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# -*- Mode: Python -*-
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# (c) 2005-2008 Edward Hervey <bilboed at bilboed dot com>
# Discovers multimedia information on files
# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
# version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# Lesser General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Class and functions for getting multimedia information about files
import os.path
import gobject
import gst
from gst.extend.pygobject import gsignal
class Discoverer(gst.Pipeline):
Discovers information about files.
This class is event-based and needs a mainloop to work properly.
Emits the 'discovered' signal when discovery is finished.
The 'discovered' callback has one boolean argument, which is True if the
file contains decodable multimedia streams.
__gsignals__ = {
'discovered' : (gobject.SIGNAL_RUN_FIRST,
(gobject.TYPE_BOOLEAN, ))
mimetype = None
audiocaps = {}
videocaps = {}
inputaudiocaps = {}
inputvideocaps = {}
videowidth = 0
videoheight = 0
videorate = 0
audiofloat = False
audiorate = 0
audiodepth = 0
audiowidth = 0
audiochannels = 0
audiolength = 0L
videolength = 0L
is_video = False
is_audio = False
otherstreams = []
finished = False
sinknumber = 0
tags = {}
def __init__(self, filename, max_interleave=1.0, timeout=3000):
filename: str; absolute path of the file to be discovered.
max_interleave: int or float; the maximum frame interleave in seconds.
The value must be greater than the input file frame interleave
or the discoverer may not find out all input file's streams.
The default value is 1 second and you shouldn't have to change it,
changing it mean larger discovering time and bigger memory usage.
timeout: int; duration in ms for the discovery to complete.
self.mimetype = None
self.containercaps = False
self.audiocaps = {}
self.videocaps = {}
self.inputaudiocaps = {}
self.inputvideocaps = {}
self.videowidth = 0
self.videoheight = 0
self.videorate = gst.Fraction(0,1)
self.audiofloat = False
self.audiorate = 0
self.audiodepth = 0
self.audiowidth = 0
self.audiochannels = 0
self.audiolength = 0L
self.videolength = 0L
self.is_video = False
self.is_audio = False
self.otherstreams = []
self.finished = False
self.tags = {}
self._success = False
self._nomorepads = False
self._timeoutid = 0
self._timeout = timeout
self._max_interleave = max_interleave
if not os.path.isfile(filename):
self.debug("File '%s' does not exist, finished" % filename)
self.finished = True
# the initial elements of the pipeline
self.src = gst.element_factory_make("filesrc")
self.src.set_property("location", filename)
self.src.set_property("blocksize", 1000000)
self.dbin = gst.element_factory_make("decodebin2")
self.add(self.src, self.dbin)
self.typefind = self.dbin.get_by_name("typefind")
# callbacks
self.typefind.connect("have-type", self._have_type_cb)
self.dbin.connect("new-decoded-pad", self._new_decoded_pad_cb)
self.dbin.connect("autoplug-continue", \
self.dbin.connect("no-more-pads", self._no_more_pads_cb)
self.dbin.connect("unknown-type", self._unknown_type_cb)
def _timed_out_or_eos(self):
if (not self.is_audio and not self.is_video) or \
(self.is_audio and not self.audiocaps) or \
(self.is_video and not self.videocaps):
def _finished(self, success=False):
self.debug("success:%d" % success)
self._success = success
if self._timeoutid:
self._timeoutid = 0
return False
def _stop(self):
self.debug("success:%d" % self._success)
self.finished = True
self.debug("about to emit signal")
self.emit('discovered', self._success)
def _bus_message_cb(self, bus, message):
if message.type == gst.MESSAGE_EOS:
self.debug("Got EOS")
elif message.type == gst.MESSAGE_TAG:
for key in message.parse_tag().keys():
self.tags[key] = message.structure[key]
elif message.type == gst.MESSAGE_ERROR:
self.debug("Got error")
def discover(self):
"""Find the information on the given file asynchronously"""
self.debug("starting discovery")
if self.finished:
self.emit('discovered', False)
self.bus = self.get_bus()
self.bus.connect("message", self._bus_message_cb)
# 3s timeout
self._timeoutid = gobject.timeout_add(self._timeout, \
self._timed_out_or_eos)"setting to PLAY")
if not self.set_state(gst.STATE_PLAYING):
def _time_to_string(self, value):
transform a value in nanoseconds into a human-readable string
ms = value / gst.MSECOND
sec = ms / 1000
ms = ms % 1000
min = sec / 60
sec = sec % 60
return "%2dm %2ds %3d" % (min, sec, ms)
def print_info(self):
"""prints out the information on the given file"""
if not self.finished:
if not self.mimetype:
print "Unknown media type"
print "Mime Type :\t", self.mimetype
if not self.is_video and not self.is_audio:
print "Length :\t", self._time_to_string(max(self.audiolength, \
print "\tAudio:", self._time_to_string(self.audiolength), "\tVideo:", \
if self.is_video and self.videorate:
print "Video :"
print "Incoming video format :" + str(self.inputvideocaps)
print "\t%d x %d @ %d/%d fps" % (self.videowidth, \
self.videoheight, \
self.videorate.num, \
if self.tags.has_key("video-codec"):
print "\tCodec :", self.tags.pop("video-codec")
if self.is_audio:
print "Audio :"
print "Incoming audio format :" + str(self.inputaudiocaps)
if self.audiofloat:
print "\t%d channels(s) : %dHz @ %dbits (float)" % \
(self.audiochannels, self.audiorate, self.audiowidth)
print "\t%d channels(s) : %dHz @ %dbits (int)" % \
(self.audiochannels, self.audiorate, self.audiodepth)
if self.tags.has_key("audio-codec"):
print "\tCodec :", self.tags.pop("audio-codec")
for stream in self.otherstreams:
if not stream == self.mimetype:
print "Other unsuported Multimedia stream :", stream
if self.tags:
print "Additional information :"
for tag in self.tags.keys():
print "%20s :\t" % tag, self.tags[tag]
def _no_more_pads_cb(self, dbin):"no more pads")
self._nomorepads = True
def _unknown_type_cb(self, dbin, pad, caps):
self.debug("unknown type : %s" % caps.to_string())
