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RT-34893: [Media] Use of QuickTime prevents Mac AppStore Submission Summary: Added new media platform module which uses AVFoundation instead of QTKit Reviewed-by: almatvee, stayer, kcr, flar
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date Mon, 06 Oct 2014 09:32:41 -0700
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#ifndef __JFXMedia__AVFAudioEqualizer__
#define __JFXMedia__AVFAudioEqualizer__

#include <PipelineManagement/AudioEqualizer.h>
#include <map>
#include "AVFKernelProcessor.h"
#include "CAAutoDisposer.h"

class AVFAudioEqualizer;

struct AVFEQBandHistory {
public:
    double x1, x2;  // input history
    double y1, y2;  // output history

    AVFEQBandHistory() :
        x1(0.0),
        x2(0.0),
        y1(0.0),
        y2(0.0)
    {}
};

class AVFEqualizerBand : public CEqualizerBand {
public:
    enum AVFEqualizerFilterType {
        Peak,       // Use for middle bands
        LowShelf,   // Use for lowest freq band
        HighShelf   // Use for highest freq band
    };
    AVFEqualizerBand(AVFAudioEqualizer *eq, double frequency, double bandwidth, double gain);

    virtual ~AVFEqualizerBand();

    virtual double GetCenterFrequency() {
        return mFrequency;
    }

    virtual void SetCenterFrequency(double centerFrequency);
    
    virtual double GetBandwidth() {
        return m_Bandwidth;
    }

    virtual void SetBandwidth(double bandwidth) {
        m_Bandwidth = bandwidth;
        RecalculateParams();
    }

    virtual double GetGain() {
        return m_Gain;
    }

    virtual void SetGain(double gain) {
        m_Gain = gain;
        RecalculateParams();
    }

    void ApplyFilter(double *inSource, double *inDest, int frameCount, int channel);
    void SetChannelCount(int newCount);
    void RecalculateParams();
    void SetFilterType(AVFEqualizerFilterType type);

private:
    AVFAudioEqualizer *mEQ;
    bool mBypass;
    int mChannels;          // number of channels to process
    AVFEQBandHistory *mHistory; // one per channel
    double mFrequency;
    AVFEqualizerFilterType mFilterType;

    // We're implementing a simple biquadratic peak/notch filter (depending on gain)
    // We need: center frequency (Hz), sample rate (Hz), Q and gain (dB)
    // We are provided: center frequency (Hz), bandwidth (Hz) and gain (dB)
    // Sample rate is fetched from the associated audio unit
    double mCoefficients[5];

    void SetupPeakFilter(double omega, double bw, double absGain);
    void SetupLowShelfFilter(double omega, double bw, double absGain);
    void SetupHighShelfFilter(double omega, double bw, double absGain);
};

typedef std::map<double,AVFEqualizerBand*> AVFEQBandMap;
typedef AVFEQBandMap::iterator AVFEQBandIterator;

// Simple bridge class that forwards messages to it's AVFMediaPlayer
class AVFAudioEqualizer : public AVFKernelProcessor, public CAudioEqualizer {
public:
    AVFAudioEqualizer() :
        AVFKernelProcessor(),
        CAudioEqualizer(),
        mEnabled(false),
        mEQBands(),
        mEQBufferSize(0),
        mEQBufferA(),
        mEQBufferB()
    {}
    
    virtual ~AVFAudioEqualizer() {
        mEQBufferA.free();
        mEQBufferB.free();
    }

    virtual AUKernelBase *NewKernel();

    virtual bool IsEnabled();
    virtual void SetEnabled(bool isEnabled);
    virtual int GetNumBands();
    virtual CEqualizerBand *AddBand(double frequency, double bandwidth, double gain);
    virtual bool RemoveBand(double frequency);

    void MoveBand(double oldFrequency, double newFrequency);

    virtual void SetAudioUnit(AUEffectBase *unit);

    double GetSampleRate() {
        if (mAudioUnit) {
            return (double)mAudioUnit->GetSampleRate();
        }
        return 0.0;
    }

    int GetChannelCount() {
        if (mAudioUnit) {
            return mAudioUnit->GetNumberOfChannels();
        }
        return 0;
    }

    void RunFilter(const Float32 *inSourceP, Float32 *inDestP, UInt32 inFramesToProcess, UInt32 channel);

private:
    bool mEnabled;
    AVFEQBandMap mEQBands;
    int mEQBufferSize;
    CAAutoFree<double> mEQBufferA; // temp storage since we have to process out of line
    CAAutoFree<double> mEQBufferB;

    // Call this after adding, removing or reordering bands
    void ResetBandParameters();
};

#endif /* defined(__JFXMedia__AVFAudioEqualizer__) */