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authorTim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>2015-06-20 19:52:42 +0100
committerTim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>2015-06-21 11:31:50 +0100
commit0f04a61bbe2699c7097e01eb552d70bfa7741929 (patch)
tree9fb33f8cd2bb408f1f9bda973852eee1866a8b7a
parent4a85958909ff37dcfd28dd7149bec7da2fd652f8 (diff)
codecparsers: jpeg: fix up API
- add data pointer to GstJpegSegment and pass segment to all parsing functions, rename accordingly - shorten GstJpegMarkerCode enum type name to GstJpegMarker - move function gtk-doc blurbs into .c file - add since markers - flesh out docs for SOF markers https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=673925
-rw-r--r--gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.c211
-rw-r--r--gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.h178
2 files changed, 207 insertions, 182 deletions
diff --git a/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.c b/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.c
index f35c822ee..b9814c58b 100644
--- a/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.c
+++ b/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.c
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
/* GStreamer JPEG parser
* Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Intel Corporation
+ * Copyright (C) 2015 Tim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>
*
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License
@@ -213,7 +214,7 @@ static gint gst_jpeg_scan_for_marker_code (const guint8 * data, gsize size,
guint offset);
static inline gboolean
-jpeg_parse_to_next_marker (GstByteReader * br, guint8 * marker)
+jpeg_parse_to_next_marker (GstByteReader * br, GstJpegMarker * marker)
{
gint ofs;
@@ -222,7 +223,8 @@ jpeg_parse_to_next_marker (GstByteReader * br, guint8 * marker)
return FALSE;
if (marker)
- *marker = br->data[ofs + 1];
+ *marker = (GstJpegMarker) br->data[ofs + 1];
+
gst_byte_reader_skip_unchecked (br, ofs - br->byte);
return TRUE;
}
@@ -258,25 +260,38 @@ gst_jpeg_scan_for_marker_code (const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
return -1;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_segment_parse_frame_header:
+ * @segment: the JPEG segment
+ * @frame_hdr: (out): The #GstJpegFrameHdr structure to fill in
+ *
+ * Parses the @frame_hdr JPEG frame header structure members from @segment.
+ *
+ * The caller must make sure there is enough data for the whole segment
+ * available.
+ *
+ * Returns: TRUE if the frame header was correctly parsed.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
gboolean
-gst_jpeg_parse_frame_header (GstJpegFrameHdr * frame_hdr,
- const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
+gst_jpeg_segment_parse_frame_header (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegFrameHdr * frame_hdr)
{
GstByteReader br;
guint16 length;
guint8 val;
guint i;
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment != NULL, FALSE);
g_return_val_if_fail (frame_hdr != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (data != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size > offset, FALSE);
- size -= offset;
- gst_byte_reader_init (&br, &data[offset], size);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= 8, FALSE);
+ if (segment->size < 8)
+ return FALSE;
- U_READ_UINT16 (&br, length); /* Lf */
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= length, FALSE);
+ gst_byte_reader_init (&br, segment->data + segment->offset, segment->size);
+ length = segment->size;
+ gst_byte_reader_skip_unchecked (&br, 2);
U_READ_UINT8 (&br, frame_hdr->sample_precision);
U_READ_UINT16 (&br, frame_hdr->height);
@@ -303,25 +318,36 @@ gst_jpeg_parse_frame_header (GstJpegFrameHdr * frame_hdr,
return TRUE;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_segment_parse_scan_header:
+ * @segment: the JPEG segment
+ * @scan_hdr: (out): The #GstJpegScanHdr structure to fill in
+ *
+ * Parses the @scan_hdr JPEG scan header structure members from @segment.
+ *
+ * The caller must make sure there is enough data for the whole segment
+ * available.
