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/drivers/media/video/pwc/pwc-ioctl.h

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  1#ifndef PWC_IOCTL_H
  2#define PWC_IOCTL_H
  3
  4/* (C) 2001-2004 Nemosoft Unv.
  5   (C) 2004-2006 Luc Saillard (luc@saillard.org)
  6
  7   NOTE: this version of pwc is an unofficial (modified) release of pwc & pcwx
  8   driver and thus may have bugs that are not present in the original version.
  9   Please send bug reports and support requests to <luc@saillard.org>.
 10   The decompression routines have been implemented by reverse-engineering the
 11   Nemosoft binary pwcx module. Caveat emptor.
 12
 13   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
 14   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
 15   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
 16   (at your option) any later version.
 17
 18   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 19   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 20   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 21   GNU General Public License for more details.
 22
 23   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 24   along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 25   Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
 26*/
 27
 28/* This is pwc-ioctl.h belonging to PWC 10.0.10
 29   It contains structures and defines to communicate from user space
 30   directly to the driver.
 31 */
 32
 33/*
 34   Changes
 35   2001/08/03  Alvarado   Added ioctl constants to access methods for
 36			  changing white balance and red/blue gains
 37   2002/12/15  G. H. Fernandez-Toribio   VIDIOCGREALSIZE
 38   2003/12/13  Nemosft Unv. Some modifications to make interfacing to
 39	       PWCX easier
 40 */
 41
 42/* These are private ioctl() commands, specific for the Philips webcams.
 43   They contain functions not found in other webcams, and settings not
 44   specified in the Video4Linux API.
 45
 46   The #define names are built up like follows:
 47   VIDIOC		VIDeo IOCtl prefix
 48	 PWC		Philps WebCam
 49	    G           optional: Get
 50	    S           optional: Set
 51	     ... 	the function
 52 */
 53
 54#include <linux/types.h>
 55#include <linux/version.h>
 56
 57 /* Enumeration of image sizes */
 58#define PSZ_SQCIF	0x00
 59#define PSZ_QSIF	0x01
 60#define PSZ_QCIF	0x02
 61#define PSZ_SIF		0x03
 62#define PSZ_CIF		0x04
 63#define PSZ_VGA		0x05
 64#define PSZ_MAX		6
 65
 66
 67/* The frame rate is encoded in the video_window.flags parameter using
 68   the upper 16 bits, since some flags are defined nowadays. The following
 69   defines provide a mask and shift to filter out this value.
 70   This value can also be passing using the private flag when using v4l2 and
 71   VIDIOC_S_FMT ioctl.
 72
 73   In 'Snapshot' mode the camera freezes its automatic exposure and colour
 74   balance controls.
 75 */
 76#define PWC_FPS_SHIFT		16
 77#define PWC_FPS_MASK		0x00FF0000
 78#define PWC_FPS_FRMASK		0x003F0000
 79#define PWC_FPS_SNAPSHOT	0x00400000
 80#define PWC_QLT_MASK		0x03000000
 81#define PWC_QLT_SHIFT		24
 82
 83
 84/* structure for transferring x & y coordinates */
 85struct pwc_coord
 86{
 87	int x, y;		/* guess what */
 88	int size;		/* size, or offset */
 89};
 90
 91
 92/* Used with VIDIOCPWCPROBE */
 93struct pwc_probe
 94{
 95	char name[32];
 96	int type;
 97};
 98
 99struct pwc_serial
100{
101	char serial[30];	/* String with serial number. Contains terminating 0 */
102};
103
104/* pwc_whitebalance.mode values */
105#define PWC_WB_INDOOR		0
106#define PWC_WB_OUTDOOR		1
107#define PWC_WB_FL		2
108#define PWC_WB_MANUAL		3
109#define PWC_WB_AUTO		4
110
111/* Used with VIDIOCPWC[SG]AWB (Auto White Balance).
112   Set mode to one of the PWC_WB_* values above.
113   *red and *blue are the respective gains of these colour components inside
114   the camera; range 0..65535
115   When 'mode' == PWC_WB_MANUAL, 'manual_red' and 'manual_blue' are set or read;
116   otherwise undefined.
117   'read_red' and 'read_blue' are read-only.
