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vf_xbr.c
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21 
22 /**
23  * @file
24  * XBR Filter is used for depixelization of image.
25  * This is based on Hyllian's xBR shader.
26  *
27  * @see https://forums.libretro.com/t/xbr-algorithm-tutorial/123
28  * @see https://github.com/yoyofr/iFBA/blob/master/fba_src/src/intf/video/scalers/xbr.cpp
29  */
30 
31 #include "libavutil/opt.h"
32 #include "libavutil/pixdesc.h"
33 #include "internal.h"
34 
35 #define LB_MASK 0x00FEFEFE
36 #define RED_BLUE_MASK 0x00FF00FF
37 #define GREEN_MASK 0x0000FF00
38 
39 #ifdef PI
40 #undef PI
41 #endif
42 
43 typedef int (*xbrfunc_t)(AVFilterContext *ctx, void *arg, int jobnr, int nb_jobs);
44 
45 typedef struct XBRContext {
46  const AVClass *class;
47  int n;
49  uint32_t rgbtoyuv[1<<24];
50 } XBRContext;
51 
52 typedef struct ThreadData {
53  AVFrame *in, *out;
54  const uint32_t *rgbtoyuv;
55 } ThreadData;
56 
57 #define OFFSET(x) offsetof(XBRContext, x)
58 #define FLAGS AV_OPT_FLAG_FILTERING_PARAM|AV_OPT_FLAG_VIDEO_PARAM
59 static const AVOption xbr_options[] = {
60  { "n", "set scale factor", OFFSET(n), AV_OPT_TYPE_INT, {.i64 = 3}, 2, 4, .flags = FLAGS },
61  { NULL }
62 };
63 
65 
66 static uint32_t pixel_diff(uint32_t x, uint32_t y, const uint32_t *r2y)
67 {
68 #define YMASK 0xff0000
69 #define UMASK 0x00ff00
70 #define VMASK 0x0000ff
71 #define ABSDIFF(a,b) (abs((int)(a)-(int)(b)))
72 
73  uint32_t yuv1 = r2y[x & 0xffffff];
74  uint32_t yuv2 = r2y[y & 0xffffff];
75 
76  return (ABSDIFF(yuv1 & YMASK, yuv2 & YMASK) >> 16) +
77  (ABSDIFF(yuv1 & UMASK, yuv2 & UMASK) >> 8) +
78  ABSDIFF(yuv1 & VMASK, yuv2 & VMASK);
79 }
80 
81 #define ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(a, b) ((((a) & LB_MASK) >> 1) + (((b) & LB_MASK) >> 1))
82 #define ALPHA_BLEND_BASE(a, b, m, s) ( (RED_BLUE_MASK & (((a) & RED_BLUE_MASK) + (((((b) & RED_BLUE_MASK) - ((a) & RED_BLUE_MASK)) * (m)) >> (s)))) \
83  | (GREEN_MASK & (((a) & GREEN_MASK) + (((((b) & GREEN_MASK) - ((a) & GREEN_MASK)) * (m)) >> (s)))))
84 #define ALPHA_BLEND_32_W(a, b) ALPHA_BLEND_BASE(a, b, 1, 3)
85 #define ALPHA_BLEND_64_W(a, b) ALPHA_BLEND_BASE(a, b, 1, 2)
86 #define ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(a, b) ALPHA_BLEND_BASE(a, b, 3, 2)
87 #define ALPHA_BLEND_224_W(a, b) ALPHA_BLEND_BASE(a, b, 7, 3)
88 
89 #define df(A, B) pixel_diff(A, B, r2y)
90 #define eq(A, B) (df(A, B) < 155)
91 
92 #define FILT2(PE, PI, PH, PF, PG, PC, PD, PB, PA, G5, C4, G0, D0, C1, B1, F4, I4, H5, I5, A0, A1, \
93  N0, N1, N2, N3) do { \
94  if (PE != PH && PE != PF) { \
95  const unsigned e = df(PE,PC) + df(PE,PG) + df(PI,H5) + df(PI,F4) + (df(PH,PF)<<2); \
96  const unsigned i = df(PH,PD) + df(PH,I5) + df(PF,I4) + df(PF,PB) + (df(PE,PI)<<2); \
97  if (e <= i) { \
98  const unsigned px = df(PE,PF) <= df(PE,PH) ? PF : PH; \
99  if (e < i && (!eq(PF,PB) && !eq(PH,PD) || eq(PE,PI) \
100  && (!eq(PF,I4) && !eq(PH,I5)) \
101  || eq(PE,PG) || eq(PE,PC))) { \