+ *
+ * Returns: TRUE if the scan header was correctly parsed
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
gboolean
-gst_jpeg_parse_scan_header (GstJpegScanHdr * scan_hdr,
- const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
+gst_jpeg_segment_parse_scan_header (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegScanHdr * scan_hdr)
{
GstByteReader br;
guint16 length;
guint8 val;
guint i;
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment != NULL, FALSE);
g_return_val_if_fail (scan_hdr != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (data != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size > offset, FALSE);
-
- size -= offset;
- gst_byte_reader_init (&br, &data[offset], size);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= 3, FALSE);
- U_READ_UINT16 (&br, length); /* Ls */
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= length, FALSE);
+ gst_byte_reader_init (&br, segment->data + segment->offset, segment->size);
+ length = segment->size;
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= 3, FALSE);
+ gst_byte_reader_skip_unchecked (&br, 2);
U_READ_UINT8 (&br, scan_hdr->num_components);
g_return_val_if_fail (scan_hdr->num_components <=
@@ -344,9 +370,29 @@ gst_jpeg_parse_scan_header (GstJpegScanHdr * scan_hdr,
return TRUE;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_segment_parse_huffman_table:
+ * @segment: the JPEG segment
+ * @huff_tables: (out): The #GstJpegHuffmanTable structure to fill in
+ *
+ * Parses the JPEG Huffman table structure members from @segment.
+ *
+ * The caller must make sure there is enough data for the whole segment
+ * available.
+ *
+ * Note: @huf_tables represents the complete set of possible Huffman
+ * tables. However, the parser will only write to the Huffman table
+ * specified by the table destination identifier (Th). While doing so,
+ * the @valid flag of the specified Huffman table will also be set to
+ * %TRUE;
+ *
+ * Returns: TRUE if the Huffman table was correctly parsed.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
gboolean
-gst_jpeg_parse_huffman_table (GstJpegHuffmanTables * huf_tables,
- const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
+gst_jpeg_segment_parse_huffman_table (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegHuffmanTables * huff_tables)
{
GstByteReader br;
GstJpegHuffmanTable *huf_table;
@@ -355,16 +401,14 @@ gst_jpeg_parse_huffman_table (GstJpegHuffmanTables * huf_tables,
guint32 value_count;
guint i;
- g_return_val_if_fail (huf_tables != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (data != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size > offset, FALSE);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment != NULL, FALSE);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (huff_tables != NULL, FALSE);
- size -= offset;
- gst_byte_reader_init (&br, &data[offset], size);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= 2, FALSE);
+ gst_byte_reader_init (&br, segment->data + segment->offset, segment->size);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= 2, FALSE);
U_READ_UINT16 (&br, length); /* Lh */
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= length, FALSE);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= length, FALSE);
while (gst_byte_reader_get_remaining (&br)) {
U_READ_UINT8 (&br, val);
@@ -372,9 +416,9 @@ gst_jpeg_parse_huffman_table (GstJpegHuffmanTables * huf_tables,
table_index = (val & 0x0F);
g_return_val_if_fail (table_index < GST_JPEG_MAX_SCAN_COMPONENTS, FALSE);
if (table_class == 0) {
- huf_table = &huf_tables->dc_tables[table_index];
+ huf_table = &huff_tables->dc_tables[table_index];
} else {
- huf_table = &huf_tables->ac_tables[table_index];
+ huf_table = &huff_tables->ac_tables[table_index];
}
READ_BYTES (&br, huf_table->huf_bits, 16);
value_count = 0;
@@ -389,9 +433,30 @@ failed:
return FALSE;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_segment_parse_quantization_table:
+ * @segment: the JPEG segment
+ * @quant_tables: (out): The #GstJpegQuantTable structure to fill in
+ * @num_quant_tables: The number of allocated quantization tables in @quant_tables (FIXME)
+ *
+ * Parses the JPEG quantization table structure members from @segment.
+ *
+ * The caller must make sure there is enough data for the whole segment
+ * available.
+ *
+ * Note: @quant_tables represents the complete set of possible
+ * quantization tables. However, the parser will only write to the
+ * quantization table specified by the table destination identifier
+ * (Tq). While doing so, the @valid flag of the specified quantization
+ * table will also be set to %TRUE.
+ *
+ * Returns: TRUE if the quantization table was correctly parsed.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
gboolean
-gst_jpeg_parse_quant_table (GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables,
- const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
+gst_jpeg_segment_parse_quantization_table (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables)
{
GstByteReader br;
GstJpegQuantTable *quant_table;
@@ -399,16 +464,14 @@ gst_jpeg_parse_quant_table (GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables,
guint8 val, table_index;
guint i;
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment != NULL, FALSE);
g_return_val_if_fail (quant_tables != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (data != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size > offset, FALSE);
- size -= offset;
- gst_byte_reader_init (&br, &data[offset], size);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= 2, FALSE);
+ gst_byte_reader_init (&br, segment->data + segment->offset, segment->size);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= 2, FALSE);
U_READ_UINT16 (&br, length); /* Lq */
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= length, FALSE);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= length, FALSE);
while (gst_byte_reader_get_remaining (&br)) {
U_READ_UINT8 (&br, val);
@@ -433,23 +496,33 @@ gst_jpeg_parse_quant_table (GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables,
return TRUE;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_segment_parse_restart_interval:
+ * @segment: the JPEG segment
+ * @interval: (out): The parsed restart interval value
+ *
+ * The caller must make sure there is enough data for the whole segment
+ * available.
