *op_comm,
ogg_packet *op_code);
extern float **vorbis_analysis_buffer(vorbis_dsp_state *v,int vals);
extern int vorbis_analysis_wrote(vorbis_dsp_state *v,int vals);
extern int vorbis_analysis_blockout(vorbis_dsp_state *v,vorbis_block *vb);
extern int vorbis_analysis(vorbis_block *vb,ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_bitrate_addblock(vorbis_block *vb);
extern int vorbis_bitrate_flushpacket(vorbis_dsp_state *vd,
ogg_packet *op);
/* Vorbis PRIMITIVES: synthesis layer *******************************/
extern int vorbis_synthesis_idheader(ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_headerin(vorbis_info *vi,vorbis_comment *vc,
ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_init(vorbis_dsp_state *v,vorbis_info *vi);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_restart(vorbis_dsp_state *v);
extern int vorbis_synthesis(vorbis_block *vb,ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_trackonly(vorbis_block *vb,ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_blockin(vorbis_dsp_state *v,vorbis_block *vb);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_pcmout(vorbis_dsp_state *v,float ***pcm);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_lapout(vorbis_dsp_state *v,float ***pcm);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_read(vorbis_dsp_state *v,int samples);
extern long vorbis_packet_blocksize(vorbis_info *vi,ogg_packet *op);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_halfrate(vorbis_info *v,int flag);
extern int vorbis_synthesis_halfrate_p(vorbis_info *v);
/* Vorbis ERRORS and return codes ***********************************/
#define OV_FALSE -1
#define OV_EOF -2
#define OV_HOLE -3
#define OV_EREAD -128
#define OV_EFAULT -129
#define OV_EIMPL -130
#define OV_EINVAL -131
#define OV_ENOTVORBIS -132
#define OV_EBADHEADER -133
#define OV_EVERSION -134
#define OV_ENOTAUDIO -135
#define OV_EBADPACKET -136
#define OV_EBADLINK -137
#define OV_ENOSEEK -138
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif /* __cplusplus */
#endif
/********************************************************************
* *
* THIS FILE IS PART OF THE OggVorbis SOFTWARE CODEC SOURCE CODE. *
* USE, DISTRIBUTION AND REPRODUCTION OF THIS LIBRARY SOURCE IS *
* GOVERNED BY A BSD-STYLE SOURCE LICENSE INCLUDED WITH THIS SOURCE *
* IN 'COPYING'. PLEASE READ THESE TERMS BEFORE DISTRIBUTING. *
* *
* THE OggVorbis SOURCE CODE IS (C) COPYRIGHT 1994-2001 *
* by the Xiph.Org Foundation http://www.xiph.org/ *
* *
********************************************************************
function: vorbis encode-engine setup
last mod: $Id: vorbisenc.h 17021 2010-03-24 09:29:41Z xiphmont $
********************************************************************/
/** \file
* Libvorbisenc is a convenient API for setting up an encoding
* environment using libvorbis. Libvorbisenc encapsulates the
* actions needed to set up the encoder properly.
*/
#ifndef _OV_ENC_H_
#define _OV_ENC_H_
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"
{
#endif /* __cplusplus */
#include "codec.h"
/**
* This is the primary function within libvorbisenc for setting up managed
* bitrate modes.
*
* Before this function is called, the \ref vorbis_info
* struct should be initialized by using vorbis_info_init() from the libvorbis
* API. After encoding, vorbis_info_clear() should be called.
*
* The max_bitrate, nominal_bitrate, and min_bitrate settings are used to set
* constraints for the encoded file. This function uses these settings to
* select the appropriate encoding mode and set it up.
*
* \param vi Pointer to an initialized \ref vorbis_info struct.
* \param channels The number of channels to be encoded.
* \param rate The sampling rate of the source audio.
* \param max_bitrate Desired maximum bitrate (limit). -1 indicates unset.
* \param nominal_bitrate Desired average, or central, bitrate. -1 indicates unset.
* \param min_bitrate Desired minimum bitrate. -1 indicates unset.