102  const unsigned ke = df(PF,PG); \
103  const unsigned ki = df(PH,PC); \
104  const int left = ke<<1 <= ki && PE != PG && PD != PG; \
105  const int up = ke >= ki<<1 && PE != PC && PB != PC; \
106  if (left && up) { \
107  E[N3] = ALPHA_BLEND_224_W(E[N3], px); \
108  E[N2] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N2], px); \
109  E[N1] = E[N2]; \
110  } else if (left) { \
111  E[N3] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N3], px); \
112  E[N2] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N2], px); \
113  } else if (up) { \
114  E[N3] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N3], px); \
115  E[N1] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N1], px); \
116  } else { /* diagonal */ \
117  E[N3] = ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(E[N3], px); \
118  } \
119  } else { \
120  E[N3] = ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(E[N3], px); \
121  } \
122  } \
123  } \
124 } while (0)
125 
126 #define FILT3(PE, PI, PH, PF, PG, PC, PD, PB, PA, G5, C4, G0, D0, C1, B1, F4, I4, H5, I5, A0, A1, \
127  N0, N1, N2, N3, N4, N5, N6, N7, N8) do { \
128  if (PE != PH && PE != PF) { \
129  const unsigned e = df(PE,PC) + df(PE,PG) + df(PI,H5) + df(PI,F4) + (df(PH,PF)<<2); \
130  const unsigned i = df(PH,PD) + df(PH,I5) + df(PF,I4) + df(PF,PB) + (df(PE,PI)<<2); \
131  if (e <= i) { \
132  const unsigned px = df(PE,PF) <= df(PE,PH) ? PF : PH; \
133  if (e < i && (!eq(PF,PB) && !eq(PF,PC) || !eq(PH,PD) && !eq(PH,PG) || eq(PE,PI) \
134  && (!eq(PF,F4) && !eq(PF,I4) || !eq(PH,H5) && !eq(PH,I5)) \
135  || eq(PE,PG) || eq(PE,PC))) { \
136  const unsigned ke = df(PF,PG); \
137  const unsigned ki = df(PH,PC); \
138  const int left = ke<<1 <= ki && PE != PG && PD != PG; \
139  const int up = ke >= ki<<1 && PE != PC && PB != PC; \
140  if (left && up) { \
141  E[N7] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N7], px); \
142  E[N6] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N6], px); \
143  E[N5] = E[N7]; \
144  E[N2] = E[N6]; \
145  E[N8] = px; \
146  } else if (left) { \
147  E[N7] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N7], px); \
148  E[N5] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N5], px); \
149  E[N6] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N6], px); \
150  E[N8] = px; \
151  } else if (up) { \
152  E[N5] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N5], px); \
153  E[N7] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N7], px); \
154  E[N2] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N2], px); \
155  E[N8] = px; \
156  } else { /* diagonal */ \
157  E[N8] = ALPHA_BLEND_224_W(E[N8], px); \
158  E[N5] = ALPHA_BLEND_32_W( E[N5], px); \
159  E[N7] = ALPHA_BLEND_32_W( E[N7], px); \
160  } \
161  } else { \
162  E[N8] = ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(E[N8], px); \
163  } \
164  } \
165  } \
166 } while (0)
167 
168 #define FILT4(PE, PI, PH, PF, PG, PC, PD, PB, PA, G5, C4, G0, D0, C1, B1, F4, I4, H5, I5, A0, A1, \