+ *
+ * Returns: TRUE if the restart interval value was correctly parsed.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
gboolean
-gst_jpeg_parse_restart_interval (guint * interval,
- const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
+gst_jpeg_segment_parse_restart_interval (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ guint * interval)
{
GstByteReader br;
guint16 length, val;
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment != NULL, FALSE);
g_return_val_if_fail (interval != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (data != NULL, FALSE);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size > offset, FALSE);
- size -= offset;
- gst_byte_reader_init (&br, &data[offset], size);
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= 4, FALSE);
+ gst_byte_reader_init (&br, segment->data + segment->offset, segment->size);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= 4, FALSE);
U_READ_UINT16 (&br, length); /* Lr */
- g_return_val_if_fail (size >= length, FALSE);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (segment->size >= length, FALSE);
U_READ_UINT16 (&br, val);
*interval = val;
@@ -501,6 +574,15 @@ build_huffman_table (GstJpegHuffmanTable * huf_table,
huf_table->valid = TRUE;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_get_default_huffman_tables:
+ * @huf_tables: (out): The default DC/AC Huffman tables to fill in
+ *
+ * Fills in @huf_tables with the default AC/DC Huffman tables, as
+ * specified by the JPEG standard.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
void
gst_jpeg_get_default_huffman_tables (GstJpegHuffmanTables * huf_tables)
{
@@ -534,6 +616,15 @@ build_quant_table (GstJpegQuantTable * quant_table, const guint8 values[64])
quant_table->valid = TRUE;
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_get_default_quantization_table:
+ * @quant_tables: (out): The default luma/chroma quant-tables in zigzag mode
+ *
+ * Fills in @quant_tables with the default quantization tables, as
+ * specified by the JPEG standard.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
void
gst_jpeg_get_default_quantization_tables (GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables)
{
@@ -547,14 +638,34 @@ gst_jpeg_get_default_quantization_tables (GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables)
default_chrominance_quant_table);
}
+/**
+ * gst_jpeg_parse:
+ * @segment: (out): pointer to a #GstJpegSegment structure to fill in
+ * @data: The data to parse
+ * @size: The size of @data
+ * @offset: The offset from which to start parsing
+ *
+ * Parses the JPEG bitstream contained in @data, and returns the
+ * detected segment as a #GstJpegSegment.
+ *
+ * Note that a valid segment may be returned with a length that exceeds
+ * the available data. It is up to the caller to make sure there's enough
+ * data available when parsing the segment.
+ *
+ * Returns: TRUE if a packet start code was found.
