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* Copyright (c) 2014 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 <stdint.h>
#include <utility>
#include "absl/types/optional.h"
#include "api/rtp_packet_infos.h"
#include "api/scoped_refptr.h"
#include "api/video/color_space.h"
#include "api/video/hdr_metadata.h"
#include "api/video/video_frame_buffer.h"
#include "api/video/video_rotation.h"
#include "rtc_base/checks.h"
#include "rtc_base/system/rtc_export.h"
namespace webrtc {
class RTC_EXPORT VideoFrame {
struct RTC_EXPORT UpdateRect {
int offset_x;
int offset_y;
int width;
int height;
// Makes this UpdateRect a bounding box of this and other rect.
void Union(const UpdateRect& other);
// Makes this UpdateRect an intersection of this and other rect.
void Intersect(const UpdateRect& other);
// Sets everything to 0, making this UpdateRect a zero-size (empty) update.
void MakeEmptyUpdate();
bool IsEmpty() const;
// Per-member equality check. Empty rectangles with different offsets would
// be considered different.
bool operator==(const UpdateRect& other) const {
return other.offset_x == offset_x && other.offset_y == offset_y &&
other.width == width && other.height == height;
bool operator!=(const UpdateRect& other) const { return !(*this == other); }
// Scales update_rect given original frame dimensions.
// Cropping is applied first, then rect is scaled down.
// Update rect is snapped to 2x2 grid due to possible UV subsampling and
// then expanded by additional 2 pixels in each direction to accommodate any
// possible scaling artifacts.
// Note, close but not equal update_rects on original frame may result in
// the same scaled update rects.
UpdateRect ScaleWithFrame(int frame_width,
int frame_height,
int crop_x,
int crop_y,
int crop_width,
int crop_height,
int scaled_width,
int scaled_height) const;
struct RTC_EXPORT ProcessingTime {
TimeDelta Elapsed() const { return finish - start; }
Timestamp start;
Timestamp finish;
// Preferred way of building VideoFrame objects.
class RTC_EXPORT Builder {
VideoFrame build();
Builder& set_video_frame_buffer(
const rtc::scoped_refptr<VideoFrameBuffer>& buffer);
Builder& set_timestamp_ms(int64_t timestamp_ms);
Builder& set_timestamp_us(int64_t timestamp_us);
Builder& set_timestamp_rtp(uint32_t timestamp_rtp);
Builder& set_ntp_time_ms(int64_t ntp_time_ms);
Builder& set_rotation(VideoRotation rotation);
Builder& set_color_space(const absl::optional<ColorSpace>& color_space);
Builder& set_color_space(const ColorSpace* color_space);
Builder& set_id(uint16_t id);
Builder& set_update_rect(const absl::optional<UpdateRect>& update_rect);
Builder& set_packet_infos(RtpPacketInfos packet_infos);
uint16_t id_ = 0;
rtc::scoped_refptr<webrtc::VideoFrameBuffer> video_frame_buffer_;
int64_t timestamp_us_ = 0;
uint32_t timestamp_rtp_ = 0;
int64_t ntp_time_ms_ = 0;
VideoRotation rotation_ = kVideoRotation_0;
absl::optional<ColorSpace> color_space_;
absl::optional<UpdateRect> update_rect_;
RtpPacketInfos packet_infos_;
// To be deprecated. Migrate all use to Builder.
VideoFrame(const rtc::scoped_refptr<VideoFrameBuffer>& buffer,
webrtc::VideoRotation rotation,
int64_t timestamp_us);
VideoFrame(const rtc::scoped_refptr<VideoFrameBuffer>& buffer,
uint32_t timestamp_rtp,
int64_t render_time_ms,
VideoRotation rotation);
// Support move and copy.
VideoFrame(const VideoFrame&);
VideoFrame& operator=(const VideoFrame&);
VideoFrame& operator=(VideoFrame&&);
// Get frame width.
int width() const;
// Get frame height.
int height() const;
// Get frame size in pixels.
uint32_t size() const;
// Get frame ID. Returns 0 if ID is not set. Not guaranteed to be transferred
// from the sender to the receiver, but preserved on the sender side. The id
// should be propagated between all frame modifications during its lifetime
// from capturing to sending as encoded image. It is intended to be unique
// over a time window of a few minutes for the peer connection to which the
// corresponding video stream belongs to.
uint16_t id() const { return id_; }
void set_id(uint16_t id) { id_ = id; }
// System monotonic clock, same timebase as rtc::TimeMicros().
int64_t timestamp_us() const { return timestamp_us_; }
void set_timestamp_us(int64_t timestamp_us) { timestamp_us_ = timestamp_us; }
// TODO(nisse): After the cricket::VideoFrame and webrtc::VideoFrame
// merge, timestamps other than timestamp_us will likely be
// deprecated.
// Set frame timestamp (90kHz).
void set_timestamp(uint32_t timestamp) { timestamp_rtp_ = timestamp; }
// Get frame timestamp (90kHz).
uint32_t timestamp() const { return timestamp_rtp_; }
// For now, transport_frame_id and rtp timestamp are the same.
