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\brief Envelope extraction prototypes
#include "sbrdecoder.h"
#include "FDK_bitstream.h"
#include "lpp_tran.h"
#include "psdec.h"
#define ENV_EXP_FRACT 0
/*!< Shift raw envelope data to support fractional numbers.
Can be set to 8 instead of 0 to enhance accuracy during concealment.
This is not required for conformance and #requantizeEnvelopeData() will
become more expensive.
#define EXP_BITS 6
/*!< Size of exponent-part of a pseudo float envelope value (should be at least 6).
The remaining bits in each word are used for the mantissa (should be at least 10).
This format is used in the arrays iEnvelope[] and sbrNoiseFloorLevel[]
in the FRAME_DATA struct which must fit in a certain part of the output buffer
(See buffer management in sbr_dec.cpp).
Exponents and mantissas could also be stored in separate arrays.
Accessing the exponent or the mantissa would be simplified and the masks #MASK_E
resp. #MASK_M would no longer be required.
#define MASK_M (((1 << (FRACT_BITS - EXP_BITS)) - 1) << EXP_BITS) /*!< Mask for extracting the mantissa of a pseudo float envelope value */
#define MASK_E ((1 << EXP_BITS) - 1) /*!< Mask for extracting the exponent of a pseudo float envelope value */
#define SIGN_EXT ( ((SCHAR)-1) ^ MASK_E) /*!< a CHAR-constant with all bits above our sign-bit set */
#define ROUNDING ( (FIXP_SGL)(1<<(EXP_BITS-1)) ) /*!< 0.5-offset for rounding the mantissa of a pseudo-float envelope value */
#define NRG_EXP_OFFSET 16 /*!< Will be added to the reference energy's exponent to prevent negative numbers */
#define NOISE_EXP_OFFSET 38 /*!< Will be added to the noise level exponent to prevent negative numbers */
typedef enum
typedef enum
typedef enum
typedef struct
UCHAR nSfb[2]; /*!< Number of SBR-bands for low and high freq-resolution */
UCHAR nNfb; /*!< Actual number of noise bands to read from the bitstream*/
UCHAR numMaster; /*!< Number of SBR-bands in v_k_master */
UCHAR lowSubband; /*!< QMF-band where SBR frequency range starts */
UCHAR highSubband; /*!< QMF-band where SBR frequency range ends */
UCHAR limiterBandTable[MAX_NUM_LIMITERS+1]; /*!< Limiter band table. */
UCHAR noLimiterBands; /*!< Number of limiter bands. */
UCHAR nInvfBands; /*!< Number of bands for inverse filtering */
UCHAR *freqBandTable[2]; /*!< Pointers to freqBandTableLo and freqBandTableHi */
UCHAR freqBandTableLo[MAX_FREQ_COEFFS/2+1];
/*!< Mapping of SBR bands to QMF bands for low frequency resolution */
/*!< Mapping of SBR bands to QMF bands for high frequency resolution */
UCHAR freqBandTableNoise[MAX_NOISE_COEFFS+1];
/*!< Mapping of SBR noise bands to QMF bands */
UCHAR v_k_master[MAX_FREQ_COEFFS+1];
/*!< Master BandTable which freqBandTable is derived from */
#define SBRDEC_LOW_POWER 16 /* Flag indicating that Low Power QMF mode shall be used. */
#define SBRDEC_PS_DECODED 32 /* Flag indicating that PS was decoded and rendered. */
#define SBRDEC_LD_MPS_QMF 512 /* Flag indicating that the LD-MPS QMF shall be used. */
#define SBRDEC_DOWNSAMPLE 8192 /* Flag indicating that the downsampling mode is used. */
#define SBRDEC_FLUSH 16384 /* Flag is used to flush all elements in use. */
#define SBRDEC_FORCE_RESET 32768 /* Flag is used to force a reset of all elements in use. */
typedef struct {
UCHAR ampResolution; /*!< Amplitude resolution of envelope values (0: 1.5dB, 1: 3dB) */
UCHAR xover_band; /*!< Start index in #v_k_master[] used for dynamic crossover frequency */
UCHAR sbr_preprocessing; /*!< SBR prewhitening flag. */
typedef struct {
/* Changes in these variables causes a reset of the decoder */
UCHAR startFreq; /*!< Index for SBR start frequency */
UCHAR stopFreq; /*!< Index for SBR highest frequency */
UCHAR freqScale; /*!< 0: linear scale, 1-3 logarithmic scales */
UCHAR alterScale; /*!< Flag for coarser frequency resolution */
UCHAR noise_bands; /*!< Noise bands per octave, read from bitstream*/
/* don't require reset */
UCHAR limiterBands; /*!< Index for number of limiter bands per octave */
UCHAR limiterGains; /*!< Index to select gain limit */
UCHAR interpolFreq; /*!< Select gain calculation method (1: per QMF channel, 0: per SBR band) */
UCHAR smoothingLength; /*!< Smoothing of gains over time (0: on 1: off) */
typedef struct
SBR_SYNC_STATE syncState; /*!< The current initialization status of the header */
UCHAR status; /*!< Flags field used for signaling a reset right before the processing starts and an update from config (e.g. ASC). */
UCHAR frameErrorFlag; /*!< Frame data valid flag. CAUTION: This variable will be overwritten by the flag stored in the element structure.