169  N15, N14, N11, N3, N7, N10, N13, N12, N9, N6, N2, N1, N5, N8, N4, N0) do { \
170  if (PE != PH && PE != PF) { \
171  const unsigned e = df(PE,PC) + df(PE,PG) + df(PI,H5) + df(PI,F4) + (df(PH,PF)<<2); \
172  const unsigned i = df(PH,PD) + df(PH,I5) + df(PF,I4) + df(PF,PB) + (df(PE,PI)<<2); \
173  if (e <= i) { \
174  const unsigned px = df(PE,PF) <= df(PE,PH) ? PF : PH; \
175  if (e < i && (!eq(PF,PB) && !eq(PH,PD) || eq(PE,PI) \
176  && (!eq(PF,I4) && !eq(PH,I5)) \
177  || eq(PE,PG) || eq(PE,PC))) { \
178  const unsigned ke = df(PF,PG); \
179  const unsigned ki = df(PH,PC); \
180  const int left = ke<<1 <= ki && PE != PG && PD != PG; \
181  const int up = ke >= ki<<1 && PE != PC && PB != PC; \
182  if (left && up) { \
183  E[N13] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N13], px); \
184  E[N12] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N12], px); \
185  E[N15] = E[N14] = E[N11] = px; \
186  E[N10] = E[N3] = E[N12]; \
187  E[N7] = E[N13]; \
188  } else if (left) { \
189  E[N11] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N11], px); \
190  E[N13] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N13], px); \
191  E[N10] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N10], px); \
192  E[N12] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N12], px); \
193  E[N14] = px; \
194  E[N15] = px; \
195  } else if (up) { \
196  E[N14] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N14], px); \
197  E[N7 ] = ALPHA_BLEND_192_W(E[N7 ], px); \
198  E[N10] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N10], px); \
199  E[N3 ] = ALPHA_BLEND_64_W( E[N3 ], px); \
200  E[N11] = px; \
201  E[N15] = px; \
202  } else { /* diagonal */ \
203  E[N11] = ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(E[N11], px); \
204  E[N14] = ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(E[N14], px); \
205  E[N15] = px; \
206  } \
207  } else { \
208  E[N15] = ALPHA_BLEND_128_W(E[N15], px); \
209  } \
210  } \
211  } \
212 } while (0)
213 
214 static av_always_inline void xbr_filter(const ThreadData *td, int jobnr, int nb_jobs, int n)
215 {
216  int x, y;
217  const AVFrame *input = td->in;
218  AVFrame *output = td->out;
219  const uint32_t *r2y = td->rgbtoyuv;
220  const int slice_start = (input->height * jobnr ) / nb_jobs;
221  const int slice_end = (input->height * (jobnr+1)) / nb_jobs;
222  const int nl = output->linesize[0] >> 2;
223  const int nl1 = nl + nl;
224  const int nl2 = nl1 + nl;
225 
226  for (y = slice_start; y < slice_end; y++) {
227 
228  uint32_t *E = (uint32_t *)(output->data[0] + y * output->linesize[0] * n);
229  const uint32_t *sa2 = (uint32_t *)(input->data[0] + y * input->linesize[0] - 8); /* center */
230  const uint32_t *sa1 = sa2 - (input->linesize[0]>>2); /* up x1 */
231  const uint32_t *sa0 = sa1 - (input->linesize[0]>>2); /* up x2 */
232  const uint32_t *sa3 = sa2 + (input->linesize[0]>>2); /* down x1 */
233  const uint32_t *sa4 = sa3 + (input->linesize[0]>>2); /* down x2 */
234 
235  if (y <= 1) {
236  sa0 = sa1;
237  if (y == 0) {
