File: videodev_mjpeg.h

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/* These are the MJPEG API extensions for the Video4Linux API,
   first introduced by the Iomega Buz driver by Rainer Johanni 
   <rainer@johanni.de>
*/

/* This is identical with the mgavideo internal params struct, 
   please tell me if you change this struct here ! <gz@lysator.liu.se) */
struct mjpeg_params {

	/* The following parameters can only be queried */

	int major_version;	/* Major version number of driver */
	int minor_version;	/* Minor version number of driver */

	/* Main control parameters */

	int input;		/* Input channel: 0 = Composite, 1 = S-VHS */
	int norm;		/* Norm: VIDEO_MODE_PAL or VIDEO_MODE_NTSC */
	int decimation;		/* decimation of captured video,
				   enlargement of video played back.
				   Valid values are 1, 2, 4 or 0.
				   0 is a special value where the user
				   has full control over video scaling */

	/* The following parameters only have to be set if decimation==0,
	   for other values of decimation they provide the data how the image is captured */

	int HorDcm;		/* Horizontal decimation: 1, 2 or 4 */
	int VerDcm;		/* Vertical decimation: 1 or 2 */
	int TmpDcm;		/* Temporal decimation: 1 or 2,
				   if TmpDcm==2 in capture every second frame is dropped,
				   in playback every frame is played twice */
	int field_per_buff;	/* Number of fields per buffer: 1 or 2 */
	int img_x;		/* start of image in x direction */
	int img_y;		/* start of image in y direction */
	int img_width;		/* image width BEFORE decimation,
				   must be a multiple of HorDcm*16 */
	int img_height;		/* image height BEFORE decimation,
				   must be a multiple of VerDcm*8 */

	/* --- End of parameters for decimation==0 only --- */

	/* JPEG control parameters */

	int quality;		/* Measure for quality of compressed images.
				   Scales linearly with the size of the compressed images.
				   Must be beetween 0 and 100, 100 is a compression
				   ratio of 1:4 */

	int odd_even;		/* Which field should come first ??? */

	int APPn;		/* Number of APP segment to be written, must be 0..15 */
	int APP_len;		/* Length of data in JPEG APPn segment */
	char APP_data[60];	/* Data in the JPEG APPn segment. */

	int COM_len;		/* Length of data in JPEG COM segment */
	char COM_data[60];	/* Data in JPEG COM segment */

	unsigned long jpeg_markers;	/* Which markers should go into the JPEG output.
					   Unless you exactly know what you do, leave them untouched.
					   Inluding less markers will make the resulting code
					   smaller, but there will be fewer aplications
					   which can read it.
					   The presence of the APP and COM marker is
					   influenced by APP0_len and COM_len ONLY! */
#define JPEG_MARKER_DHT (1<<3)	/* Define Huffman Tables */
#define JPEG_MARKER_DQT (1<<4)	/* Define Quantization Tables */
#define JPEG_MARKER_DRI (1<<5)	/* Define Restart Interval */
#define JPEG_MARKER_COM (1<<6)	/* Comment segment */
#define JPEG_MARKER_APP (1<<7)	/* App segment, driver will allways use APP0 */

	int VFIFO_FB;		/* Flag for enabling Video Fifo Feedback.
				   If this flag is turned on and JPEG decompressing
				   is going to the screen, the decompress process
				   is stopped every time the Video Fifo is full.
				   This enables a smooth decompress to the screen
				   but the video output signal will get scrambled */

	/* Misc */

	char reserved[312];	/* Makes 512 bytes for this structure */
};

struct mjpeg_requestbuffers {
	unsigned long count;	/* Number of buffers for MJPEG grabbing */
	unsigned long size;	/* Size PER BUFFER in bytes */
};

struct mjpeg_sync {
	unsigned long frame;	/* Frame (0 - n) for double buffer */
	unsigned long length;	/* number of code bytes in buffer (capture only) */
	unsigned long seq;	/* frame sequence number */
	struct timeval timestamp;	/* timestamp */
};

struct mjpeg_status {
	int input;		/* Input channel, has to be set prior to BUZIOC_G_STATUS */
	int signal;		/* Returned: 1 if valid video signal detected */
	int norm;		/* Returned: VIDEO_MODE_PAL or VIDEO_MODE_NTSC */
	int color;		/* Returned: 1 if color signal detected */
};

/*
Private IOCTL to set up for displaying MJPEG
*/

#ifndef BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE
#define BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE      192
#endif

#define MJPIOC_G_PARAMS       _IOR ('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+0,  struct mjpeg_params)
#define MJPIOC_S_PARAMS       _IOWR('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+1,  struct mjpeg_params)
#define MJPIOC_REQBUFS        _IOWR('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+2,  struct mjpeg_requestbuffers)
#define MJPIOC_QBUF_CAPT      _IOW ('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+3,  int)
#define MJPIOC_QBUF_PLAY      _IOW ('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+4,  int)
#define MJPIOC_SYNC           _IOR ('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+5,  struct mjpeg_sync)
#define MJPIOC_G_STATUS       _IOWR('v', BASE_VIDIOCPRIVATE+6,  struct mjpeg_status)