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/* ScummVM - Graphic Adventure Engine
 * ScummVM is the legal property of its developers, whose names
 * are too numerous to list here. Please refer to the COPYRIGHT
 * file distributed with this source distribution.
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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 * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
 * $URL: https://scummvm.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/scummvm/scummvm/tags/release-0-11-1/sound/audiostream.h $
 * $Id: audiostream.h 30944 2008-02-23 22:50:18Z sev $


#include "common/util.h"
#include "common/scummsys.h"

namespace Audio {

 * Generic audio input stream. Subclasses of this are used to feed arbitrary
 * sampled audio data into ScummVM's audio mixer.
00039 class AudioStream {
      virtual ~AudioStream() {}

       * Fill the given buffer with up to numSamples samples.
       * Returns the actual number of samples read, or -1 if
       * a critical error occured (note: you *must* check if
       * this value is less than what you requested, this can
       * happen when the stream is fully used up).
       * Data has to be in native endianess, 16 bit per sample, signed.
       * For stereo stream, buffer will be filled with interleaved
       * left and right channel samples, starting with a left sample.
       * Furthermore, the samples in the left and right are summed up.
       * So if you request 4 samples from a stereo stream, you will get
       * a total of two left channel and two right channel samples.
      virtual int readBuffer(int16 *buffer, const int numSamples) = 0;

      /** Is this a stereo stream? */
      virtual bool isStereo() const = 0;

       * End of data reached? If this returns true, it means that at this
       * time there is no data available in the stream. However there may be
       * more data in the future.
       * This is used by e.g. a rate converter to decide whether to keep on
       * converting data or stop.
      virtual bool endOfData() const = 0;

       * End of stream reached? If this returns true, it means that all data
       * in this stream is used up and no additional data will appear in it
       * in the future.
       * This is used by the mixer to decide whether a given stream shall be
       * removed from the list of active streams (and thus be destroyed).
       * By default this maps to endOfData()
00079       virtual bool endOfStream() const { return endOfData(); }

      /** Sample rate of the stream. */
      virtual int getRate() const = 0;

       * Tries to load a file by trying all available formats.
       * In case of an error, the file handle will be closed, but deleting
       * it is still the responsibilty of the caller.
       * @param basename      a filename without an extension
       * @param startTime     the (optional) time offset in milliseconds from which to start playback
       * @param duration      the (optional) time in milliseconds specifying how long to play
       * @param numLoops      how often the data shall be looped (0 = infinite)
       * @return  an Audiostream ready to use in case of success;
       *                NULL in case of an error (e.g. invalid/nonexisting file)
      static AudioStream* openStreamFile(const Common::String &basename, uint32 startTime = 0, uint32 duration = 0, uint numLoops = 1);

 * Factory function for a raw linear AudioStream, which will simply treat all data
 * in the buffer described by ptr and len as raw sample data in the specified
 * format. It will then simply pass this data directly to the mixer, after converting
 * it to the sample format used by the mixer (i.e. 16 bit signed native endian).
 * Optionally supports (infinite) looping of a portion of the data.
AudioStream *makeLinearInputStream(const byte *ptr, uint32 len, int rate, byte flags, uint loopStart, uint loopEnd);

 * An audio stream to which additional data can be appended on-the-fly.
 * Used by SMUSH, iMuseDigital, and the Kyrandia 3 VQA player.
00111 class AppendableAudioStream : public Audio::AudioStream {

       * Queue another audio data buffer for playback. The stream
       * will playback all queued buffers, in the order they were
       * queued. After all data contained in them has been played,
       * the buffer will be delete[]'d (so make sure to allocate them
       * with new[], not with malloc).
      virtual void queueBuffer(byte *data, uint32 size) = 0;

       * Mark the stream as finished, that is, signal that no further data
       * will be appended to it. Only after this has been done can the
       * AppendableAudioStream ever 'end' (
      virtual void finish() = 0;

 * Factory function for an AppendableAudioStream. The rate and flags
 * parameters are analog to those used in makeLinearInputStream.
AppendableAudioStream *makeAppendableAudioStream(int rate, byte flags);

} // End of namespace Audio


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