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/*
 * README for IEEE 1394 digital camera support routine in PWLib
 * ------------------------------------------------------------
 * 
 * PWLib now contains preliminary support for the IEEE 1394 digital
 * cameras under Linux.
 * 
 * 
 * Supported cameras:
 * 
 * There are two kind of the specifications of IEEE 1394 digital video
 * cameras, one is called "digital camera" and another is "AV/C camera".
 * A digital camera sends uncompressed video data while an AV/C camera
 * sends compressed data. Currently PWLib only supports digital
 * cameras. We can find a list of supported digital cameras by the Linux
 * device driver at:
 * http://www.tele.ucl.ac.be/PEOPLE/DOUXCHAMPS/ieee1394/cameras/
 * 
 * AV/C cameras seem able to be used for video phone. You are welcome to
 * write supporting codes for AV/C cameras!
 * 
 * 
 * Installation and Use:
 * 
 * To enable 1394 camera support, you have to define the "TRY_1394DC"
 * shell environment variable at compilation time of PWLib, OpenH323, and
 * ohphone. To select your 1394 camera for video input device instead of
 * usual Video4Linux devices, specify "/dev/raw1394" or "/dev/video1394"
 * as the filename of video input device. For example "ohphone
 * --videoinput /dev/raw1394" should use your 1394 camera as video input.
 * 
 * "/dev/video1394" uses faster DMA transfer for video input.
 * 
 * If you use DEVFS, the filename for DMA transfer may be /dev/video1394/0.
 * 
 * Requirements for Installation:
 * 
 * You needs the following softwares to compile the 1394 camera support
 * module in PWLib.
 * 
 * - libdc1394 0.9.0 or later.
 * - Linux 2.4.19 or later, which is required by the above version of
 *   libdc1394
 * - libraw1394 0.9.0 or later
 * 
 * You cannot compile it with older versions of libdc1394.
 * 
 * Troubleshooting:
 * 
 * If this module does not work for you, please verify the following
 * items before sending email:
 * 
 * 1) Can you view image of your camera by other programs? A sample
 *    program called "grab_gray_image" is included in the example
 *    directory of libdc1394. Please run grab_gray_image and see what
 *    happens. You can also use Coriander instead.
 *    (http://www.tele.ucl.ac.be/PEOPLE/DOUXCHAMPS/ieee1394/coriander/).
 * 2) If you have make sure other programs can use the camera, but
 *    this module still does not work, please run the debbuging version
 *    of ohphone with option "-tttt -o log.txt". Examine the file "log.txt"
 *    and you may see what is wrong.
 * 
 * 
 * Problem Reports:
 * They should be send to Ryutaroh Matsumoto <ryutaroh@rmatsumoto.org>.
 * 
 * 
 * Acknowledgment:
 * R. Matsumoto thanks Dr. Derek Smithies for his kind support for making
 * this module.
 * 
 * 
 * Technical Notes for Programmers
 * ------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Test Environment:
 * This module was tested against:
 *
 * Pentium III  
 * Linux 2.4.19
 * libraw1394 0.9.0
 * libdc1394 0.9.0
 *
 * Irez StealthFire Camera (http://www.irez.com)
 * OrangeMicro iBot Camera (http://www.orangemicro.com)
 *
 *
 * Internal Structure:
 * This module has been tested against the ohphone and GnomeMeeting
 * video phone programs. They use 352x288 and 176x144 resolutions in
 * YUV420P color format. So this module only supports these
 * resolutions and YUV420P.
 *
 * 1394 Digital Cameras has many resolutions and color formats. Among
 * them, this module uses:
 *  160x120 YUV(4:4:4)  for  176x144 PTlib resolution, and
 *  320x240 YUV(4:2:2)  for  352x288 PTlib resolution.
 * The bus speed is always set to P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED (400 Mbps).
 * If transfer at P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED is not supported by your
 * camera, this module does not capture images from yours. In such
 * a case please set P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED to appropriate value.
 *
 * Conversion routines from above formats to YUV420P were added to
 * src/ptlib/common/vconvert.cxx
 *
 * ToDo or Bugs:
 * This module does not implement GetBrightness() etc.  1394 cameras
 * can do both automatic control and manual control of brightness
 * etc., and they are usually set to automatic
 * control. Get/SetBrightness() etc. cannot access manual/automatic
