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IVIDENC1_DynamicParams Struct Reference

This structure defines the algorithm parameters that can be modified after creation via control() calls. More...

#include <ividenc1.h>

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Data Fields

XDAS_Int32 size
XDAS_Int32 inputHeight
XDAS_Int32 inputWidth
XDAS_Int32 refFrameRate
XDAS_Int32 targetFrameRate
XDAS_Int32 targetBitRate
XDAS_Int32 intraFrameInterval
XDAS_Int32 generateHeader
 Encode entire access unit or only header.
XDAS_Int32 captureWidth
XDAS_Int32 forceFrame
XDAS_Int32 interFrameInterval
XDAS_Int32 mbDataFlag

Detailed Description

This structure defines the algorithm parameters that can be modified after creation via control() calls.

Remarks:
It is not necessary that a given implementation support all dynamic parameters to be configurable at run time. If a particular algorithm does not support run-time updates to a parameter that the application is attempting to change at runtime, it may indicate this as an error.
This structure may be extended by individual codec implementations allowing customization with vendor specific parameters. The presence of vendor specific extensions will be detected by the value of the size parameter.
The size field must be correctly set by the caller. See http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Extending_data_structures_in_XDM for more details.
See also:
IVIDENC1_Fxns::control()

Field Documentation

XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::size

Size of this structure in bytes. Because this structure can be extended, this field must be correctly set by the caller.

XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::inputHeight

Input frame height.

XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::inputWidth

Input frame width.

XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::refFrameRate

Reference, or input, frame rate in fps * 1000.

Remarks:
For example, if ref frame rate is 30 frames per second, this field will be 30000.
XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::targetFrameRate

Target frame rate in fps * 1000.

Remarks:
For example, if target frame rate is 30 frames per second, this field will be 30000.
XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::targetBitRate

Target bit rate in bits per second.

XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::intraFrameInterval

The number of frames between two I frames. For example, 30.

Remarks:
For example, this field will be:
  • 0 - Only first frame to be intra coded. e.g. IPPPPPP...
  • 1 - No inter frames (all intra frames).
  • 2 - Consecutive IPIPIP... sequence (if no B frames).
  • 3 - IPPIPP... or IPBIPBI... and so on.
XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::generateHeader

Encode entire access unit or only header.

Remarks:
This enumeration data type should not be used for storage, but rather only for its constant values.
This enumeration defines a base set of values. Algorithms which require proprietary enumeration values may define them - much like extended fields in base structures. These extended enums should be between XDM_CUSTOMENUMBASE and 0x7FFF.
See also:
XDM_CUSTOMENUMBASE

See also:
XDM_EncMode
XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::captureWidth

DEFAULT(0): use imagewidth as pitch else use given capture width for pitch provided it is greater than image width.

XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::forceFrame

Force the current (immediate) frame to be encoded as a specific frame type.

Remarks:
For example, this field will be:
  • IVIDEO_NA_FRAME - No forcing of any specific frame type for the frame.
  • IVIDEO_I_FRAME - Force the frame to be encoded as I frame.
  • IVIDEO_IDR_FRAME - Force the frame to be encoded as an IDR frame (specific to H.264 codecs).
  • IVIDEO_P_FRAME - Force the frame to be encoded as a P frame.
  • IVIDEO_B_FRAME - Force the frame to be encoded as a B frame.
See also:
IVIDEO_FrameType.
XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::interFrameInterval

Number of B frames between two reference frames; that is, the number of B frames between two P frames or I/P frames. DEFAULT(0).

Remarks:
For example, this field will be:
  • 0 - to use maxInterFrameInterval.
  • 1 - 0 B frames between two reference frames.
  • 2 - 1 B frame between two reference frames.
  • 3 - 2 B frames between two reference frames.
  • and so on...
See also:
IVIDENC1_Params.maxInterFrameInterval.
XDAS_Int32 IVIDENC1_DynamicParams::mbDataFlag

Flag to indicate that the algorithm should use MB data supplied in additional buffer within inBufs.


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