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gamma.c
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20 
21 #include "swscale_internal.h"
22 
23 typedef struct GammaContext
24 {
25  uint16_t *table;
26 } GammaContext;
27 
28 // gamma_convert expects 16 bit rgb format
29 // it writes directly in src slice thus it must be modifiable (done through cascade context)
30 static int gamma_convert(SwsContext *c, SwsFilterDescriptor *desc, int sliceY, int sliceH)
31 {
32  GammaContext *instance = desc->instance;
33  uint16_t *table = instance->table;
34  int srcW = desc->src->width;
35 
36  int i;
37  for (i = 0; i < sliceH; ++i) {
38  uint8_t ** src = desc->src->plane[0].line;
39  int src_pos = sliceY+i - desc->src->plane[0].sliceY;
40 
41  uint16_t *src1 = (uint16_t*)*(src+src_pos);
42  int j;
43  for (j = 0; j < srcW; ++j) {
44  uint16_t r = AV_RL16(src1 + j*4 + 0);
45  uint16_t g = AV_RL16(src1 + j*4 + 1);
46  uint16_t b = AV_RL16(src1 + j*4 + 2);
47 
48  AV_WL16(src1 + j*4 + 0, table[r]);
49  AV_WL16(src1 + j*4 + 1, table[g]);
50  AV_WL16(src1 + j*4 + 2, table[b]);
51  }
52 
53  }
54  return sliceH;
55 }
56 
57 
59 {
60  GammaContext *li = av_malloc(sizeof(GammaContext));
61  if (!li)
62  return AVERROR(ENOMEM);
63  li->table = table;
64 
65  desc->instance = li;
66  desc->src = src;
67  desc->dst = NULL;
68  desc->process = &gamma_convert;
69 
70  return 0;
71 }
72 
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