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* Copyright (c) 2016 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 <limits>
#include <vector>
#include "absl/types/optional.h"
#include "api/video/video_sink_interface.h"
#include "rtc_base/system/rtc_export.h"
namespace rtc {
// VideoSinkWants is used for notifying the source of properties a video frame
// should have when it is delivered to a certain sink.
struct RTC_EXPORT VideoSinkWants {
struct FrameSize {
FrameSize(int width, int height) : width(width), height(height) {}
FrameSize(const FrameSize&) = default;
~FrameSize() = default;
int width;
int height;
VideoSinkWants(const VideoSinkWants&);
// Tells the source whether the sink wants frames with rotation applied.
// By default, any rotation must be applied by the sink.
bool rotation_applied = false;
// Tells the source that the sink only wants black frames.
bool black_frames = false;
// Tells the source the maximum number of pixels the sink wants.
int max_pixel_count = std::numeric_limits<int>::max();
// Tells the source the desired number of pixels the sinks wants. This will
// typically be used when stepping the resolution up again when conditions
// have improved after an earlier downgrade. The source should select the
// closest resolution to this pixel count, but if max_pixel_count is set, it
// still sets the absolute upper bound.
absl::optional<int> target_pixel_count;
// Tells the source the maximum framerate the sink wants.
int max_framerate_fps = std::numeric_limits<int>::max();
// Tells the source that the sink wants width and height of the video frames
// to be divisible by |resolution_alignment|.
// For example: With I420, this value would be a multiple of 2.
// Note that this field is unrelated to any horizontal or vertical stride
// requirements the encoder has on the incoming video frame buffers.
int resolution_alignment = 1;
// The resolutions that sink is configured to consume. If the sink is an
// encoder this is what the encoder is configured to encode. In singlecast we
// only encode one resolution, but in simulcast and SVC this can mean multiple
// resolutions per frame.
// The sink is always configured to consume a subset of the
// webrtc::VideoFrame's resolution. In the case of encoding, we usually encode
// at webrtc::VideoFrame's resolution but this may not always be the case due
// to scaleResolutionDownBy or turning off simulcast or SVC layers.
// For example, we may capture at 720p and due to adaptation (e.g. applying
// |max_pixel_count| constraints) create webrtc::VideoFrames of size 480p, but
// if we do scaleResolutionDownBy:2 then the only resolution we end up
// encoding is 240p. In this case we still need to provide webrtc::VideoFrames
// of size 480p but we can optimize internal buffers for 240p, avoiding
// downsampling to 480p if possible.
// Note that the |resolutions| can change while frames are in flight and
// should only be used as a hint when constructing the webrtc::VideoFrame.
std::vector<FrameSize> resolutions;
inline bool operator==(const VideoSinkWants::FrameSize& a,
const VideoSinkWants::FrameSize& b) {
return a.width == b.width && a.height == b.height;
template <typename VideoFrameT>
class VideoSourceInterface {
virtual ~VideoSourceInterface() = default;
virtual void AddOrUpdateSink(VideoSinkInterface<VideoFrameT>* sink,
const VideoSinkWants& wants) = 0;
// RemoveSink must guarantee that at the time the method returns,
// there is no current and no future calls to VideoSinkInterface::OnFrame.
virtual void RemoveSink(VideoSinkInterface<VideoFrameT>* sink) = 0;
} // namespace rtc