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50 
51 /**
52  * @file
53  * Reference: libavcodec/aacpsy.c
54  */
55 
56 #ifndef AVCODEC_MIPS_AACPSY_MIPS_H
57 #define AVCODEC_MIPS_AACPSY_MIPS_H
58 
59 #include "libavutil/mips/asmdefs.h"
60 
61 #if HAVE_INLINE_ASM && HAVE_MIPSFPU && ( PSY_LAME_FIR_LEN == 21 )
62 #if !HAVE_MIPS32R6 && !HAVE_MIPS64R6
63 static void calc_thr_3gpp_mips(const FFPsyWindowInfo *wi, const int num_bands,
64  AacPsyChannel *pch, const uint8_t *band_sizes,
65  const float *coefs, const int cutoff)
66 {
67  int i, w, g;
68  int start = 0, wstart = 0;
69  for (w = 0; w < wi->num_windows*16; w += 16) {
70  wstart = 0;
71  for (g = 0; g < num_bands; g++) {
72  AacPsyBand *band = &pch->band[w+g];
73 
74  float form_factor = 0.0f;
75  float Temp;
76  band->energy = 0.0f;
77  if (wstart < cutoff) {
78  for (i = 0; i < band_sizes[g]; i+=4) {
79  float a, b, c, d;
80  float ax, bx, cx, dx;
81  float *cf = (float *)&coefs[start+i];
82 
83  __asm__ volatile (
84  "lwc1 %[a], 0(%[cf]) \n\t"
85  "lwc1 %[b], 4(%[cf]) \n\t"
86  "lwc1 %[c], 8(%[cf]) \n\t"
87  "lwc1 %[d], 12(%[cf]) \n\t"
88  "abs.s %[a], %[a] \n\t"
89  "abs.s %[b], %[b] \n\t"
90  "abs.s %[c], %[c] \n\t"
91  "abs.s %[d], %[d] \n\t"
92  "sqrt.s %[ax], %[a] \n\t"
93  "sqrt.s %[bx], %[b] \n\t"
94  "sqrt.s %[cx], %[c] \n\t"
95  "sqrt.s %[dx], %[d] \n\t"
96  "madd.s %[e], %[e], %[a], %[a] \n\t"
97  "madd.s %[e], %[e], %[b], %[b] \n\t"
98  "madd.s %[e], %[e], %[c], %[c] \n\t"
99  "madd.s %[e], %[e], %[d], %[d] \n\t"
100  "add.s %[f], %[f], %[ax] \n\t"
101  "add.s %[f], %[f], %[bx] \n\t"
102  "add.s %[f], %[f], %[cx] \n\t"
103  "add.s %[f], %[f], %[dx] \n\t"
104 
105  : [a]"=&f"(a), [b]"=&f"(b),
106  [c]"=&f"(c), [d]"=&f"(d),
107  [e]"+f"(band->energy), [f]"+f"(form_factor),
108  [ax]"=&f"(ax), [bx]"=&f"(bx),
109  [cx]"=&f"(cx), [dx]"=&f"(dx)
110  : [cf]"r"(cf)
111  : "memory"
112  );
113  }
114  }
115 
116  Temp = sqrtf((float)band_sizes[g] / band->energy);
117  band->thr = band->energy * 0.001258925f;
118  band->nz_lines = form_factor * sqrtf(Temp);
119  start += band_sizes[g];
120  wstart += band_sizes[g];
121  }
122  }
123 }
124 
125 static void psy_hp_filter_mips(const float *firbuf, float *hpfsmpl, const float * psy_fir_coeffs)
126 {
127  float sum1, sum2, sum3, sum4;
128  float *fb = (float*)firbuf;
129  float *fb_end = fb + AAC_BLOCK_SIZE_LONG;
130  float *hp = hpfsmpl;
131 
132  float coeff0 = psy_fir_coeffs[1];
133  float coeff1 = psy_fir_coeffs[3];
134  float coeff2 = psy_fir_coeffs[5];
135  float coeff3 = psy_fir_coeffs[7];
136  float coeff4 = psy_fir_coeffs[9];
137 
138  __asm__ volatile (
139  ".set push \n\t"
140  ".set noreorder \n\t"
141 
142  "li.s $f12, 32768 \n\t"
143  "1: \n\t"
144  "lwc1 $f0, 40(%[fb]) \n\t"
145  "lwc1 $f1, 4(%[fb]) \n\t"
146  "lwc1 $f2, 80(%[fb]) \n\t"
147  "lwc1 $f3, 44(%[fb]) \n\t"
148  "lwc1 $f4, 8(%[fb]) \n\t"
149  "madd.s %[sum1], $f0, $f1, %[coeff0] \n\t"
150  "lwc1 $f5, 84(%[fb]) \n\t"
151  "lwc1 $f6, 48(%[fb]) \n\t"
152  "madd.s %[sum2], $f3, $f4, %[coeff0] \n\t"
153  "lwc1 $f7, 12(%[fb]) \n\t"
154  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f2, %[coeff0] \n\t"
155  "lwc1 $f8, 88(%[fb]) \n\t"
156  "lwc1 $f9, 52(%[fb]) \n\t"
157  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f5, %[coeff0] \n\t"
158  "madd.s %[sum3], $f6, $f7, %[coeff0] \n\t"
159  "lwc1 $f10, 16(%[fb]) \n\t"
160  "lwc1 $f11, 92(%[fb]) \n\t"
161  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f7, %[coeff1] \n\t"
162  "lwc1 $f1, 72(%[fb]) \n\t"
163  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f8, %[coeff0] \n\t"
164  "madd.s %[sum4], $f9, $f10, %[coeff0] \n\t"
165  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f10, %[coeff1] \n\t"
166  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f1, %[coeff1] \n\t"
167  "lwc1 $f4, 76(%[fb]) \n\t"
