Commit c4627a9f authored by Jim Bankoski's avatar Jim Bankoski
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cpplint issues in vp9_onyx_int.h

Change-Id: I6c4058aebe834e1a12b7a3fb10484b9ebe60b349
parent 5c66f6f5
......@@ -320,13 +320,13 @@ typedef struct VP9_COMP {
YV12_BUFFER_CONFIG scaled_source;
unsigned int frames_till_alt_ref_frame;
int source_alt_ref_pending; // frame in src_buffers has been identified to be encoded as an alt ref
int source_alt_ref_active; // an alt ref frame has been encoded and is usable
int source_alt_ref_pending;
int source_alt_ref_active;
int is_src_frame_alt_ref; // source of frame to encode is an exact copy of an alt ref frame
int is_src_frame_alt_ref;
int gold_is_last; // golden frame same as last frame ( short circuit gold searches)
int alt_is_last; // Alt reference frame same as last ( short circuit altref search)
int gold_is_last; // gold same as last frame ( short circuit gold searches)
int alt_is_last; // Alt same as last ( short circuit altref search)
int gold_is_alt; // don't do both alt and gold search ( just do gold).
int scaled_ref_idx[3];
......@@ -404,14 +404,14 @@ typedef struct VP9_COMP {
double gf_rate_correction_factor;
unsigned int frames_since_golden;
int frames_till_gf_update_due; // Count down till next GF
int frames_till_gf_update_due; // Count down till next GF
int gf_overspend_bits; // Total bits overspent becasue of GF boost (cumulative)
int gf_overspend_bits; // cumulative bits overspent because of GF boost
int non_gf_bitrate_adjustment; // Used in the few frames following a GF to recover the extra bits spent in that GF
int non_gf_bitrate_adjustment; // Following GF to recover extra bits spent
int kf_overspend_bits; // Extra bits spent on key frames that need to be recovered on inter frames
int kf_bitrate_adjustment; // Current number of bit s to try and recover on each inter frame.
int kf_overspend_bits; // Bits spent on key frames to be recovered on inters
int kf_bitrate_adjustment; // number of bits to recover on each inter frame.
int max_gf_interval;
int baseline_gf_interval;
int active_arnr_frames; // <= cpi->oxcf.arnr_max_frames
......@@ -419,9 +419,9 @@ typedef struct VP9_COMP {
int64_t key_frame_count;
int prior_key_frame_distance[KEY_FRAME_CONTEXT];
int per_frame_bandwidth; // Current section per frame bandwidth target
int av_per_frame_bandwidth; // Average frame size target for clip
int min_frame_bandwidth; // Minimum allocation that should be used for any frame
int per_frame_bandwidth; // Current section per frame bandwidth target
int av_per_frame_bandwidth; // Average frame size target for clip
int min_frame_bandwidth; // Minimum allocation used for any frame
int inter_frame_target;
double output_framerate;
int64_t last_time_stamp_seen;
......@@ -517,7 +517,8 @@ typedef struct VP9_COMP {
unsigned int max_mv_magnitude;
int mv_step_param;
// Data used for real time conferencing mode to help determine if it would be good to update the gf
// Data used for real time conferencing mode to help determine if it
// would be good to update the gf
int inter_zz_count;
int gf_bad_count;
int gf_update_recommended;
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