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fe6d69c0Stephen Paul Weber import-tar 7 months ago
                                                                                
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/*
 * jitterbuf: an application-independent jitterbuffer
 *
 * Copyrights:
 * Copyright (C) 2004-2005, Horizon Wimba, Inc.
 *
 * Contributors:
 * Steve Kann <stevek@stevek.com>
 *
 * This program is free software, distributed under the terms of
 * the GNU Lesser (Library) General Public License
 *
 * Copyright on this file is disclaimed to Digium for inclusion in Asterisk
 */

/*! \file
 * \brief
 * jitterbuf: an application-independent jitterbuffer
 * \ref jitterbuf.c
 */


#ifndef _JITTERBUF_H_
#define _JITTERBUF_H_

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/*! \name configuration constants */
/*@{ */
	/*! Number of historical timestamps to use in calculating jitter and drift */
#define JB_HISTORY_SZ		500
	/*! what percentage of timestamps should we drop from the history when we examine it;
	 * this might eventually be something made configurable */
#define JB_HISTORY_DROPPCT	3
	/*! the maximum droppct we can handle (say it was configurable). */
#define JB_HISTORY_DROPPCT_MAX	4
	/*! the size of the buffer we use to keep the top and botton timestamps for dropping */
#define JB_HISTORY_MAXBUF_SZ	JB_HISTORY_SZ * JB_HISTORY_DROPPCT_MAX / 100
	/*! amount of additional jitterbuffer adjustment  */
#define JB_TARGET_EXTRA 40
	/*! ms between growing and shrinking; may not be honored if jitterbuffer runs out of space */
#define JB_ADJUST_DELAY 40
/*@} */

enum jb_return_code {
	/* return codes */
	JB_OK,            /* 0 */
	JB_EMPTY,         /* 1 */
	JB_NOFRAME,       /* 2 */
	JB_INTERP,        /* 3 */
	JB_DROP,          /* 4 */
	JB_SCHED          /* 5 */
};

enum jb_frame_type {
	/* frame types */
	JB_TYPE_CONTROL,  /*!< 0            */
	JB_TYPE_VOICE,    /*!< 1            */
	JB_TYPE_VIDEO,    /*!< 2 - reserved */
	JB_TYPE_SILENCE   /*!< 3            */
};

typedef struct jb_conf {
	/* settings */
	long max_jitterbuf;	/*!< defines a hard clamp to use in setting the jitter buffer delay */
 	long resync_threshold;  /*!< the jb will resync when delay increases to (2 * jitter) + this param */
	long max_contig_interp; /*!< the max interp frames to return in a row */
	long target_extra ;      /*!< amount of additional jitterbuffer adjustment, overrides JB_TARGET_EXTRA */
} jb_conf;

typedef struct jb_info {
	jb_conf conf;

	/* statistics */
	long frames_in;  	/*!< number of frames input to the jitterbuffer.*/
	long frames_out;  	/*!< number of frames output from the jitterbuffer.*/
	long frames_late; 	/*!< number of frames which were too late, and dropped.*/
	long frames_lost; 	/*!< number of missing frames.*/
	long frames_dropped; 	/*!< number of frames dropped (shrinkage) */
	long frames_ooo; 	/*!< number of frames received out-of-order */
	long frames_cur; 	/*!< number of frames presently in jb, awaiting delivery.*/
	long jitter; 		/*!< jitter measured within current history interval*/
	long min;		/*!< minimum lateness within current history interval */
	long current; 		/*!< the present jitterbuffer adjustment */
	long target; 		/*!< the target jitterbuffer adjustment */
	long losspct; 		/*!< recent lost frame percentage (* 1000) */
	long next_voice_ts;	/*!< the ts of the next frame to be read from the jb - in receiver's time */
	long last_voice_ms;	/*!< the duration of the last voice frame */
	long silence_begin_ts;	/*!< the time of the last CNG frame, when in silence */
	long last_adjustment;   /*!< the time of the last adjustment */
 	long last_delay;        /*!< the last now added to history */
 	long cnt_delay_discont;	/*!< the count of discontinuous delays */
 	long resync_offset;     /*!< the amount to offset ts to support resyncs */
	long cnt_contig_interp; /*!< the number of contiguous interp frames returned */
} jb_info;