168  "lwc1 $f8, 20(%[fb]) \n\t"
169  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f11, %[coeff0] \n\t"
170  "lwc1 $f11, 24(%[fb]) \n\t"
171  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f4, %[coeff1] \n\t"
172  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f8, %[coeff2] \n\t"
173  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f8, %[coeff1] \n\t"
174  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f11, %[coeff1] \n\t"
175  "lwc1 $f7, 64(%[fb]) \n\t"
176  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f11, %[coeff2] \n\t"
177  "lwc1 $f10, 68(%[fb]) \n\t"
178  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f2, %[coeff1] \n\t"
179  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f5, %[coeff1] \n\t"
180  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f7, %[coeff2] \n\t"
181  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f10, %[coeff2] \n\t"
182  "lwc1 $f2, 28(%[fb]) \n\t"
183  "lwc1 $f5, 32(%[fb]) \n\t"
184  "lwc1 $f8, 56(%[fb]) \n\t"
185  "lwc1 $f11, 60(%[fb]) \n\t"
186  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f2, %[coeff2] \n\t"
187  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f5, %[coeff2] \n\t"
188  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f2, %[coeff3] \n\t"
189  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f5, %[coeff3] \n\t"
190  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f1, %[coeff2] \n\t"
191  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f4, %[coeff2] \n\t"
192  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f8, %[coeff3] \n\t"
193  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f11, %[coeff3] \n\t"
194  "lwc1 $f1, 36(%[fb]) \n\t"
195  PTR_ADDIU "%[fb], %[fb], 16 \n\t"
196  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f0, %[coeff3] \n\t"
197  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f1, %[coeff3] \n\t"
198  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f1, %[coeff4] \n\t"
199  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f0, %[coeff4] \n\t"
200  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f10, %[coeff3] \n\t"
201  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f7, %[coeff3] \n\t"
202  "madd.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f6, %[coeff4] \n\t"
203  "madd.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f9, %[coeff4] \n\t"
204  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f6, %[coeff4] \n\t"
205  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f3, %[coeff4] \n\t"
206  "mul.s %[sum1], %[sum1], $f12 \n\t"
207  "mul.s %[sum2], %[sum2], $f12 \n\t"
208  "madd.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f11, %[coeff4] \n\t"
209  "madd.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f8, %[coeff4] \n\t"
210  "swc1 %[sum1], 0(%[hp]) \n\t"
211  "swc1 %[sum2], 4(%[hp]) \n\t"
212  "mul.s %[sum4], %[sum4], $f12 \n\t"
213  "mul.s %[sum3], %[sum3], $f12 \n\t"
214  "swc1 %[sum4], 12(%[hp]) \n\t"
215  "swc1 %[sum3], 8(%[hp]) \n\t"
216  "bne %[fb], %[fb_end], 1b \n\t"
217  PTR_ADDIU "%[hp], %[hp], 16 \n\t"
218 
219  ".set pop \n\t"
220 
221  : [sum1]"=&f"(sum1), [sum2]"=&f"(sum2),
222  [sum3]"=&f"(sum3), [sum4]"=&f"(sum4),
223  [fb]"+r"(fb), [hp]"+r"(hp)
224  : [coeff0]"f"(coeff0), [coeff1]"f"(coeff1),
225  [coeff2]"f"(coeff2), [coeff3]"f"(coeff3),
226  [coeff4]"f"(coeff4), [fb_end]"r"(fb_end)
227  : "$f0", "$f1", "$f2", "$f3", "$f4", "$f5", "$f6",
228  "$f7", "$f8", "$f9", "$f10", "$f11", "$f12",
229  "memory"
230  );
231 }
232 
233 #define calc_thr_3gpp calc_thr_3gpp_mips
234 #define psy_hp_filter psy_hp_filter_mips
235 
236 #endif /* !HAVE_MIPS32R6 && !HAVE_MIPS64R6 */
237 #endif /* HAVE_INLINE_ASM && HAVE_MIPSFPU */
238 #endif /* AVCODEC_MIPS_AACPSY_MIPS_H */
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