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authorHÃ¥vard Graff <havard.graff@tandberg.com>2009-09-08 10:59:20 (GMT)
committerWim Taymans <wim.taymans@collabora.co.uk>2009-09-08 10:59:20 (GMT)
commit058776bcf1ab218b509d19685a0b528d71c65f98 (patch)
tree06ab2f49a77a7c78cab5569db4d8f09b81996084
parentf051514f698d4f1155281e8405b2fde5d9cb4256 (diff)
baseaudiosrc: improve slave skew resync
The old one did the mistake of not actually advancing the ringbuffer, it just adjusted the segbase, introducing the whole lenght of the ringbuffer as an extra delay in the pipeline. Also make sure that the resync can never go back in time, producing the same timestamps that has already been produced, as this can cause severe problems for sinks and other synching mechanisms. Fixes #594256
-rw-r--r--gst-libs/gst/audio/gstbaseaudiosrc.c91
1 files changed, 40 insertions, 51 deletions
diff --git a/gst-libs/gst/audio/gstbaseaudiosrc.c b/gst-libs/gst/audio/gstbaseaudiosrc.c
index 1c2c72c..0d61522 100644
--- a/gst-libs/gst/audio/gstbaseaudiosrc.c
+++ b/gst-libs/gst/audio/gstbaseaudiosrc.c
@@ -841,9 +841,18 @@ gst_base_audio_src_create (GstBaseSrc * bsrc, guint64 offset, guint length,
GstClockTime current_time;
guint64 running_time_sample;
gint running_time_segment;
- gint current_segment;
+ gint last_read_segment;
gint segment_skew;
gint sps;
+ gint segments_written;
+ gint last_written_segment;
+
+ /* get the amount of segments written from the device by now */
+ segments_written = g_atomic_int_get (&ringbuffer->segdone);
+
+ /* subtract the base to segments_written to get the number of the
+ last written segment in the ringbuffer (one segment written = segment 0) */
+ last_written_segment = segments_written - ringbuffer->segbase - 1;
/* samples per segment */
sps = ringbuffer->samples_per_seg;
@@ -865,72 +874,52 @@ gst_base_audio_src_create (GstBaseSrc * bsrc, guint64 offset, guint length,
running_time_segment = running_time_sample / sps;
/* the segment currently read from the ringbuffer */
- current_segment = sample / sps;
-
- /* the skew we have between running_time and the ringbuffertime */
- segment_skew = running_time_segment - current_segment;
-
- GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (bsrc, "\n running_time = %" GST_TIME_FORMAT
- "\n timestamp = %" GST_TIME_FORMAT
- "\n running_time_segment = %d"
- "\n current_segment = %d"
- "\n segment_skew = %d",
- GST_TIME_ARGS (running_time),
- GST_TIME_ARGS (timestamp),
- running_time_segment, current_segment, segment_skew);
+ last_read_segment = sample / sps;
+
+ /* the skew we have between running_time and the ringbuffertime (last written to) */
+ segment_skew = running_time_segment - last_written_segment;
+
+ GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (bsrc,
+ "\n running_time = %"
+ GST_TIME_FORMAT
+ "\n timestamp = %"
+ GST_TIME_FORMAT
+ "\n running_time_segment = %d"
+ "\n last_written_segment = %d"
+ "\n segment_skew (running time segment - last_written_segment) = %d"
+ "\n last_read_segment = %d",
+ GST_TIME_ARGS (running_time), GST_TIME_ARGS (timestamp),
+ running_time_segment, last_written_segment, segment_skew,
+ last_read_segment);
/* Resync the ringbuffer if:
- * 1. We get one segment into the future.
- * This is clearly a lie, because we can't
- * possibly have a buffer with timestamp 1 at
- * time 0. (unless it has time-travelled...)
*
- * 2. We are more than the length of the ringbuffer behind.
+ * 1. We are more than the length of the ringbuffer behind.
* The length of the ringbuffer then gets to dictate
* the threshold for what is concidered "too late"
*
- * 3. If this is our first buffer.
+ * 2. If this is our first buffer.
* We know that we should catch up to running_time
* the first time we are ran.
*/
- if ((segment_skew < 0) ||
- (segment_skew >= ringbuffer->spec.segtotal) ||
- (current_segment == 0)) {
- gint segments_written;
- gint first_segment;
- gint last_segment;
- gint new_last_segment;
+ if ((segment_skew >= ringbuffer->spec.segtotal) ||
+ (last_read_segment == 0)) {
+ gint new_read_segment;
gint segment_diff;
- gint new_first_segment;
guint64 new_sample;
- /* we are going to say that the last segment was captured at the current time
- (running_time), minus one segment of creation-latency in the ringbuffer.
- This can be thought of as: The segment arrived in the ringbuffer at time X, and
- that means it was created at time X - (one segment). */
- new_last_segment = running_time_segment - 1;
-
- /* for better readablity */
- first_segment = current_segment;
-
- /* get the amount of segments written from the device by now */
- segments_written = g_atomic_int_get (&ringbuffer->segdone);
-
- /* subtract the base to segments_written to get the number of the
- last written segment in the ringbuffer (one segment written = segment 0) */
- last_segment = segments_written - ringbuffer->segbase - 1;
-
- /* we see how many segments the ringbuffer was timeshifted */
- segment_diff = new_last_segment - last_segment;
+ /* the difference between running_time and the last written segment */
+ segment_diff = running_time_segment - last_written_segment;
- /* we move the first segment an equal amount */
- new_first_segment = first_segment + segment_diff;
+ /* advance the ringbuffer */
+ gst_ring_buffer_advance (ringbuffer, segment_diff);
- /* and we also move the segmentbase the same amount */
- ringbuffer->segbase -= segment_diff;
+ /* we move the new read segment to the last known written segment */
+ new_read_segment =
+ g_atomic_int_get (&ringbuffer->segdone) - ringbuffer->segbase;
/* we calculate the new sample value */
- new_sample = ((guint64) new_first_segment) * sps;
+ new_sample = ((guint64) new_read_segment) * sps;
/* and get the relative time to this -> our new timestamp */
timestamp =