*
* \return Zero for success, and negative values for failure.
*
* \retval 0 Success.
* \retval OV_EFAULT Internal logic fault; indicates a bug or heap/stack corruption.
* \retval OV_EINVAL Invalid setup request, eg, out of range argument.
* \retval OV_EIMPL Unimplemented mode; unable to comply with bitrate request.
*/
extern int vorbis_encode_init(vorbis_info *vi,
long channels,
long rate,
long max_bitrate,
long nominal_bitrate,
long min_bitrate);
/**
* This function performs step-one of a three-step bitrate-managed encode
* setup. It functions similarly to the one-step setup performed by \ref
* vorbis_encode_init but allows an application to make further encode setup
* tweaks using \ref vorbis_encode_ctl before finally calling \ref
* vorbis_encode_setup_init to complete the setup process.
*
* Before this function is called, the \ref vorbis_info struct should be
* initialized by using vorbis_info_init() from the libvorbis API. After
* encoding, vorbis_info_clear() should be called.
*
* The max_bitrate, nominal_bitrate, and min_bitrate settings are used to set
* constraints for the encoded file. This function uses these settings to
* select the appropriate encoding mode and set it up.
*
* \param vi Pointer to an initialized vorbis_info struct.
* \param channels The number of channels to be encoded.
* \param rate The sampling rate of the source audio.
* \param max_bitrate Desired maximum bitrate (limit). -1 indicates unset.
* \param nominal_bitrate Desired average, or central, bitrate. -1 indicates unset.
* \param min_bitrate Desired minimum bitrate. -1 indicates unset.
*
* \return Zero for success, and negative for failure.
*
* \retval 0 Success
* \retval OV_EFAULT Internal logic fault; indicates a bug or heap/stack corruption.
* \retval OV_EINVAL Invalid setup request, eg, out of range argument.
* \retval OV_EIMPL Unimplemented mode; unable to comply with bitrate request.
*/
extern int vorbis_encode_setup_managed(vorbis_info *vi,
long channels,
long rate,
long max_bitrate,
long nominal_bitrate,
long min_bitrate);
/**
* This function performs step-one of a three-step variable bitrate
* (quality-based) encode setup. It functions similarly to the one-step setup
* performed by \ref vorbis_encode_init_vbr() but allows an application to
* make further encode setup tweaks using \ref vorbis_encode_ctl() before
* finally calling \ref vorbis_encode_setup_init to complete the setup
* process.
*
* Before this function is called, the \ref vorbis_info struct should be
* initialized by using \ref vorbis_info_init() from the libvorbis API. After
* encoding, vorbis_info_clear() should be called.
*
* \param vi Pointer to an initialized vorbis_info struct.
* \param channels The number of channels to be encoded.
* \param rate The sampling rate of the source audio.
* \param quality Desired quality level, currently from -0.1 to 1.0 (lo to hi).
*
* \return Zero for success, and negative values for failure.
*
* \retval 0 Success
* \retval OV_EFAULT Internal logic fault; indicates a bug or heap/stack corruption.
* \retval OV_EINVAL Invalid setup request, eg, out of range argument.
* \retval OV_EIMPL Unimplemented mode; unable to comply with quality level request.
*/
extern int vorbis_encode_setup_vbr(vorbis_info *vi,
long channels,
long rate,
float quality
);
/**
* This is the primary function within libvorbisenc for setting up variable
* bitrate ("quality" based) modes.
*
*
* Before this function is called, the vorbis_info struct should be
* initialized by using vorbis_info_init() from the libvorbis API. After
* encoding, vorbis_info_clear() should be called.
*
* \param vi Pointer to an initialized vorbis_info struct.
* \param channels The number of channels to be encoded.
* \param rate The sampling rate of the source audio.
* \param base_quality Desired quality level, currently from -0.1 to 1.0 (lo to hi).
*
*
* \return Zero for success, or a negative number for failure.