typedef struct jb_frame {
	void *data;               /* the frame data */
	long ts;                  /* the relative delivery time expected */
	long ms;                  /* the time covered by this frame, in sec/8000 */
	enum jb_frame_type type;  /* the type of frame */
	struct jb_frame *next, *prev;
} jb_frame;

typedef struct jitterbuf {
	jb_info info;

	/* history */
	long history[JB_HISTORY_SZ];   		/*!< history */
	int  hist_ptr;				/*!< points to index in history for next entry */
	long hist_maxbuf[JB_HISTORY_MAXBUF_SZ];	/*!< a sorted buffer of the max delays (highest first) */
	long hist_minbuf[JB_HISTORY_MAXBUF_SZ];	/*!< a sorted buffer of the min delays (lowest first) */
	int  hist_maxbuf_valid;			/*!< are the "maxbuf"/minbuf valid? */
	unsigned int dropem:1;                  /*!< flag to indicate dropping frames (overload) */

	jb_frame *frames; 		/*!< queued frames */
	jb_frame *free; 		/*!< free frames (avoid malloc?) */
} jitterbuf;


/*! \brief new jitterbuf */
jitterbuf *		jb_new(void);

/*! \brief destroy jitterbuf */
void			jb_destroy(jitterbuf *jb);

/*! \brief reset jitterbuf
 * \note The jitterbuffer should be empty before you call this, otherwise
 * you will leak queued frames, and some internal structures */
void			jb_reset(jitterbuf *jb);

/*!\brief  queue a frame
 *
 * data=frame data, timings (in ms): ms=length of frame (for voice), ts=ts (sender's time)
 * now=now (in receiver's time) return value is one of
 * JB_OK: Frame added. Last call to jb_next() still valid
 * JB_DROP: Drop this frame immediately
 * JB_SCHED: Frame added. Call jb_next() to get a new time for the next frame
 */
enum jb_return_code jb_put(jitterbuf *jb, void *data, const enum jb_frame_type type, long ms, long ts, long now);

/*! \brief get a frame for time now (receiver's time)  return value is one of
 * JB_OK:  You've got frame!
 * JB_DROP: Here's an audio frame you should just drop.  Ask me again for this time..
 * JB_NOFRAME: There's no frame scheduled for this time.
 * JB_INTERP: Please interpolate an interpl-length frame for this time (either we need to grow, or there was a lost frame)
 * JB_EMPTY: The jb is empty.
 */
enum jb_return_code jb_get(jitterbuf *jb, jb_frame *frame, long now, long interpl);

/*! \brief unconditionally get frames from jitterbuf until empty */
enum jb_return_code jb_getall(jitterbuf *jb, jb_frame *frameout);

/*! \brief when is the next frame due out, in receiver's time (0=EMPTY)
 * This value may change as frames are added (esp non-audio frames) */
long	jb_next(jitterbuf *jb);

/*! \brief get jitterbuf info: only "statistics" may be valid */
enum jb_return_code jb_getinfo(jitterbuf *jb, jb_info *stats);

/*! \brief set jitterbuf conf */
enum jb_return_code jb_setconf(jitterbuf *jb, jb_conf *conf);

typedef void __attribute__((format(printf, 1, 2))) (*jb_output_function_t)(const char *fmt, ...);
void jb_setoutput(jb_output_function_t err, jb_output_function_t warn, jb_output_function_t dbg);

/*! \brief Checks if the given time stamp is late */
int jb_is_late(jitterbuf *jb, long ts);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif


#endif