 * selection. So we cannot implement an interface that can fully
 * control all of 1394 camera features. I decided not to implement
 * controlling interface at all. Those features can be controlled by
 * Coriander program even when ohphone or GnomeMeeting is being used.
 * Please use Coriander.
 *
 * PVideoInputDevice_1394DC does not allow creation of two or more instances.
 *
 * The bus speed is always set to P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED (400 Mbps).
 * If transfer at P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED is not supported by your
 * camera, this module does not capture images from yours. In such
 * a case please set P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED to appropriate value.
 *
 * Copyright:
 * Copyright (c) 2002 Ryutaroh Matsumoto <ryutaroh@rmatsumoto.org>
 *
 * The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License
 * Version 1.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
 * compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
 * http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
 *
 * Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS"
 * basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See
 * the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
 * under the License.
 *
 *
 *
 * $Log: video4dc1394.cxx,v $
 * Revision 1.8  2005/12/01 00:43:45  csoutheren
 * Fixed typo
 *
 * Revision 1.7  2005/11/30 12:47:39  csoutheren
 * Removed tabs, reformatted some code, and changed tags for Doxygen
 *
 * Revision 1.6  2005/08/09 09:08:10  rjongbloed
 * Merged new video code from branch back to the trunk.
 *
 * Revision 1.5.6.2  2005/07/24 09:01:48  rjongbloed
 * Major revisions of the PWLib video subsystem including:
 *   removal of F suffix on colour formats for vertical flipping, all done with existing bool
 *   working through use of RGB and BGR formats so now consistent
 *   cleaning up the plug in system to use virtuals instead of pointers to functions.
 *   rewrite of SDL to be a plug in compatible video output device.
 *   extensive enhancement of video test program
 *
 * Revision 1.5.6.1  2005/07/17 09:27:07  rjongbloed
 * Major revisions of the PWLib video subsystem including:
 *   removal of F suffix on colour formats for vertical flipping, all done with existing bool
 *   working through use of RGB and BGR formats so now consistent
 *   cleaning up the plug in system to use virtuals instead of pointers to functions.
 *   rewrite of SDL to be a plug in compatible video output device.
 *   extensive enhancement of video test program
 *
 * Revision 1.5  2004/06/15 23:55:50  csoutheren
 * Added check for different versions of dc1394 API
 *
 * Revision 1.4  2004/06/15 15:38:29  dsandras
 * Fixed bug with latest API of libdc1394.
 *
 * Revision 1.3  2004/06/14 20:43:33  dsandras
 * Try to fix compilation.
 *
 * Revision 1.2  2004/05/10 10:09:19  csoutheren
 * Removed printf that was interpreted as a trigraph
 *
 * Revision 1.1  2003/12/17 15:40:56  dominance
 * Added DC Plugin as provided by Julien Puydt <julien.puydt@laposte.net>. Needs manual patching of plugins/configure for now though. (i.e. disabled by default, run autoconf in plugins/)
 *
 * Revision 1.9  2003/03/17 07:53:04  robertj
 * Removed canCaptureVideo variable as this is really a virtual function to
 *   distinguish PVideoOutputDevice from PVideoInputDevice, it is not dynamic.
 *
 * Revision 1.8  2002/08/21 00:00:31  dereks
 * Patches from Ryutaroh, to improve firewire (linux only) support. Many thanks.
 *
 * Revision 1.7  2002/05/30 22:49:35  dereks
 * correct implementation of GetInputDeviceNames().
 *
 * Revision 1.6  2002/03/04 01:21:31  dereks
 * Add frame rate support to Firewire camera. Thanks Ryutaroh Matsumoto.
 *
 * Revision 1.5  2002/02/28 19:44:03  dereks
 * Add complete readme on Firewire usage. Thanks to Ryutaroh Matsumoto.
 *
 * Revision 1.4  2002/02/21 20:00:21  dereks
 * Fix memory leak. Thanks Ryutaroh Matsumoto.
 *
 * Revision 1.3  2002/02/21 19:49:57  dereks
 * Fix spelling mistake. Thanks Ryutaroh
 *
 * Revision 1.2  2002/02/20 20:27:28  dereks
 * updates to previous checkin.
 *
 * Revision 1.1  2002/02/20 02:37:26  dereks
 * Initial release of Firewire camera support for linux.
 * Many thanks to Ryutaroh Matsumoto <ryutaroh@rmatsumoto.org>.
 *
 *
 *
 *
 */