+ *
+ * Since: 1.6
+ */
gboolean
-gst_jpeg_parse (GstJpegSegment * seg,
+gst_jpeg_parse (GstJpegSegment * segment,
const guint8 * data, gsize size, guint offset)
{
+ GstJpegSegment *seg = segment;
GstByteReader br;
guint16 length;
g_return_val_if_fail (seg != NULL, FALSE);
+ g_return_val_if_fail (data != NULL, FALSE);
if (size <= offset) {
GST_DEBUG ("failed to parse from offset %u, buffer is too small", offset);
@@ -617,6 +728,8 @@ gst_jpeg_parse (GstJpegSegment * seg,
seg->size = gst_byte_reader_get_pos (&br) - seg->offset;
break;
}
+
+ seg->data = data;
return TRUE;
failed:
diff --git a/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.h b/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.h
index cfc20066e..87f01875a 100644
--- a/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.h
+++ b/gst-libs/gst/codecparsers/gstjpegparser.h
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-/*
- * GStreamer JPEG parser
+/* GStreamer JPEG parser
* Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Intel Corporation
+ * Copyright (C) 2015 Tim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>
*
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License
@@ -62,10 +62,21 @@ typedef struct _GstJpegFrameHdr GstJpegFrameHdr;
typedef struct _GstJpegSegment GstJpegSegment;
/**
- * GstJpegMarkerCode:
- * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF_MIN: Start of frame min marker code
- * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF_MAX: Start of frame max marker code
- * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_DHT: Huffman tabler marker code
+ * GstJpegMarker:
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF0: Start of frame marker code (Baseline)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF1: Start of frame marker code (Extended Sequential, Huffman)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF2: Start of frame marker code (Progressive, Huffman)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF3: Start of frame marker code (Lossless, Huffman)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF5: Start of frame marker code (Differential Sequential, Huffman)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF6: Start of frame marker code (Differential Progressive, Huffman)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF7: Start of frame marker code (Differential Lossless, Huffman)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF9: Start of frame marker code (Extended Sequential, Arithmetic)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF10: Start of frame marker code (Progressive, Arithmetic)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF11: Start of frame marker code (Lossless, Arithmetic)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF13: Start of frame marker code (Differential Sequential, Arithmetic)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF14: Start of frame marker code (Differential Progressive, Arithmetic)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF15: Start of frame marker code (Differential Lossless, Arithmetic)
+ * @GST_JPEG_MARKER_DHT: Huffman table marker code
* @GST_JPEG_MARKER_DAC: Arithmetic coding marker code
* @GST_JPEG_MARKER_RST_MIN: Restart interval min marker code
* @GST_JPEG_MARKER_RST_MAX: Restart interval max marker code
@@ -100,15 +111,15 @@ typedef enum {
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF1 = 0xC1,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF2 = 0xC2,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF3 = 0xC3,
- GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF4 = 0xC4,
+ /* 0xC4 = DHT see below */
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF5 = 0xC5,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF6 = 0xC6,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF7 = 0xC7,
- GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF8 = 0xC8,
+ /* 0xC8 = reserved */
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF9 = 0xC9,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF10 = 0xCA,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF11 = 0xCB,
- GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF12 = 0xCC,
+ /* 0xCC = DAC see below */
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF13 = 0xCD,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF14 = 0xCE,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF15 = 0xCF,
@@ -145,7 +156,7 @@ typedef enum {
GST_JPEG_MARKER_APP14 = 0xEE,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_APP15 = 0xEF,
GST_JPEG_MARKER_COM = 0xFE,
-} GstJpegMarkerCode;
+} GstJpegMarker;
#define GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF_MIN GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF0
#define GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF_MAX GST_JPEG_MARKER_SOF15
@@ -309,146 +320,47 @@ struct _GstJpegFrameHdr
/**
* GstJpegSegment:
- * @type: The type of the segment that starts at @offset
+ * @marker: The type of the segment that starts at @offset
+ * @data: the data containing the jpeg segment starting at @offset
* @offset: The offset to the segment start in bytes. This is the
* exact start of the segment, no marker code included
- * @size: The size in bytes of the segment, or -1 if the end was not
- * found. It is the exact size of the segment, no marker code included
+ * @size: The size of the segment in bytes, or -1 if the end was not
+ * found. It is the exact size of the segment, without the sync byte and
+ * marker code but including any length bytes.
*
* A structure that contains the type of a segment, its offset and its size.
*/
struct _GstJpegSegment
{
- guint8 marker;
+ GstJpegMarker marker;
+ const guint8 *data;
guint offset;
- gint size;
+ gssize size;
};
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_parse:
- * @seg: (out): pointer to a #GstJpegSegment structure to fill in
- * @data: The data to parse
- * @size: The size of @data
- * @offset: The offset from which to start parsing
- *
- * Parses the JPEG bitstream contained in @data, and returns the
- * detected segment as a #GstJpegSegment.
- *
- * Returns: TRUE if a packet start code was found.
- */
-gboolean gst_jpeg_parse (GstJpegSegment * seg,
- const guint8 * data,
- gsize size,
- guint offset);
+gboolean gst_jpeg_parse (GstJpegSegment * seg,
+ const guint8 * data,
+ gsize size,
+ guint offset);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_parse_frame_header:
- * @frame_hdr: (out): The #GstJpegFrameHdr structure to fill in
- * @data: The data from which to parse the frame header
- * @size: The size of @data
- * @offset: The offset in bytes from which to start parsing @data
- *
- * Parses the @frame_hdr JPEG frame header structure members from @data.