118*/
119struct pwc_whitebalance
120{
121	int mode;
122	int manual_red, manual_blue;	/* R/W */
123	int read_red, read_blue;	/* R/O */
124};
125
126/*
127   'control_speed' and 'control_delay' are used in automatic whitebalance mode,
128   and tell the camera how fast it should react to changes in lighting, and
129   with how much delay. Valid values are 0..65535.
130*/
131struct pwc_wb_speed
132{
133	int control_speed;
134	int control_delay;
135
136};
137
138/* Used with VIDIOCPWC[SG]LED */
139struct pwc_leds
140{
141	int led_on;			/* Led on-time; range = 0..25000 */
142	int led_off;			/* Led off-time; range = 0..25000  */
143};
144
145/* Image size (used with GREALSIZE) */
146struct pwc_imagesize
147{
148	int width;
149	int height;
150};
151
152/* Defines and structures for Motorized Pan & Tilt */
153#define PWC_MPT_PAN		0x01
154#define PWC_MPT_TILT		0x02
155#define PWC_MPT_TIMEOUT		0x04 /* for status */
156
157/* Set angles; when absolute != 0, the angle is absolute and the
158   driver calculates the relative offset for you. This can only
159   be used with VIDIOCPWCSANGLE; VIDIOCPWCGANGLE always returns
160   absolute angles.
161 */
162struct pwc_mpt_angles
163{
164	int absolute;		/* write-only */
165	int pan;		/* degrees * 100 */
166	int tilt;		/* degress * 100 */
167};
168
169/* Range of angles of the camera, both horizontally and vertically.
170 */
171struct pwc_mpt_range
172{
173	int pan_min, pan_max;		/* degrees * 100 */
174	int tilt_min, tilt_max;
175};
176
177struct pwc_mpt_status
178{
179	int status;
180	int time_pan;
181	int time_tilt;
182};
183
184
185/* This is used for out-of-kernel decompression. With it, you can get
186   all the necessary information to initialize and use the decompressor
187   routines in standalone applications.
188 */
189struct pwc_video_command
190{
191	int type;		/* camera type (645, 675, 730, etc.) */
192	int release;		/* release number */
193
194	int size;		/* one of PSZ_* */
195	int alternate;
196	int command_len;	/* length of USB video command */
197	unsigned char command_buf[13];	/* Actual USB video command */
198	int bandlength;		/* >0 = compressed */
199	int frame_size;		/* Size of one (un)compressed frame */
200};
201
202/* Flags for PWCX subroutines. Not all modules honour all flags. */
203#define PWCX_FLAG_PLANAR	0x0001
204#define PWCX_FLAG_BAYER		0x0008
205
206
207/* IOCTL definitions */
208
209 /* Restore user settings */
210#define VIDIOCPWCRUSER		_IO('v', 192)
211 /* Save user settings */
212#define VIDIOCPWCSUSER		_IO('v', 193)
213 /* Restore factory settings */
214#define VIDIOCPWCFACTORY	_IO('v', 194)
215
216 /* You can manipulate the compression factor. A compression preference of 0
217    means use uncompressed modes when available; 1 is low compression, 2 is
218    medium and 3 is high compression preferred. Of course, the higher the
219    compression, the lower the bandwidth used but more chance of artefacts
220    in the image. The driver automatically chooses a higher compression when
221    the preferred mode is not available.
222  */
223 /* Set preferred compression quality (0 = uncompressed, 3 = highest compression) */
224#define VIDIOCPWCSCQUAL		_IOW('v', 195, int)
225 /* Get preferred compression quality */
226#define VIDIOCPWCGCQUAL		_IOR('v', 195, int)
227
228
229/* Retrieve serial number of camera */
230#define VIDIOCPWCGSERIAL	_IOR('v', 198, struct pwc_serial)
231
232 /* This is a probe function; since so many devices are supported, it
233    becomes difficult to include all the names in programs that want to
234    check for the enhanced Philips stuff. So in stead, try this PROBE;
235    it returns a structure with the original name, and the corresponding
236    Philips type.
237    To use, fill the structure with zeroes, call PROBE and if that succeeds,
238    compare the name with that returned from VIDIOCGCAP; they should be the
239    same. If so, you can be assured it is a Philips (OEM) cam and the type
240    is valid.