#pragma implementation "videoio1394dc.h"

#include <ptlib.h>
#include <ptlib/videoio.h>
#include <ptlib/vconvert.h>
#include <ptlib/file.h>
#include "videoio1394dc.h"
#include <sys/utsname.h>

PCREATE_VIDINPUT_PLUGIN(1394DC);

#ifndef P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED
#define P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED  SPEED_400
#endif

//#define ESTIMATE_CAPTURE_PERFORMANCE

#ifdef ESTIMATE_CAPTURE_PERFORMANCE
// for debugging
static PInt64 start_time;
static int num_captured;
#endif


///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// PVideoInput1394DC

00241 PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::PVideoInputDevice_1394DC()
{
  handle = NULL;
  is_capturing = FALSE;
  capturing_duration = 10000; // arbitrary large value suffices
}

00248 PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::~PVideoInputDevice_1394DC()
{
  Close();
}

#define OK 1
#define NG 0
static int kernel_version_ok(void)
{
  struct utsname utsbuf;
  unsigned major_ver, minor_ver, minorminor_ver;

  if (uname(&utsbuf) == -1)
    return NG;

  /* utsbuf.release looks like "2.4.19-pre8". */
  if (sscanf(utsbuf.release, "%u.%u.%u", &major_ver, &minor_ver,
             &minorminor_ver) < 3)
    return NG; /* Should we return OK? */

  if (major_ver >= 3)
    return OK;
  else if (major_ver <= 1)
    return NG;

  if (minor_ver >= 6)
    return OK;
  else if (minor_ver <= 3)
    return NG;
  else if (minor_ver == 4)
    return minorminor_ver >= 19;
  else /* if (minor_ver == 5) */
    return minorminor_ver >= 9;
}

00283 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::Open(const PString & devName, BOOL startImmediate)
{
  if (!kernel_version_ok()) {
    PTRACE(0, "The Linux kernel version is too old.");
    return FALSE;
  }

  if (IsOpen()) {
    PTRACE(0, "You cannot open PVideoInputDevice_1394DC twice.");
    return FALSE;
  }

  if (devName == "/dev/raw1394")
    UseDMA = FALSE;
  // Don't forget /dev/video1394/0
  else if (strncmp(devName, "/dev/video1394", 14) == 0)
    UseDMA = TRUE;
  else {
    PTRACE(0, "devName must be /dev/raw1394 or /dev/video1394");
    return FALSE;
  }

  // See if devName is accessible.
  if (!PFile::Exists(devName)) {
    PTRACE(1, devName << " is not accessible.");
    return FALSE;
  }

  /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
   *  Open ohci and asign handle to it
   *-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
  handle = dc1394_create_handle(0);
  if (handle==NULL)
  {
    PTRACE(0, "Unable to aquire a raw1394 handle\ndid you insmod the drivers?\n");
    return FALSE;
  }

  /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
   *  get the camera nodes and describe them as we find them
   *-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
  int numNodes = raw1394_get_nodecount(handle);
  camera_nodes = dc1394_get_camera_nodes(handle,&numCameras,0);
  if (numCameras<1)
  {
    PTRACE(0, "no cameras found :(\n");
    dc1394_destroy_handle(handle);
    handle = NULL;
    return FALSE;
  }