// TODO(nisse): Must be handled differently for QUIC.
uint32_t transport_frame_id() const { return timestamp(); }
// Set capture ntp time in milliseconds.
void set_ntp_time_ms(int64_t ntp_time_ms) { ntp_time_ms_ = ntp_time_ms; }
// Get capture ntp time in milliseconds.
int64_t ntp_time_ms() const { return ntp_time_ms_; }
// Naming convention for Coordination of Video Orientation. Please see
// "pending rotation" or "pending" = a frame that has a VideoRotation > 0.
// "not pending" = a frame that has a VideoRotation == 0.
// "apply rotation" = modify a frame from being "pending" to being "not
// pending" rotation (a no-op for "unrotated").
VideoRotation rotation() const { return rotation_; }
void set_rotation(VideoRotation rotation) { rotation_ = rotation; }
// Get color space when available.
const absl::optional<ColorSpace>& color_space() const { return color_space_; }
void set_color_space(const absl::optional<ColorSpace>& color_space) {
color_space_ = color_space;
// max_composition_delay_in_frames() is used in an experiment of a low-latency
// renderer algorithm see
absl::optional<int32_t> max_composition_delay_in_frames() const {
return max_composition_delay_in_frames_;
void set_max_composition_delay_in_frames(
absl::optional<int32_t> max_composition_delay_in_frames) {
max_composition_delay_in_frames_ = max_composition_delay_in_frames;
// Get render time in milliseconds.
// TODO(nisse): Deprecated. Migrate all users to timestamp_us().
int64_t render_time_ms() const;
// Return the underlying buffer. Never nullptr for a properly
// initialized VideoFrame.
rtc::scoped_refptr<webrtc::VideoFrameBuffer> video_frame_buffer() const;
void set_video_frame_buffer(
const rtc::scoped_refptr<VideoFrameBuffer>& buffer);
// TODO(nisse): Deprecated.
// Return true if the frame is stored in a texture.
bool is_texture() const {
return video_frame_buffer()->type() == VideoFrameBuffer::Type::kNative;
bool has_update_rect() const { return update_rect_.has_value(); }
// Returns update_rect set by the builder or set_update_rect() or whole frame
// rect if no update rect is available.
UpdateRect update_rect() const {
return update_rect_.value_or(UpdateRect{0, 0, width(), height()});
// Rectangle must be within the frame dimensions.
void set_update_rect(const VideoFrame::UpdateRect& update_rect) {
RTC_DCHECK_GE(update_rect.offset_x, 0);
RTC_DCHECK_GE(update_rect.offset_y, 0);
RTC_DCHECK_LE(update_rect.offset_x + update_rect.width, width());
RTC_DCHECK_LE(update_rect.offset_y + update_rect.height, height());
update_rect_ = update_rect;
void clear_update_rect() { update_rect_ = absl::nullopt; }
// Get information about packets used to assemble this video frame. Might be
// empty if the information isn't available.
const RtpPacketInfos& packet_infos() const { return packet_infos_; }
void set_packet_infos(RtpPacketInfos value) {
packet_infos_ = std::move(value);
const absl::optional<ProcessingTime> processing_time() const {
return processing_time_;
void set_processing_time(const ProcessingTime& processing_time) {
processing_time_ = processing_time;
VideoFrame(uint16_t id,
const rtc::scoped_refptr<VideoFrameBuffer>& buffer,
int64_t timestamp_us,
uint32_t timestamp_rtp,
int64_t ntp_time_ms,
VideoRotation rotation,
const absl::optional<ColorSpace>& color_space,
const absl::optional<UpdateRect>& update_rect,
RtpPacketInfos packet_infos);
uint16_t id_;
// An opaque reference counted handle that stores the pixel data.
rtc::scoped_refptr<webrtc::VideoFrameBuffer> video_frame_buffer_;
uint32_t timestamp_rtp_;
int64_t ntp_time_ms_;
int64_t timestamp_us_;
VideoRotation rotation_;
absl::optional<ColorSpace> color_space_;
absl::optional<int32_t> max_composition_delay_in_frames_;
// Updated since the last frame area. If present it means that the bounding
// box of all the changes is within the rectangular area and is close to it.
// If absent, it means that there's no information about the change at all and
// update_rect() will return a rectangle corresponding to the entire frame.
absl::optional<UpdateRect> update_rect_;
// Information about packets used to assemble this video frame. This is needed
// by |SourceTracker| when the frame is delivered to the RTCRtpReceiver's
// MediaStreamTrack, in order to implement getContributingSources(). See:
RtpPacketInfos packet_infos_;
// Processing timestamps of the frame. For received video frames these are the
// timestamps when the frame is sent to the decoder and the decoded image
// returned from the decoder.
// Currently, not set for locally captured video frames.
absl::optional<ProcessingTime> processing_time_;
} // namespace webrtc