*
* \retval 0 Success
* \retval OV_EFAULT Internal logic fault; indicates a bug or heap/stack corruption.
* \retval OV_EINVAL Invalid setup request, eg, out of range argument.
* \retval OV_EIMPL Unimplemented mode; unable to comply with quality level request.
*/
extern int vorbis_encode_init_vbr(vorbis_info *vi,
long channels,
long rate,
float base_quality
);
/**
* This function performs the last stage of three-step encoding setup, as
* described in the API overview under managed bitrate modes.
*
* Before this function is called, the \ref vorbis_info struct should be
* initialized by using vorbis_info_init() from the libvorbis API, one of
* \ref vorbis_encode_setup_managed() or \ref vorbis_encode_setup_vbr() called to
* initialize the high-level encoding setup, and \ref vorbis_encode_ctl()
* called if necessary to make encoding setup changes.
* vorbis_encode_setup_init() finalizes the highlevel encoding structure into
* a complete encoding setup after which the application may make no further
* setup changes.
*
* After encoding, vorbis_info_clear() should be called.
*
* \param vi Pointer to an initialized \ref vorbis_info struct.
*
* \return Zero for success, and negative values for failure.
*
* \retval 0 Success.
* \retval OV_EFAULT Internal logic fault; indicates a bug or heap/stack corruption.
*
* \retval OV_EINVAL Attempt to use vorbis_encode_setup_init() without first
* calling one of vorbis_encode_setup_managed() or vorbis_encode_setup_vbr() to
* initialize the high-level encoding setup
*
*/
extern int vorbis_encode_setup_init(vorbis_info *vi);
/**
* This function implements a generic interface to miscellaneous encoder
* settings similar to the classic UNIX 'ioctl()' system call. Applications
* may use vorbis_encode_ctl() to query or set bitrate management or quality
* mode details by using one of several \e request arguments detailed below.
* vorbis_encode_ctl() must be called after one of
* vorbis_encode_setup_managed() or vorbis_encode_setup_vbr(). When used
* to modify settings, \ref vorbis_encode_ctl() must be called before \ref
* vorbis_encode_setup_init().
*
* \param vi Pointer to an initialized vorbis_info struct.
*
* \param number Specifies the desired action; See \ref encctlcodes "the list
* of available requests".
*
* \param arg void * pointing to a data structure matching the request
* argument.
*
* \retval 0 Success. Any further return information (such as the result of a
* query) is placed into the storage pointed to by *arg.
*
* \retval OV_EINVAL Invalid argument, or an attempt to modify a setting after
* calling vorbis_encode_setup_init().
*
* \retval OV_EIMPL Unimplemented or unknown request
*/
extern int vorbis_encode_ctl(vorbis_info *vi,int number,void *arg);
/**
* \deprecated This is a deprecated interface. Please use vorbis_encode_ctl()
* with the \ref ovectl_ratemanage2_arg struct and \ref
* OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_GET and \ref OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_SET calls in new code.
*
* The \ref ovectl_ratemanage_arg structure is used with vorbis_encode_ctl()
* and the \ref OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE_GET, \ref OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE_SET, \ref
* OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE_AVG, \ref OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE_HARD calls in order to
* query and modify specifics of the encoder's bitrate management
* configuration.
*/
struct ovectl_ratemanage_arg {
int management_active; /**< nonzero if bitrate management is active*/
/** hard lower limit (in kilobits per second) below which the stream bitrate
will never be allowed for any given bitrate_hard_window seconds of time.*/
long bitrate_hard_min;
/** hard upper limit (in kilobits per second) above which the stream bitrate
will never be allowed for any given bitrate_hard_window seconds of time.*/
long bitrate_hard_max;
/** the window period (in seconds) used to regulate the hard bitrate minimum
and maximum*/
double bitrate_hard_window;
/** soft lower limit (in kilobits per second) below which the average bitrate
tracker will start nudging the bitrate higher.*/
long bitrate_av_lo;
/** soft upper limit (in kilobits per second) above which the average bitrate
tracker will start nudging the bitrate lower.*/
long bitrate_av_hi;
/** the window period (in seconds) used to regulate the average bitrate
minimum and maximum.*/
double bitrate_av_window;
/** Regulates the relative centering of the average and hard windows; in
libvorbis 1.0 and 1.0.1, the hard window regulation overlapped but
followed the average window regulation. In libvorbis 1.1 a bit-reservoir
interface replaces the old windowing interface; the older windowing
interface is simulated and this field has no effect.*/
double bitrate_av_window_center;
};
/**
* \name struct ovectl_ratemanage2_arg
*
* The ovectl_ratemanage2_arg structure is used with vorbis_encode_ctl() and
* the OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_GET and OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_SET calls in order to
* query and modify specifics of the encoder's bitrate management
* configuration.