  /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
   *  to prevent the iso-transfer bug from raw1394 system, check if
   *  camera is highest node. For details see 
   *  http://linux1394.sourceforge.net/faq.html#DCbusmgmt
   *  and
   *  http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=435107&group_id=8157&atid=108157
   *-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
  for (int i=0; i<numCameras; i++) {
    if( camera_nodes[i] == numNodes-1) {
      PTRACE(0,"Sorry, your camera is the highest numbered node\n"
             "of the bus, and has therefore become the root node.\n"
             "The root node is responsible for maintaining \n"
             "the timing of isochronous transactions on the IEEE \n"
             "1394 bus.  However, if the root node is not cycle master \n"
             "capable (it doesn't have to be), then isochronous \n"
             "transactions will not work.  The host controller card is \n"
             "cycle master capable, however, most cameras are not.\n"
             "\n"
             "The quick solution is to add the parameter \n"
             "attempt_root=1 when loading the OHCI driver as a \n"
             "module.  So please do (as root):\n"
             "\n"
             "   rmmod ohci1394\n"
             "   insmod ohci1394 attempt_root=1\n"
             "\n"
             "for more information see the FAQ at \n"
             "http://linux1394.sourceforge.net/faq.html#DCbusmgmt\n"
             "\n");
      dc1394_destroy_handle(handle);
      handle = NULL;
      return FALSE;
    }
  }

  frameHeight = 240;
  frameWidth = 320;
  colourFormat = "UYVY422";
  desiredFrameHeight = CIFHeight;
  desiredFrameWidth = CIFWidth;
  desiredColourFormat = "YUV420P";
  capturing_duration = 10000; // arbitrary large value suffices
  deviceName = devName;

  // select the specified input and video format
  if (!SetChannel(channelNumber) ||
      !SetVideoFormat(videoFormat)) {
    PTRACE(1, "SetChannel() or SetVideoFormat() failed");
    Close();
    return FALSE;
  }

  if (startImmediate && !Start()) {
    Close();
    return FALSE;
  }
  PTRACE(3, "Successfully opended\n");
  return TRUE;
}


00394 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::IsOpen() 
{
  return handle != NULL;
}


00400 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::Close()
{
  if (IsOpen()) {
    if (IsCapturing())
      Stop();
    dc1394_destroy_handle(handle);
    handle = NULL;
    return TRUE;
  } else
    return FALSE;
}

00412 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::Start()
{
  int dc1394_mode;
  if (!IsOpen()) return FALSE;
  if (is_capturing) return TRUE;
  if (frameWidth == 320 && frameHeight == 240)
    dc1394_mode = MODE_320x240_YUV422;
  else if (frameWidth == 160 && frameHeight == 120)
    dc1394_mode = MODE_160x120_YUV444;
  else {
    PTRACE(1, "Frame size is neither 320x240 or 160x120" << frameWidth << "x" << frameHeight);
    return FALSE;
  }
  PTRACE(1, deviceName << " " << channelNumber);

  quadlet_t supported_framerates;
  if (dc1394_query_supported_framerates(handle, camera_nodes[channelNumber],
          FORMAT_VGA_NONCOMPRESSED, dc1394_mode,
          &supported_framerates) != DC1394_SUCCESS) {
    PTRACE(1, "dc1394_query_supported_framerates() failed.");
    return FALSE;
  }

  int framerate;

  // supported_framerates seems always in the network byte order.
  if (supported_framerates & (1U << (31-5)))
    framerate = FRAMERATE_60;
  else if (supported_framerates & (1U << (31-4)))
    framerate = FRAMERATE_30;
  else if (supported_framerates & (1U << (31-3)))
    framerate = FRAMERATE_15;
  else if (supported_framerates & (1U << (31-2)))
    framerate = FRAMERATE_7_5;
  else if (supported_framerates & (1U << (31-1)))
    framerate = FRAMERATE_3_75;
  else if (supported_framerates & (1U << (31-0)))
    framerate = FRAMERATE_1_875;
  else {
    PTRACE(1, "Frame rate " << supported_framerates << " is not supported");
    return FALSE;
  }  

  // In order to compile the following line, you need libdc1394 0.9.0 or later.
  if ((UseDMA &&dc1394_dma_setup_capture(handle,camera_nodes[channelNumber],
                           0, /* channel of IEEE 1394 */ 
                           FORMAT_VGA_NONCOMPRESSED,
                           dc1394_mode,
                           P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED,
                           framerate, 4, 1,
#ifdef NEW_DC_API
                           1,
#endif
                           deviceName,
      &camera)!=DC1394_SUCCESS) ||
      (!UseDMA && dc1394_setup_capture(handle,camera_nodes[channelNumber],
                           0, /* channel of IEEE 1394 */ 
                           FORMAT_VGA_NONCOMPRESSED,
                           dc1394_mode,
                           P_DC1394_DEFAULT_SPEED,
                           framerate,
       &camera)!=DC1394_SUCCESS))
  {
    PTRACE(0,"unable to setup camera-\n"
             "check " __FILE__ " to make sure\n"
             "that the video mode,framerate and format are\n"
             "supported by your camera\n");
    return FALSE;
  }

