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* Copyright (c) 2013 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 <memory>
#include <jni.h>
#include "webrtc/modules/audio_device/android/audio_manager.h"
#include "webrtc/modules/audio_device/audio_device_generic.h"
#include "webrtc/modules/audio_device/include/audio_device_defines.h"
#include "webrtc/modules/utility/include/helpers_android.h"
#include "webrtc/modules/utility/include/jvm_android.h"
#include "webrtc/rtc_base/thread_checker.h"
namespace webrtc {
// Implements 16-bit mono PCM audio input support for Android using the Java
// AudioRecord interface. Most of the work is done by its Java counterpart in
// This class is created and lives on a thread in
// C++-land, but recorded audio buffers are delivered on a high-priority
// thread managed by the Java class.
// The Java class makes use of AudioEffect features (mainly AEC) which are
// first available in Jelly Bean. If it is instantiated running against earlier
// SDKs, the AEC provided by the APM in WebRTC must be used and enabled
// separately instead.
// An instance must be created and destroyed on one and the same thread.
// All public methods must also be called on the same thread. A thread checker
// will RTC_DCHECK if any method is called on an invalid thread.
// This class uses AttachCurrentThreadIfNeeded to attach to a Java VM if needed
// and detach when the object goes out of scope. Additional thread checking
// guarantees that no other (possibly non attached) thread is used.
class AudioRecordJni {
// Wraps the Java specific parts of the AudioRecordJni into one helper class.
class JavaAudioRecord {
JavaAudioRecord(NativeRegistration* native_registration,
std::unique_ptr<GlobalRef> audio_track);
int InitRecording(int sample_rate, size_t channels);
bool StartRecording();
bool StopRecording();
bool EnableBuiltInAEC(bool enable);
bool EnableBuiltInNS(bool enable);
std::unique_ptr<GlobalRef> audio_record_;
jmethodID init_recording_;
jmethodID start_recording_;
jmethodID stop_recording_;
jmethodID enable_built_in_aec_;
jmethodID enable_built_in_ns_;
explicit AudioRecordJni(AudioManager* audio_manager);
int32_t Init();
int32_t Terminate();
int32_t InitRecording();
bool RecordingIsInitialized() const { return initialized_; }
int32_t StartRecording();
int32_t StopRecording();
bool Recording() const { return recording_; }
void AttachAudioBuffer(AudioDeviceBuffer* audioBuffer);
int32_t EnableBuiltInAEC(bool enable);
int32_t EnableBuiltInAGC(bool enable);
int32_t EnableBuiltInNS(bool enable);
// Called from Java side so we can cache the address of the Java-manged
// |byte_buffer| in |direct_buffer_address_|. The size of the buffer
// is also stored in |direct_buffer_capacity_in_bytes_|.
// This method will be called by the WebRtcAudioRecord constructor, i.e.,
// on the same thread that this object is created on.
static void JNICALL CacheDirectBufferAddress(
JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jobject byte_buffer, jlong nativeAudioRecord);
void OnCacheDirectBufferAddress(JNIEnv* env, jobject byte_buffer);
// Called periodically by the Java based WebRtcAudioRecord object when
// recording has started. Each call indicates that there are |length| new
// bytes recorded in the memory area |direct_buffer_address_| and it is
// now time to send these to the consumer.
// This method is called on a high-priority thread from Java. The name of
// the thread is 'AudioRecordThread'.
static void JNICALL DataIsRecorded(
JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jint length, jlong nativeAudioRecord);
void OnDataIsRecorded(int length);
// Stores thread ID in constructor.
rtc::ThreadChecker thread_checker_;
// Stores thread ID in first call to OnDataIsRecorded() from high-priority
// thread in Java. Detached during construction of this object.
rtc::ThreadChecker thread_checker_java_;
// Calls AttachCurrentThread() if this thread is not attached at construction.
// Also ensures that DetachCurrentThread() is called at destruction.
AttachCurrentThreadIfNeeded attach_thread_if_needed_;
// Wraps the JNI interface pointer and methods associated with it.
std::unique_ptr<JNIEnvironment> j_environment_;
// Contains factory method for creating the Java object.
std::unique_ptr<NativeRegistration> j_native_registration_;
// Wraps the Java specific parts of the AudioRecordJni class.
std::unique_ptr<AudioRecordJni::JavaAudioRecord> j_audio_record_;
// Raw pointer to the audio manger.
const AudioManager* audio_manager_;
// Contains audio parameters provided to this class at construction by the
// AudioManager.
const AudioParameters audio_parameters_;
// Delay estimate of the total round-trip delay (input + output).
// Fixed value set once in AttachAudioBuffer() and it can take one out of two
// possible values. See audio_common.h for details.
int total_delay_in_milliseconds_;
// Cached copy of address to direct audio buffer owned by |j_audio_record_|.
void* direct_buffer_address_;
// Number of bytes in the direct audio buffer owned by |j_audio_record_|.
size_t direct_buffer_capacity_in_bytes_;
// Number audio frames per audio buffer. Each audio frame corresponds to
// one sample of PCM mono data at 16 bits per sample. Hence, each audio
// frame contains 2 bytes (given that the Java layer only supports mono).
// Example: 480 for 48000 Hz or 441 for 44100 Hz.
size_t frames_per_buffer_;
bool initialized_;
bool recording_;
// Raw pointer handle provided to us in AttachAudioBuffer(). Owned by the
// AudioDeviceModuleImpl class and called by AudioDeviceModule::Create().
AudioDeviceBuffer* audio_device_buffer_;
} // namespace webrtc