241 */
242#define VIDIOCPWCPROBE		_IOR('v', 199, struct pwc_probe)
243
244 /* Set AGC (Automatic Gain Control); int < 0 = auto, 0..65535 = fixed */
245#define VIDIOCPWCSAGC		_IOW('v', 200, int)
246 /* Get AGC; int < 0 = auto; >= 0 = fixed, range 0..65535 */
247#define VIDIOCPWCGAGC		_IOR('v', 200, int)
248 /* Set shutter speed; int < 0 = auto; >= 0 = fixed, range 0..65535 */
249#define VIDIOCPWCSSHUTTER	_IOW('v', 201, int)
250
251 /* Color compensation (Auto White Balance) */
252#define VIDIOCPWCSAWB           _IOW('v', 202, struct pwc_whitebalance)
253#define VIDIOCPWCGAWB           _IOR('v', 202, struct pwc_whitebalance)
254
255 /* Auto WB speed */
256#define VIDIOCPWCSAWBSPEED	_IOW('v', 203, struct pwc_wb_speed)
257#define VIDIOCPWCGAWBSPEED	_IOR('v', 203, struct pwc_wb_speed)
258
259 /* LEDs on/off/blink; int range 0..65535 */
260#define VIDIOCPWCSLED           _IOW('v', 205, struct pwc_leds)
261#define VIDIOCPWCGLED           _IOR('v', 205, struct pwc_leds)
262
263  /* Contour (sharpness); int < 0 = auto, 0..65536 = fixed */
264#define VIDIOCPWCSCONTOUR	_IOW('v', 206, int)
265#define VIDIOCPWCGCONTOUR	_IOR('v', 206, int)
266
267  /* Backlight compensation; 0 = off, otherwise on */
268#define VIDIOCPWCSBACKLIGHT	_IOW('v', 207, int)
269#define VIDIOCPWCGBACKLIGHT	_IOR('v', 207, int)
270
271  /* Flickerless mode; = 0 off, otherwise on */
272#define VIDIOCPWCSFLICKER	_IOW('v', 208, int)
273#define VIDIOCPWCGFLICKER	_IOR('v', 208, int)
274
275  /* Dynamic noise reduction; 0 off, 3 = high noise reduction */
276#define VIDIOCPWCSDYNNOISE	_IOW('v', 209, int)
277#define VIDIOCPWCGDYNNOISE	_IOR('v', 209, int)
278
279 /* Real image size as used by the camera; tells you whether or not there's a gray border around the image */
280#define VIDIOCPWCGREALSIZE	_IOR('v', 210, struct pwc_imagesize)
281
282 /* Motorized pan & tilt functions */
283#define VIDIOCPWCMPTRESET	_IOW('v', 211, int)
284#define VIDIOCPWCMPTGRANGE	_IOR('v', 211, struct pwc_mpt_range)
285#define VIDIOCPWCMPTSANGLE	_IOW('v', 212, struct pwc_mpt_angles)
286#define VIDIOCPWCMPTGANGLE	_IOR('v', 212, struct pwc_mpt_angles)
287#define VIDIOCPWCMPTSTATUS	_IOR('v', 213, struct pwc_mpt_status)
288
289 /* Get the USB set-video command; needed for initializing libpwcx */
290#define VIDIOCPWCGVIDCMD	_IOR('v', 215, struct pwc_video_command)
291struct pwc_table_init_buffer {
292   int len;
293   char *buffer;
294
295};
296#define VIDIOCPWCGVIDTABLE	_IOR('v', 216, struct pwc_table_init_buffer)
297
298/*
299 * This is private command used when communicating with v4l2.
300 * In the future all private ioctl will be remove/replace to
301 * use interface offer by v4l2.
302 */
303
304#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_SAVE_USER       (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 0)
305#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_RESTORE_USER    (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 1)
306#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_RESTORE_FACTORY (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 2)
307#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_COLOUR_MODE     (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 3)
308#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_AUTOCONTOUR     (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 4)
309#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_CONTOUR         (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 5)
310#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BACKLIGHT       (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 6)
311#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_FLICKERLESS     (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 7)
312#define V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_NOISE_REDUCTION (V4L2_CID_PRIVATE_BASE + 8)
313
314struct pwc_raw_frame {
315   __le16 type;		/* type of the webcam */
316   __le16 vbandlength;	/* Size of 4lines compressed (used by the decompressor) */
317   __u8   cmd[4];	/* the four byte of the command (in case of nala,
318			   only the first 3 bytes is filled) */
319   __u8   rawframe[0];	/* frame_size = H/4*vbandlength */
320} __attribute__ ((packed));
321
322
323#endif