  /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
   *  have the camera start sending us data
   *-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
  if (dc1394_start_iso_transmission(handle,camera.node)
      !=DC1394_SUCCESS) 
  {
    PTRACE(0, "unable to start camera iso transmission\n");
    if (UseDMA)
      dc1394_dma_release_camera(handle,&camera);
    else
      dc1394_release_camera(handle,&camera);
    return FALSE;
  }
  is_capturing = TRUE;
#ifdef ESTIMATE_CAPTURE_PERFORMANCE
  PTime now;
  start_time = now.GetTimestamp();
  num_captured = 0;
#endif
  return TRUE;
}


00505 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::Stop()
{
  if (IsCapturing()) {
    dc1394_stop_iso_transmission(handle,camera.node);
    if (UseDMA) {
    dc1394_dma_unlisten(handle, &camera);
    dc1394_dma_release_camera(handle,&camera);
    } else
      dc1394_release_camera(handle,&camera);
    is_capturing = FALSE;
    return TRUE;
  } else
    return FALSE;
}


00521 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::IsCapturing()
{
  return is_capturing;
}

00526 PStringList PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetInputDeviceNames()
{
  PStringList list;

  if (PFile::Exists("/dev/raw1394"))
    list.AppendString("/dev/raw1394");
 
  if (PFile::Exists("/dev/video1394/0")) {

    // DEVFS naming scheme
    for (int i=0; ; i++) {
      PString devname = PString("/dev/video1394/") + PString(i);
      if (PFile::Exists(devname))
        list.AppendString(devname);
      else
        break;
    }
  }
  else if (PFile::Exists("/dev/video1394"))
    /* traditional naming */
    list.AppendString("/dev/video1394");

  return list;
}


00552 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetVideoFormat(VideoFormat newFormat)
{
  if (!PVideoDevice::SetVideoFormat(newFormat)) {
    PTRACE(3,"PVideoDevice::SetVideoFormat\t failed for format "<<newFormat);
    return FALSE;
  }
  return TRUE;
}

00561 int PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetBrightness()
{
  return -1;
}


00567 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetBrightness(unsigned newBrightness)
{
  return FALSE;
}


00573 int PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetHue()
{
  return -1;
}


00579 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetHue(unsigned newHue)
{
  return FALSE;
}


00585 int PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetContrast()
{
  return -1;
}


00591 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetContrast(unsigned newContrast)
{
  return FALSE;
}

00596 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetColour(unsigned newColour) 
{
  return -1;
}

00601 int PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetColour()
{
  return -1;
}


00607 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetWhiteness(unsigned newWhiteness) 
{
  return FALSE;
}

00612 int PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetWhiteness()
{
  return -1;
}


00618 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetParameters (int *whiteness, int *brightness,
                                       int *colour, int *contrast, int *hue)
{
  *whiteness = -1;
  *brightness = -1;
  *colour = -1;
  *hue = -1;
  return FALSE;
}


00629 int PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetNumChannels() 
{
  return numCameras;
}


00635 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetChannel(int newChannel)
{
  if (PVideoDevice::SetChannel(newChannel) == FALSE)
    return FALSE;
  if(IsCapturing()) {
    Stop();
    Start();
  }
  return TRUE;
}



00648 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetFrameRate(unsigned rate)
{
  return PVideoDevice::SetFrameRate(rate);
}


00654 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetFrameSizeLimits(unsigned & minWidth,
                                           unsigned & minHeight,
                                           unsigned & maxWidth,
                                           unsigned & maxHeight) 
{
  minWidth = 160;
  maxWidth = 320;
  minHeight = 120;
  maxHeight = 240;
  return TRUE;
}


00667 PINDEX PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetMaxFrameBytes()
{
  return GetMaxFrameBytesConverted(frameBytes);
}


