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// Original author:
#ifndef mediapipelinefilter_h__
#define mediapipelinefilter_h__
#include <cstddef>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string>
#include <set>
#include <vector>
#include "api/rtp_parameters.h"
#include "mozilla/Maybe.h"
namespace webrtc {
struct RTPHeader;
} // namespace webrtc
namespace mozilla {
// TODO @@NG update documentation after initial review
// A class that handles the work of filtering RTP packets that arrive at a
// MediaPipeline. This is primarily important for the use of BUNDLE (ie;
// multiple m-lines share the same RTP stream). There are three ways that this
// can work;
// 1) In our SDP, we include a media-level extmap parameter with a unique
// integer of our choosing, with the hope that the other side will include
// this value in a header in the first few RTP packets it sends us. This
// allows us to perform correlation in cases where the other side has not
// informed us of the ssrcs it will be sending (either because it did not
// include them in its SDP, or their SDP has not arrived yet)
// and also gives us the opportunity to learn SSRCs from packets so adorned.
// 2) If the remote endpoint includes SSRC media-level attributes in its SDP,
// we can simply use this information to populate the filter. The only
// shortcoming here is when RTP packets arrive before the answer does. See
// above.
// 3) As a fallback, we can try to use payload type IDs to perform correlation,
// but only when the type id is unique to this media section.
// This too allows us to learn about SSRCs (mostly useful for filtering
// sender reports later).
class MediaPipelineFilter {
MediaPipelineFilter() = default;
explicit MediaPipelineFilter(
const std::vector<webrtc::RtpExtension>& aExtMap);
// Checks whether this packet passes the filter, possibly updating the filter
// in the process (if the MID or payload types are used, they can teach
// the filter about ssrcs)
bool Filter(const webrtc::RTPHeader& header);
void AddRemoteSSRC(uint32_t ssrc);
void SetRemoteMediaStreamId(const Maybe<std::string>& aMid);
// When a payload type id is unique to our media section, add it here.
void AddUniqueReceivePT(uint8_t payload_type);
void Update(const MediaPipelineFilter& filter_update);
std::vector<webrtc::RtpExtension> GetExtmap() const { return mExtMap; }
// The number of filters we manage here is quite small, so I am optimizing
// for readability.
std::set<uint32_t> remote_ssrc_set_;
std::set<uint8_t> receive_payload_type_set_;
Maybe<std::string> mRemoteMid;
std::set<uint32_t> mRemoteMidBindings;
// RID extension can be set by tests and is sticky, the rest of
// the mapping is not.
std::vector<webrtc::RtpExtension> mExtMap;
} // end namespace mozilla
#endif // mediapipelinefilter_h__