# if we get an unknown type and we don't already have an
# audio or video pad, we are finished !
if not self.is_video and not self.is_audio:
self.finished = True
def _have_type_cb(self, typefind, prob, caps):
self.mimetype = caps.to_string()
def _notify_caps_cb(self, pad, args):
caps = pad.get_negotiated_caps()
if not caps:"no negotiated caps available")
return"caps:%s" % caps.to_string())
# the caps are fixed
# We now get the total length of that stream
q = gst.query_new_duration(gst.FORMAT_TIME)"sending duration query")
if pad.get_peer().query(q):
format, length = q.parse_duration()
if format == gst.FORMAT_TIME:"got duration (time) : %s" % (gst.TIME_ARGS(length),))
else:"got duration : %d [format:%d]" % (length, format))
length = -1
gst.warning("duration query failed")
# We store the caps and length in the proper location
if "audio" in caps.to_string():
self.audiocaps = caps
self.audiolength = length
self.audiorate = caps[0]["rate"]
self.audiowidth = caps[0]["width"]
self.audiochannels = caps[0]["channels"]
if "x-raw-float" in caps.to_string():
self.audiofloat = True
self.audiodepth = caps[0]["depth"]
if self._nomorepads and ((not self.is_video) or self.videocaps):
elif "video" in caps.to_string():
self.videocaps = caps
self.videolength = length
self.videowidth = caps[0]["width"]
self.videoheight = caps[0]["height"]
self.videorate = caps[0]["framerate"]
if self._nomorepads and ((not self.is_audio) or self.audiocaps):
def _decodebin_autoplug_continue_cb(self, dbin, pad, caps):
if self.containercaps == False:
self.containercaps = caps
# print "autoplug continue returns " + str(caps)
c = caps[0].get_name()
# print "c is " + str(c)
if c.startswith("audio/"):
if c.startswith("audio/x-raw") == False:
# print "discoverer: c is audio " + str(c)
# if caps[0].has_field("rate"):
if caps.is_fixed():
blacklist = ['rate', 'channels', 'bitrate', \
'block_align', 'mode', 'subbands', \
'allocation', 'bitpool', 'blocks', 'width', \
'depth', 'codec_data']
for x in caps:
aresult = caps[0].get_name();
for attr in caps[0].keys():
if attr not in blacklist:
aresult += ","+attr+"="+str(caps[0][attr])
self.inputaudiocaps = aresult
# print "discoverer: self.inputaudiocaps " + \
# str(self.inputaudiocaps)
elif c.startswith("video/") or c.startswith("image/"):
if c.startswith("video/x-raw-yuv") == False or \
c.startswith("video/x-raw-rgb") == False:
if caps.is_fixed():
blacklist = ['height', 'width', 'framerate', 'depth', \
'codec_data', 'pixel-aspect-ratio', 'format']
for x in caps:
vresult = caps[0].get_name();
for attr in caps[0].keys():
if attr not in blacklist:
vresult += ","+attr+"="+str(caps[0][attr])
self.inputvideocaps = vresult
return True
def _new_decoded_pad_cb(self, dbin, pad, is_last):
# Does the file contain got audio or video ?
caps = pad.get_caps()"caps:%s" % caps.to_string())
if "audio" in caps.to_string():
self.is_audio = True
elif "video" in caps.to_string():
self.is_video = True
self.warning("got a different caps.. %s" % caps.to_string())
if is_last and not self.is_video and not self.is_audio:
self.debug("is last, not video or audio")
# we connect a fakesink to the new pad..."adding queue->fakesink")
fakesink = gst.element_factory_make("fakesink", "fakesink%d-%s" % \
(self.sinknumber, "audio" in caps.to_string() and \
"audio" or "video"))
self.sinknumber += 1
queue = gst.element_factory_make("queue")
# we want the queue to buffer up to the specified amount of data
# before outputting. This enables us to cope with formats
# that don't create their source pads straight away,
# but instead wait for the first buffer of that stream.
# The specified time must be greater than the input file
# frame interleave for the discoverer to work properly.
queue.props.min_threshold_time = int(self._max_interleave * gst.SECOND)
queue.props.max_size_time = int(2 * self._max_interleave * gst.SECOND)
queue.props.max_size_bytes = 0
# If durations are bad on the buffers (common for video decoders), we'll
# never reach the min_threshold_time or max_size_time. So, set a
# max size in buffers, and if reached, disable the min_threshold_time.
# This ensures we don't fail to discover with various ffmpeg
# demuxers/decoders that provide bogus (or no) duration.
queue.props.max_size_buffers = int(100 * self._max_interleave)
def _disable_min_threshold_cb(queue):
queue.props.min_threshold_time = 0
signal_id = queue.connect('overrun', _disable_min_threshold_cb)
self.add(fakesink, queue)
sinkpad = fakesink.get_pad("sink")
queuepad = queue.get_pad("sink")
# ... and connect a callback for when the caps are fixed
sinkpad.connect("notify::caps", self._notify_caps_cb)
pad.warning("##### Couldn't link pad to queue")
fakesink.set_state(gst.STATE_PLAYING)'finished here')
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