00673 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetFrameDataNoDelay(BYTE * buffer, PINDEX * bytesReturned)
{
  if (!IsCapturing()) return FALSE;

  PTRACE(3, "We are going to single capture.\n");
  if ((UseDMA && dc1394_dma_single_capture(&camera)!=DC1394_SUCCESS) ||
      (!UseDMA && dc1394_single_capture(handle,&camera)!=DC1394_SUCCESS)){
    PTRACE(1, "dc1394_single_capture() failed.");
    return FALSE;
  }
  
  PTRACE(3, "single captured, try to convert\n");

  // If converting on the fly do it from frame store to output buffer, otherwise do
  // straight copy.
  if (converter != NULL)
    converter->Convert((const BYTE *)camera.capture_buffer, buffer, bytesReturned);
  else {
    PTRACE(1, "Converter must exist. Something goes wrong.");
    return FALSE;
  }

#ifdef ESTIMATE_CAPTURE_PERFORMANCE
  ++num_captured;
  PTime now;
  double capturing_time = (double)((now.GetTimestamp()-start_time))/1000000;
  ::fprintf(stderr, "time %f, num_captured=%d, fps=%f\n", capturing_time, num_captured, num_captured/capturing_time);
#endif

  if (UseDMA)
    dc1394_dma_done_with_buffer(&camera);
  return TRUE;
}

00707 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::GetFrameData(BYTE * buffer, PINDEX * bytesReturned)
{
  if(frameRate>0) {
    if (msBetweenFrames > capturing_duration)
      PThread::Current()->Sleep(msBetweenFrames - capturing_duration);
    PTime start;
    if ( !GetFrameDataNoDelay(buffer, bytesReturned))
      return FALSE;
    PTime end;
    capturing_duration = (int)((end-start).GetMilliSeconds());
    return TRUE;
  }
  return GetFrameDataNoDelay(buffer,bytesReturned);
}


void PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::ClearMapping()
{
}


00728 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::TestAllFormats()
{
  return TRUE;
}

00733 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetColourFormat(const PString & newFormat)
{
  if (newFormat != colourFormat) {
    return FALSE;
  }
  return TRUE;
}


00742 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetFrameSize(unsigned width, unsigned height)
{
  if ((!(width == 320 && height == 240)) &&
      (!(width == 160 && height == 120)))
    return FALSE;

  frameWidth = width;
  frameHeight = height;

  if (frameWidth == 320 && frameHeight == 240)
    colourFormat = "UYVY422";
  else if (frameWidth == 160 && frameHeight == 120)
    colourFormat = "UYV444";

  frameBytes = PVideoDevice::CalculateFrameBytes(frameWidth, frameHeight, colourFormat);
  
  if (IsCapturing()) {
    Stop(); Start();
  }

  return TRUE;
}


00766 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetFrameSizeConverter(unsigned width, unsigned height, BOOL bScaleNotCrop)
{
  if (width == CIFWidth && height == CIFHeight)
    SetFrameSize(320, 240);
  else if (width == QCIFWidth && height == QCIFHeight)
    SetFrameSize(160, 120);
  else {
    PTRACE(1, width << "x" << height << " is not supported.");
    return FALSE;
  }

  if (converter != NULL) 
    delete converter;
  
  desiredFrameWidth = width;
  desiredFrameHeight = height;

  converter = PColourConverter::Create(colourFormat, desiredColourFormat, width, height);
  if (converter == NULL) {
    PTRACE(1, "Failed to make a converter.");
    return FALSE;
  }
  if (converter->SetSrcFrameSize(frameWidth, frameHeight) == FALSE) {
    PTRACE(1, "Failed to set source frame size of a converter.");
    return FALSE;
  }
  return TRUE;
}

00795 BOOL PVideoInputDevice_1394DC::SetColourFormatConverter(const PString & colourFmt)
{
  if (colourFmt != "YUV420P") {
    PTRACE(1, colourFmt << " is unsupported.");
    return FALSE;
  }
  desiredColourFormat = colourFmt;
  return SetFrameSizeConverter(desiredFrameWidth, desiredFrameHeight, FALSE);
}


    
// End Of File ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

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