238  sa0 = sa1 = sa2;
239  }
240  }
241 
242  if (y >= input->height - 2) {
243  sa4 = sa3;
244  if (y == input->height - 1) {
245  sa4 = sa3 = sa2;
246  }
247  }
248 
249  for (x = 0; x < input->width; x++) {
250  const uint32_t B1 = sa0[2];
251  const uint32_t PB = sa1[2];
252  const uint32_t PE = sa2[2];
253  const uint32_t PH = sa3[2];
254  const uint32_t H5 = sa4[2];
255 
256  const int pprev = 2 - (x > 0);
257  const uint32_t A1 = sa0[pprev];
258  const uint32_t PA = sa1[pprev];
259  const uint32_t PD = sa2[pprev];
260  const uint32_t PG = sa3[pprev];
261  const uint32_t G5 = sa4[pprev];
262 
263  const int pprev2 = pprev - (x > 1);
264  const uint32_t A0 = sa1[pprev2];
265  const uint32_t D0 = sa2[pprev2];
266  const uint32_t G0 = sa3[pprev2];
267 
268  const int pnext = 3 - (x == input->width - 1);
269  const uint32_t C1 = sa0[pnext];
270  const uint32_t PC = sa1[pnext];
271  const uint32_t PF = sa2[pnext];
272  const uint32_t PI = sa3[pnext];
273  const uint32_t I5 = sa4[pnext];
274 
275  const int pnext2 = pnext + 1 - (x >= input->width - 2);
276  const uint32_t C4 = sa1[pnext2];
277  const uint32_t F4 = sa2[pnext2];
278  const uint32_t I4 = sa3[pnext2];
279 
280  if (n == 2) {
281  E[0] = E[1] = // 0, 1
282  E[nl] = E[nl + 1] = PE; // 2, 3
283 
284  FILT2(PE, PI, PH, PF, PG, PC, PD, PB, PA, G5, C4, G0, D0, C1, B1, F4, I4, H5, I5, A0, A1, 0, 1, nl, nl+1);
285  FILT2(PE, PC, PF, PB, PI, PA, PH, PD, PG, I4, A1, I5, H5, A0, D0, B1, C1, F4, C4, G5, G0, nl, 0, nl+1, 1);
286  FILT2(PE, PA, PB, PD, PC, PG, PF, PH, PI, C1, G0, C4, F4, G5, H5, D0, A0, B1, A1, I4, I5, nl+1, nl, 1, 0);
287  FILT2(PE, PG, PD, PH, PA, PI, PB, PF, PC, A0, I5, A1, B1, I4, F4, H5, G5, D0, G0, C1, C4, 1, nl+1, 0, nl);
288  } else if (n == 3) {
289  E[0] = E[1] = E[2] = // 0, 1, 2
290  E[nl] = E[nl+1] = E[nl+2] = // 3, 4, 5
291  E[nl1] = E[nl1+1] = E[nl1+2] = PE; // 6, 7, 8
292 
293  FILT3(PE, PI, PH, PF, PG, PC, PD, PB, PA, G5, C4, G0, D0, C1, B1, F4, I4, H5, I5, A0, A1, 0, 1, 2, nl, nl+1, nl+2, nl1, nl1+1, nl1+2);
294  FILT3(PE, PC, PF, PB, PI, PA, PH, PD, PG, I4, A1, I5, H5, A0, D0, B1, C1, F4, C4, G5, G0, nl1, nl, 0, nl1+1, nl+1, 1, nl1+2, nl+2, 2);
295  FILT3(PE, PA, PB, PD, PC, PG, PF, PH, PI, C1, G0, C4, F4, G5, H5, D0, A0, B1, A1, I4, I5, nl1+2, nl1+1, nl1, nl+2, nl+1, nl, 2, 1, 0);
296  FILT3(PE, PG, PD, PH, PA, PI, PB, PF, PC, A0, I5, A1, B1, I4, F4, H5, G5, D0, G0, C1, C4, 2, nl+2, nl1+2, 1, nl+1, nl1+1, 0, nl, nl1);
297  } else if (n == 4) {
298  E[0] = E[1] = E[2] = E[3] = // 0, 1, 2, 3
299  E[nl] = E[nl+1] = E[nl+2] = E[nl+3] = // 4, 5, 6, 7
300  E[nl1] = E[nl1+1] = E[nl1+2] = E[nl1+3] = // 8, 9, 10, 11
301  E[nl2] = E[nl2+1] = E[nl2+2] = E[nl2+3] = PE; // 12, 13, 14, 15
302 
303  FILT4(PE, PI, PH, PF, PG, PC, PD, PB, PA, G5, C4, G0, D0, C1, B1, F4, I4, H5, I5, A0, A1, nl2+3, nl2+2, nl1+3, 3, nl+3, nl1+2, nl2+1, nl2, nl1+1, nl+2, 2, 1, nl+1, nl1, nl, 0);
304  FILT4(PE, PC, PF, PB, PI, PA, PH, PD, PG, I4, A1, I5, H5, A0, D0, B1, C1, F4, C4, G5, G0, 3, nl+3, 2, 0, 1, nl+2, nl1+3, nl2+3, nl1+2, nl+1, nl, nl1, nl1+1, nl2+2, nl2+1, nl2);