- *
- * Returns: TRUE if the frame header was correctly parsed.
- */
-gboolean gst_jpeg_parse_frame_header (GstJpegFrameHdr * frame_hdr,
- const guint8 * data,
- gsize size,
- guint offset);
+gboolean gst_jpeg_segment_parse_frame_header (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegFrameHdr * frame_hdr);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_parse_scan_header:
- * @scan_hdr: (out): The #GstJpegScanHdr structure to fill in
- * @data: The data from which to parse the scan header
- * @size: The size of @data
- * @offset: The offset in bytes from which to start parsing @data
- *
- * Parses the @scan_hdr JPEG scan header structure members from @data.
- *
- * Returns: TRUE if the scan header was correctly parsed
- */
-gboolean gst_jpeg_parse_scan_header (GstJpegScanHdr * scan_hdr,
- const guint8 * data,
- gsize size,
- guint offset);
+gboolean gst_jpeg_segment_parse_scan_header (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegScanHdr * scan_hdr);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_parse_quantization_table:
- * @quant_tables: (out): The #GstJpegQuantizationTable structure to fill in
- * @num_quant_tables: The number of allocated quantization tables in @quant_tables
- * @data: The data from which to parse the quantization table
- * @size: The size of @data
- * @offset: The offset in bytes from which to start parsing @data
- *
- * Parses the JPEG quantization table structure members from @data.
- *
- * Note: @quant_tables represents the complete set of possible
- * quantization tables. However, the parser will only write to the
- * quantization table specified by the table destination identifier
- * (Tq). While doing so, the @valid flag of the specified quantization
- * table will also be set to %TRUE.
- *
- * Returns: TRUE if the quantization table was correctly parsed.
- */
-gboolean gst_jpeg_parse_quant_table (GstJpegQuantTables *quant_tables,
- const guint8 * data,
- gsize size,
- guint offset);
+gboolean gst_jpeg_segment_parse_huffman_table (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegHuffmanTables * huff_tables);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_parse_huffman_table:
- * @huf_tables: (out): The #GstJpegHuffmanTable structure to fill in
- * @data: The data from which to parse the Huffman table
- * @size: The size of @data
- * @offset: The offset in bytes from which to start parsing @data
- *
- * Parses the JPEG Huffman table structure members from @data.
- *
- * Note: @huf_tables represents the complete set of possible Huffman
- * tables. However, the parser will only write to the Huffman table
- * specified by the table destination identifier (Th). While doing so,
- * the @valid flag of the specified Huffman table will also be set to
- * %TRUE;
- *
- * Returns: TRUE if the Huffman table was correctly parsed.
- */
-gboolean gst_jpeg_parse_huffman_table (GstJpegHuffmanTables *huf_tables,
- const guint8 * data,
- gsize size,
- guint offset);
+gboolean gst_jpeg_segment_parse_restart_interval (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ guint * interval);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_parse_restart_interval:
- * @interval: (out): The parsed restart interval value
- * @data: The data from which to parse the restart interval specification
- * @size: The size of @data
- * @offset: The offset in bytes from which to start parsing @data
- *
- * Returns: TRUE if the restart interval value was correctly parsed.
- */
-gboolean gst_jpeg_parse_restart_interval (guint * interval,
- const guint8 * data,
- gsize size,
- guint offset);
+gboolean gst_jpeg_segment_parse_quantization_table (const GstJpegSegment * segment,
+ GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_get_default_huffman_tables:
- * @huf_tables: (out): The default DC/AC Huffman tables to fill in
- *
- * Fills in @huf_tables with the default AC/DC Huffman tables, as
- * specified by the JPEG standard.
- */
-void gst_jpeg_get_default_huffman_tables (GstJpegHuffmanTables *huf_tables);
+void gst_jpeg_get_default_quantization_tables (GstJpegQuantTables * quant_tables);
-/**
- * gst_jpeg_get_default_quantization_table:
- * @quant_tables: (out): The default luma/chroma quant-tables in zigzag mode
- *
- * Fills in @quant_tables with the default quantization tables, as
- * specified by the JPEG standard.
- */
-void gst_jpeg_get_default_quantization_tables (GstJpegQuantTables *quant_tables);
+void gst_jpeg_get_default_huffman_tables (GstJpegHuffmanTables * huff_tables);
G_END_DECLS