*
*/
struct ovectl_ratemanage2_arg {
int management_active; /**< nonzero if bitrate management is active */
/** Lower allowed bitrate limit in kilobits per second */
long bitrate_limit_min_kbps;
/** Upper allowed bitrate limit in kilobits per second */
long bitrate_limit_max_kbps;
long bitrate_limit_reservoir_bits; /**<Size of the bitrate reservoir in bits */
/** Regulates the bitrate reservoir's preferred fill level in a range from 0.0
* to 1.0; 0.0 tries to bank bits to buffer against future bitrate spikes, 1.0
* buffers against future sudden drops in instantaneous bitrate. Default is
* 0.1
*/
double bitrate_limit_reservoir_bias;
/** Average bitrate setting in kilobits per second */
long bitrate_average_kbps;
/** Slew rate limit setting for average bitrate adjustment; sets the minimum
* time in seconds the bitrate tracker may swing from one extreme to the
* other when boosting or damping average bitrate.
*/
double bitrate_average_damping;
};
/**
* \name vorbis_encode_ctl() codes
*
* \anchor encctlcodes
*
* These values are passed as the \c number parameter of vorbis_encode_ctl().
* The type of the referent of that function's \c arg pointer depends on these
* codes.
*/
/*@{*/
/**
* Query the current encoder bitrate management setting.
*
*Argument: <tt>struct ovectl_ratemanage2_arg *</tt>
*
* Used to query the current encoder bitrate management setting. Also used to
* initialize fields of an ovectl_ratemanage2_arg structure for use with
* \ref OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_SET.
*/
#define OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_GET 0x14
/**
* Set the current encoder bitrate management settings.
*
* Argument: <tt>struct ovectl_ratemanage2_arg *</tt>
*
* Used to set the current encoder bitrate management settings to the values
* listed in the ovectl_ratemanage2_arg. Passing a NULL pointer will disable
* bitrate management.
*/
#define OV_ECTL_RATEMANAGE2_SET 0x15
/**
* Returns the current encoder hard-lowpass setting (kHz) in the double
* pointed to by arg.
*
* Argument: <tt>double *</tt>
*/
#define OV_ECTL_LOWPASS_GET 0x20
/**
* Sets the encoder hard-lowpass to the value (kHz) pointed to by arg. Valid
* lowpass settings range from 2 to 99.
*
* Argument: <tt>double *</tt>
*/
#define OV_ECTL_LOWPASS_SET 0x21
/**
* Returns the current encoder impulse block setting in the double pointed
* to by arg.
*
* Argument: <tt>double *</tt>
*/
#define OV_ECTL_IBLOCK_GET 0x30
/**
* Sets the impulse block bias to the the value pointed to by arg.
*
* Argument: <tt>double *</tt>
*
* Valid range is -15.0 to 0.0 [default]. A negative impulse block bias will
* direct to encoder to use more bits when incoding short blocks that contain
* strong impulses, thus improving the accuracy of impulse encoding.
*/
#define OV_ECTL_IBLOCK_SET 0x31
/**
* Returns the current encoder coupling setting in the int pointed
* to by arg.
*
* Argument: <tt>int *</tt>
*/
#define OV_ECTL_COUPLING_GET 0x40
/**