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20 
21 #include <stdint.h>
22 
23 #include "libavutil/attributes.h"
24 #include "libavutil/arm/cpu.h"
25 #include "libavcodec/h264dsp.h"
27 
28 void ff_h264_v_loop_filter_luma_neon(uint8_t *pix, ptrdiff_t stride, int alpha,
29  int beta, int8_t *tc0);
30 void ff_h264_h_loop_filter_luma_neon(uint8_t *pix, ptrdiff_t stride, int alpha,
31  int beta, int8_t *tc0);
32 void ff_h264_v_loop_filter_chroma_neon(uint8_t *pix, ptrdiff_t stride, int alpha,
33  int beta, int8_t *tc0);
34 void ff_h264_h_loop_filter_chroma_neon(uint8_t *pix, ptrdiff_t stride, int alpha,
35  int beta, int8_t *tc0);
36 void ff_h264_h_loop_filter_chroma422_neon(uint8_t *pix, ptrdiff_t stride, int alpha,
37  int beta, int8_t *tc0);
38 
39 void ff_weight_h264_pixels_16_neon(uint8_t *dst, int stride, int height,
40  int log2_den, int weight, int offset);
41 void ff_weight_h264_pixels_8_neon(uint8_t *dst, int stride, int height,
42  int log2_den, int weight, int offset);
43 void ff_weight_h264_pixels_4_neon(uint8_t *dst, int stride, int height,
44  int log2_den, int weight, int offset);
45 
46 void ff_biweight_h264_pixels_16_neon(uint8_t *dst, uint8_t *src, int stride,
47  int height, int log2_den, int weightd,
48  int weights, int offset);
49 void ff_biweight_h264_pixels_8_neon(uint8_t *dst, uint8_t *src, int stride,
50  int height, int log2_den, int weightd,
51  int weights, int offset);
52 void ff_biweight_h264_pixels_4_neon(uint8_t *dst, uint8_t *src, int stride,
53  int height, int log2_den, int weightd,
54  int weights, int offset);
55 
56 void ff_h264_idct_add_neon(uint8_t *dst, int16_t *block, int stride);
57 void ff_h264_idct_dc_add_neon(uint8_t *dst, int16_t *block, int stride);
58 void ff_h264_idct_add16_neon(uint8_t *dst, const int *block_offset,
59  int16_t *block, int stride,
60  const uint8_t nnzc[6*8]);
61 void ff_h264_idct_add16intra_neon(uint8_t *dst, const int *block_offset,
62  int16_t *block, int stride,
63  const uint8_t nnzc[6*8]);
64 void ff_h264_idct_add8_neon(uint8_t **dest, const int *block_offset,
65  int16_t *block, int stride,
66  const uint8_t nnzc[6*8]);
67 
68 void ff_h264_idct8_add_neon(uint8_t *dst, int16_t *block, int stride);
69 void ff_h264_idct8_dc_add_neon(uint8_t *dst, int16_t *block, int stride);
70 void ff_h264_idct8_add4_neon(uint8_t *dst, const int *block_offset,
71  int16_t *block, int stride,
72  const uint8_t nnzc[6*8]);
73 
75  const int chroma_format_idc)
76 {
77 #if HAVE_NEON
78  if (bit_depth == 8) {
79  c->h264_v_loop_filter_luma = ff_h264_v_loop_filter_luma_neon;
80  c->h264_h_loop_filter_luma = ff_h264_h_loop_filter_luma_neon;
81  c->h264_v_loop_filter_chroma = ff_h264_v_loop_filter_chroma_neon;
82 
83  if (chroma_format_idc <= 1)
84  c->h264_h_loop_filter_chroma = ff_h264_h_loop_filter_chroma_neon;
85  else
86  c->h264_h_loop_filter_chroma = ff_h264_h_loop_filter_chroma422_neon;
87 
88  c->weight_h264_pixels_tab[0] = ff_weight_h264_pixels_16_neon;
89  c->weight_h264_pixels_tab[1] = ff_weight_h264_pixels_8_neon;
90  c->weight_h264_pixels_tab[2] = ff_weight_h264_pixels_4_neon;
91 
92  c->biweight_h264_pixels_tab[0] = ff_biweight_h264_pixels_16_neon;
93  c->biweight_h264_pixels_tab[1] = ff_biweight_h264_pixels_8_neon;
94  c->biweight_h264_pixels_tab[2] = ff_biweight_h264_pixels_4_neon;
95 
96  c->h264_idct_add = ff_h264_idct_add_neon;
97  c->h264_idct_dc_add = ff_h264_idct_dc_add_neon;
98  c->h264_idct_add16 = ff_h264_idct_add16_neon;
99  c->h264_idct_add16intra = ff_h264_idct_add16intra_neon;
100  if (chroma_format_idc <= 1)
101  c->h264_idct_add8 = ff_h264_idct_add8_neon;
102  c->h264_idct8_add = ff_h264_idct8_add_neon;
103  c->h264_idct8_dc_add = ff_h264_idct8_dc_add_neon;
104  c->h264_idct8_add4 = ff_h264_idct8_add4_neon;
105  }
106 #endif // HAVE_NEON
107 }
108 
110  const int chroma_format_idc)
111 {
112  int cpu_flags = av_get_cpu_flags();
113 
114 #if HAVE_ARMV6
115  if (have_setend(cpu_flags))
116  c->startcode_find_candidate = ff_startcode_find_candidate_armv6;
117 #endif
118  if (have_neon(cpu_flags))
119  h264dsp_init_neon(c, bit_depth, chroma_format_idc);
120 }
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