305  FILT4(PE, PA, PB, PD, PC, PG, PF, PH, PI, C1, G0, C4, F4, G5, H5, D0, A0, B1, A1, I4, I5, 0, 1, nl, nl2, nl1, nl+1, 2, 3, nl+2, nl1+1, nl2+1, nl2+2, nl1+2, nl+3, nl1+3, nl2+3);
306  FILT4(PE, PG, PD, PH, PA, PI, PB, PF, PC, A0, I5, A1, B1, I4, F4, H5, G5, D0, G0, C1, C4, nl2, nl1, nl2+1, nl2+3, nl2+2, nl1+1, nl, 0, nl+1, nl1+2, nl1+3, nl+3, nl+2, 1, 2, 3);
307  }
308 
309  sa0 += 1;
310  sa1 += 1;
311  sa2 += 1;
312  sa3 += 1;
313  sa4 += 1;
314 
315  E += n;
316  }
317  }
318 }
319 
320 #define XBR_FUNC(size) \
321 static int xbr##size##x(AVFilterContext *ctx, void *arg, int jobnr, int nb_jobs) \
322 { \
323  xbr_filter(arg, jobnr, nb_jobs, size); \
324  return 0; \
325 }
326 
327 XBR_FUNC(2)
328 XBR_FUNC(3)
329 XBR_FUNC(4)
330 
331 
332 static int config_output(AVFilterLink *outlink)
333 {
334  AVFilterContext *ctx = outlink->src;
335  XBRContext *s = ctx->priv;
336  AVFilterLink *inlink = ctx->inputs[0];
337 
338  outlink->w = inlink->w * s->n;
339  outlink->h = inlink->h * s->n;
340  return 0;
341 }
342 
344 {
345  AVFilterContext *ctx = inlink->dst;
346  AVFilterLink *outlink = ctx->outputs[0];
347  XBRContext *s = ctx->priv;
348  ThreadData td;
349 
350  AVFrame *out = ff_get_video_buffer(outlink, outlink->w, outlink->h);
351  if (!out) {
352  av_frame_free(&in);
353  return AVERROR(ENOMEM);
354  }
355 
357 
358  td.in = in;
359  td.out = out;
360  td.rgbtoyuv = s->rgbtoyuv;
361  ff_filter_execute(ctx, s->func, &td, NULL,
363 
364  out->width = outlink->w;
365  out->height = outlink->h;
366 
367  av_frame_free(&in);
368  return ff_filter_frame(outlink, out);
369 }
370 
372 {
373  XBRContext *s = ctx->priv;
374  static const xbrfunc_t xbrfuncs[] = {xbr2x, xbr3x, xbr4x};
375 
376  uint32_t c;
377  int bg, rg, g;
378 
379  for (bg = -255; bg < 256; bg++) {
380  for (rg = -255; rg < 256; rg++) {
381  const uint32_t u = (uint32_t)((-169*rg + 500*bg)/1000) + 128;
382  const uint32_t v = (uint32_t)(( 500*rg - 81*bg)/1000) + 128;
383  int startg = FFMAX3(-bg, -rg, 0);
384  int endg = FFMIN3(255-bg, 255-rg, 255);
385  uint32_t y = (uint32_t)(( 299*rg + 1000*startg + 114*bg)/1000);
386  c = bg + rg * (1 << 16) + 0x010101 * startg;
387  for (g = startg; g <= endg; g++) {
388  s->rgbtoyuv[c] = ((y++) << 16) + (u << 8) + v;
389  c+= 0x010101;
390  }
391  }
392  }
393 
394  s->func = xbrfuncs[s->n - 2];
395  return 0;
396 }
397 
398 static const AVFilterPad xbr_inputs[] = {
399  {
400  .name = "default",
401  .type = AVMEDIA_TYPE_VIDEO,
402  .filter_frame = filter_frame,
403  },
404 };
405 
406 static const AVFilterPad xbr_outputs[] = {
407  {
408  .name = "default",
409  .type = AVMEDIA_TYPE_VIDEO,
410  .config_props = config_output,
411  },
412 };
413 
415  .name = "xbr",
416  .description = NULL_IF_CONFIG_SMALL("Scale the input using xBR algorithm."),
420  .priv_size = sizeof(XBRContext),
421  .priv_class = &xbr_class,
422  .init = init,
424 };
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