Commit 9dc95b0a authored by Adrian Grange's avatar Adrian Grange
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Added check to make sure maximum buffer size not exceeded

Added code to clip the buffer level to the maximum buffer
size. Without this the buffer level would increase

This bug was found when encoding an essentially static
scene at 2Mb/s. The encoder is unable to generate frames
consistent with the high data-rate because Q bottoms out
at Qmin.

As frames generated are consistently undersized the buffer
level increases and does not get checked against the
maximum size specified by the user (or default).

Change-Id: Id8a3c6323d3246da50f7cb53ddbf78b5528032c6
parent f89ea343
......@@ -4525,6 +4525,10 @@ static void encode_frame_to_data_rate
cpi->bits_off_target += cpi->av_per_frame_bandwidth - cpi->projected_frame_size;
// Clip the buffer level to the maximum specified buffer size
if (cpi->bits_off_target > cpi->oxcf.maximum_buffer_size)
cpi->bits_off_target = cpi->oxcf.maximum_buffer_size;
// Rolling monitors of whether we are over or underspending used to help regulate min and Max Q in two pass.
cpi->rolling_target_bits = ((cpi->rolling_target_bits * 3) + cpi->this_frame_target + 2) / 4;
cpi->rolling_actual_bits = ((cpi->rolling_actual_bits * 3) + cpi->projected_frame_size + 2) / 4;
......@@ -4552,6 +4556,10 @@ static void encode_frame_to_data_rate
lc->bits_off_target += bits_off_for_this_layer;
// Clip buffer level to maximum buffer size for the layer
if (lc->bits_off_target > lc->maximum_buffer_size)
lc->bits_off_target = lc->maximum_buffer_size;
lc->total_actual_bits += cpi->projected_frame_size;
lc->total_target_vs_actual += bits_off_for_this_layer;
lc->buffer_level = lc->bits_off_target;
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