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* stream: get rid of streamtype enumwm42017-02-021-1/+4
| | | | | | | | | Because it's kind of dumb. (But not sure if it was worth the trouble.) For stream_file.c, we add new explicit fields. The rest are rather special uses and can be killed by comparing the stream impl. name. The changes to DVD/BD/CD/TV are entirely untested.
* demux_tv: free the correct field instead of creating dangling pointerwm42017-02-021-1/+1
| | | | | | This could potentially have caused fun crashes if the --tv-channels option was used, and something more advanced than tv:// was used to open it. (This code is still untested.)
* tv: remove weird option parsing stuffwm42016-09-091-6/+14
| | | | Mostly untested.
* input, demux_tv: remove some older option access methodswm42016-09-061-2/+2
* demux: merge sh_video/sh_audio/sh_subwm42016-01-121-18/+14
| | | | | | | | | | This is mainly a refactor. I'm hoping it will make some things easier in the future due to cleanly separating codec metadata and stream metadata. Also, declare that the "codec" field can not be NULL anymore. demux.c will set it to "" if it's NULL when added. This gets rid of a corner case everything had to handle, but which rarely happened.
* demux: remove weird tripple-buffering for the sh_stream listwm42015-12-231-4/+9
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The demuxer infrastructure was originally single-threaded. To make it suitable for multithreading (specifically, demuxing and decoding on separate threads), some sort of tripple-buffering was introduced. There are separate "struct demuxer" allocations. The demuxer thread sets the state on d_thread. If anything changes, the state is copied to d_buffer (the copy is protected by a lock), and the decoder thread is notified. Then the decoder thread copies the state from d_buffer to d_user (again while holding a lock). This avoids the need for locking in the demuxer/decoder code itself (only demux.c needs an internal, "invisible" lock.) Remove the streams/num_streams fields from this tripple-buffering schema. Move them to the internal struct, and protect them with the internal lock. Use accessors for read access outside of demux.c. Other than replacing all field accesses with accessors, this separates allocating and adding sh_streams. This is needed to avoid race conditions. Before this change, this was awkwardly handled by first initializing the sh_stream, and then sending a stream change event. Now the stream is allocated, then initialized, and then declared as immutable and added (at which point it becomes visible to the decoder thread immediately). This change is useful for PR #2626. And eventually, we should probably get entirely of the tripple buffering, and this makes a nice first step.
* demux: rename sh_stream.format to sh_stream.codec_tagwm42015-06-211-1/+1
| | | | | Why not. "format" sounds too misleading for the actual importance and meaning of this field.
* audio: decouple demux and audio decoder/filter sample formatswm42014-09-241-25/+5
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | For a while, we used this to transfer PCM from demuxer to the filter chain. We had a special "codec" that mapped what MPlayer used to do (MPlayer passes the AF sample format over an extra field to ad_pcm, which specially interprets it). Do this by providing a mp_set_pcm_codec() function, which describes a sample format in a generic way, and sets the appropriate demuxer header fields so that libavcodec interprets it correctly. We use the fact that libavcodec has separate PCM decoders for each format. These are systematically named, so we can easily map them. This has the advantage that we can change the audio filter chain as we like, without losing features from the "rawaudio" demuxer. In fact, this commit also gets rid of the audio filter chain formats completely. Instead have an explicit list of PCM formats. (We could even just have the user pass libavcodec PCM decoder names directly, but that would be annoying in other ways.)
* audio: drop swapped-endian audio formatswm42014-09-231-7/+6
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Until now, the audio chain could handle both little endian and big endian formats. This actually doesn't make much sense, since the audio API and the HW will most likely prefer native formats. Or at the very least, it should be trivial for audio drivers to do the byte swapping themselves. From now on, the audio chain contains native-endian formats only. All AOs and some filters are adjusted. af_convertsignendian.c is now wrongly named, but the filter name is adjusted. In some cases, the audio infrastructure was reused on the demuxer side, but that is relatively easy to rectify. This is a quite intrusive and radical change. It's possible that it will break some things (especially if they're obscure or not Linux), so watch out for regressions. It's probably still better to do it the bulldozer way, since slow transition and researching foreign platforms would take a lot of time and effort.
* demux: gracefully handle packet allocation failureswm42014-09-161-10/+14
| | | | Now the packet allocation functions can fail.
* demux: minor simplificationwm42014-07-061-3/+1
| | | | Oops, should have been part of commit 37085788.
* tv: move demuxer parts to separate filewm42014-07-051-0/+251
Now all demuxer implementations (at least demuxer API-wise) are in the demux directory.