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// -*- c-basic-offset: 4 -*-

    A sequencer and musical notation editor.

    This program is Copyright 2000-2006
        Guillaume Laurent   <glaurent@telegraph-road.org>,
        Chris Cannam        <cannam@all-day-breakfast.com>,
        Richard Bown        <bownie@bownie.com>

    The moral right of the authors to claim authorship of this work
    has been asserted.

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
    modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
    published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
    License, or (at your option) any later version.  See the file
    COPYING included with this distribution for more information.

#ifndef _AUDIOFILE_H_
#define _AUDIOFILE_H_

#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <cmath>

#include <qfileinfo.h>

#include "SoundFile.h"
#include "RealTime.h"

// An AudioFile maintains information pertaining to an audio sample.
// This is an abstract base class from which we derive our actual
// AudioFile types - WAV, BWF, AIFF etc.

namespace Rosegarden

typedef unsigned int AudioFileId;

// The different types of audio file we support.
typedef enum

    UNKNOWN, // not yet known
    WAV,     // RIFF (Resource Interchange File Format) wav file 
    BWF,     // RIFF Broadcast Wave File
    AIFF,    // Audio Interchange File Format

} AudioFileType;

class AudioFile : public SoundFile
    // The "read" constructor - open a file
    // an assign a name and id to it.
    AudioFile(AudioFileId id,
              const std::string &name,
              const std::string &fileName);

    // The "write" constructor - we only need to
    // specify a filename and some parameters and
    // then write it out.
    AudioFile(const std::string &fileName,
              unsigned int channels,
              unsigned int sampleRate,
              unsigned int bitsPerSample);


    // Id of this audio file (used by AudioFileManager)
    void setId(AudioFileId id) { m_id = id; }
    AudioFileId getId() const { return m_id; }

    // Name of this sample - in addition to a filename
    void setName(const std::string &name) { m_name = name; }
    std::string getName() const { return m_name; }

    // Used for waveform interpolation at a point
    float sinc(float value) { return sin(M_PI * value)/ M_PI * value; }

    // Audio file identifier - set in constructor of file type
    AudioFileType getType() const { return m_type; }

    unsigned int getBitsPerSample() const { return m_bitsPerSample; }
    unsigned int getSampleRate() const { return m_sampleRate; }
    unsigned int getChannels() const { return m_channels; }
    // We must continue our main control abstract methods from SoundFile
    // and add our own close() method that will add any relevant header
    // information to an audio file that has been written and is now
    // being closed.
    virtual bool open() = 0;
    virtual bool write() = 0;
    virtual void close() = 0;

    // Show the information we have on this file
    virtual void printStats() = 0;

    // Move file pointer to relative time in data chunk - shouldn't be
    // less than zero.  Returns true if the scan time was valid and
    // successful.  Need two interfaces because when playing we use an
    // external file handle (one per playback instance - PlayableAudioFile)
    virtual bool scanTo(const RealTime &time) = 0;
    virtual bool scanTo(std::ifstream *file, const RealTime &time) = 0;

    // Scan forward in a file by a certain amount of time - same
    // double interface (simple one for peak file generation, other
    // for playback).
    virtual bool scanForward(const RealTime &time) = 0;
    virtual bool scanForward(std::ifstream *file, const RealTime &time) = 0;

    // Return a number of samples - caller will have to
    // de-interleave n-channel samples themselves.
    virtual std::string getSampleFrames(std::ifstream *file,
                                        unsigned int frames) = 0;

    // Return a number of samples - caller will have to
    // de-interleave n-channel samples themselves.  Place
    // results in buf, return actual number of frames read.
    virtual unsigned int getSampleFrames(std::ifstream *file,
                               char *buf,
                               unsigned int frames) = 0;

    // Return a number of (possibly) interleaved samples
    // over a time slice from current file pointer position.
    virtual std::string getSampleFrameSlice(std::ifstream *file,
                                            const RealTime &time) = 0;

    // Append a string of samples to an already open (for writing)
    // audio file.  Caller must have interleaved samples etc.
    virtual bool appendSamples(const std::string &buffer) = 0;

    // Append a string of samples to an already open (for writing)
    // audio file.  Caller must have interleaved samples etc.
    virtual bool appendSamples(const char *buffer, unsigned int frames) = 0;

    // Get the length of the sample file in RealTime
    virtual RealTime getLength() = 0;

    // Offset to start of sample data
    virtual std::streampos getDataOffset() = 0;

    // Return the peak file name
    virtual std::string getPeakFilename() = 0;

    // Return the modification timestamp
    QDateTime getModificationDateTime();

    // Implement in actual file type
    virtual unsigned int getBytesPerFrame() = 0;

    // Decode and de-interleave the given samples that were retrieved
    // from this file or another with the same format as it.  Place
    // the results in the given float buffer.  Return true for
    // success.  This function does crappy resampling if necessary.
    virtual bool decode(const unsigned char *sourceData,
                  size_t sourceBytes,
                  size_t targetSampleRate,
                  size_t targetChannels,
                  size_t targetFrames,
                  std::vector<float *> &targetData,
                  bool addToResultBuffers = false) = 0;


    AudioFileType  m_type;   // AudioFile type
    AudioFileId    m_id;     // AudioFile ID
    std::string    m_name;   // AudioFile name (not filename)

    unsigned int   m_bitsPerSample;
    unsigned int   m_sampleRate;
    unsigned int   m_channels;

    // How many bytes do we read before we get to the data?
    // Could be huge so we make it a long long. -1 means it
    // hasn't been set yet.
    long long      m_dataChunkIndex;

    QFileInfo     *m_fileInfo;



#endif // _AUDIOFILE_H_

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