This is necessary because of the frame delay. There it might happen that different slots use the same header. */
UCHAR numberTimeSlots; /*!< AAC: 16,15 */
UCHAR numberOfAnalysisBands; /*!< Number of QMF analysis bands */
UCHAR timeStep; /*!< Time resolution of SBR in QMF-slots */
UINT sbrProcSmplRate; /*!< SBR processing sampling frequency (!= OutputSamplingRate)
(always: CoreSamplingRate * UpSamplingFactor; even in single rate mode) */
SBR_HEADER_DATA_BS bs_data; /*!< current SBR header. */
SBR_HEADER_DATA_BS_INFO bs_info; /*!< SBR info. */
FREQ_BAND_DATA freqBandData; /*!< Pointer to struct #FREQ_BAND_DATA */
typedef struct
UCHAR frameClass; /*!< Select grid type */
UCHAR nEnvelopes; /*!< Number of envelopes */
UCHAR borders[MAX_ENVELOPES+1]; /*!< Envelope borders (in SBR-timeslots, e.g. mp3PRO: 0..11) */
UCHAR freqRes[MAX_ENVELOPES]; /*!< Frequency resolution for each envelope (0=low, 1=high) */
SCHAR tranEnv; /*!< Transient envelope, -1 if none */
UCHAR nNoiseEnvelopes; /*!< Number of noise envelopes */
UCHAR bordersNoise[MAX_NOISE_ENVELOPES+1];/*!< borders of noise envelopes */
typedef struct
FIXP_SGL sfb_nrg_prev[MAX_FREQ_COEFFS]; /*!< Previous envelope (required for differential-coded values) */
FIXP_SGL prevNoiseLevel[MAX_NOISE_COEFFS]; /*!< Previous noise envelope (required for differential-coded values) */
COUPLING_MODE coupling; /*!< Stereo-mode of previous frame */
INVF_MODE sbr_invf_mode[MAX_INVF_BANDS]; /*!< Previous strength of filtering in transposer */
UCHAR ampRes; /*!< Previous amplitude resolution (0: 1.5dB, 1: 3dB) */
UCHAR stopPos; /*!< Position in time where last envelope ended */
UCHAR frameErrorFlag; /*!< Previous frame status */
typedef struct
int nScaleFactors; /*!< total number of scalefactors in frame */
FRAME_INFO frameInfo; /*!< time grid for current frame */
UCHAR domain_vec[MAX_ENVELOPES]; /*!< Bitfield containing direction of delta-coding for each envelope (0:frequency, 1:time) */
UCHAR domain_vec_noise[MAX_NOISE_ENVELOPES]; /*!< Same as above, but for noise envelopes */
INVF_MODE sbr_invf_mode[MAX_INVF_BANDS]; /*!< Strength of filtering in transposer */
COUPLING_MODE coupling; /*!< Stereo-mode */
int ampResolutionCurrentFrame; /*!< Amplitude resolution of envelope values (0: 1.5dB, 1: 3dB) */
UCHAR addHarmonics[MAX_FREQ_COEFFS]; /*!< Flags for synthetic sine addition */
FIXP_SGL iEnvelope[MAX_NUM_ENVELOPE_VALUES]; /*!< Envelope data */
FIXP_SGL sbrNoiseFloorLevel[MAX_NUM_NOISE_VALUES]; /*!< Noise envelope data */
void initSbrPrevFrameData (HANDLE_SBR_PREV_FRAME_DATA h_prev_data,
int timeSlots);
int sbrGetSingleChannelElement (HANDLE_SBR_HEADER_DATA hHeaderData,
HANDLE_PS_DEC hParametricStereoDec,
const UINT flags,
const int overlap
int sbrGetChannelPairElement (HANDLE_SBR_HEADER_DATA hHeaderData,
const UINT flags,
const int overlap);
sbrGetHeaderData (HANDLE_SBR_HEADER_DATA headerData,
const UINT flags,
const int fIsSbrData);
\brief Initialize SBR header data
Copy default values to the header data struct and patch some entries
depending on the core codec.
initHeaderData (
const int sampleRateIn,
const int sampleRateOut,
const int samplesPerFrame,
const UINT flags