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/* Copyright (c) 2011 Xiph.Org Foundation
   Written by Jean-Marc Valin */
/*
   Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
   modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
   are met:

   - Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
   notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

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   THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
   ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
   LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
   A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER
   OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
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   NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
   SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*/

/**
 * @file opus_multistream.h
 * @brief Opus reference implementation multistream API
 */

#ifndef OPUS_MULTISTREAM_H
#define OPUS_MULTISTREAM_H

#include "opus.h"

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/** @cond OPUS_INTERNAL_DOC */

/** Macros to trigger compilation errors when the wrong types are provided to a
  * CTL. */
/**@{*/
#define __opus_check_encstate_ptr(ptr) ((ptr) + ((ptr) - (OpusEncoder**)(ptr)))
#define __opus_check_decstate_ptr(ptr) ((ptr) + ((ptr) - (OpusDecoder**)(ptr)))
/**@}*/

/** These are the actual encoder and decoder CTL ID numbers.
  * They should not be used directly by applications.
  * In general, SETs should be even and GETs should be odd.*/
/**@{*/
#define OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_ENCODER_STATE_REQUEST 5120
#define OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_DECODER_STATE_REQUEST 5122
/**@}*/

/** @endcond */

/** @defgroup opus_multistream_ctls Multistream specific encoder and decoder CTLs
  *
  * These are convenience macros that are specific to the
  * opus_multistream_encoder_ctl() and opus_multistream_decoder_ctl()
  * interface.
  * The CTLs from @ref opus_genericctls, @ref opus_encoderctls, and
  * @ref opus_decoderctls may be applied to a multistream encoder or decoder as
  * well.
  * In addition, you may retrieve the encoder or decoder state for an specific
  * stream via #OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_ENCODER_STATE or
  * #OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_DECODER_STATE and apply CTLs to it individually.
  */
/**@{*/

/** Gets the encoder state for an individual stream of a multistream encoder.
  * @param[in] x <tt>opus_int32</tt>: The index of the stream whose encoder you
  *                                   wish to retrieve.
  *                                   This must be non-negative and less than
  *                                   the <code>streams</code> parameter used
  *                                   to initialize the encoder.
  * @param[out] y <tt>OpusEncoder**</tt>: Returns a pointer to the given
  *                                       encoder state.
  * @retval OPUS_BAD_ARG The index of the requested stream was out of range.
  * @hideinitializer
  */
#define OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_ENCODER_STATE(x,y) OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_ENCODER_STATE_REQUEST, __opus_check_int(x), __opus_check_encstate_ptr(y)

/** Gets the decoder state for an individual stream of a multistream decoder.
  * @param[in] x <tt>opus_int32</tt>: The index of the stream whose decoder you
  *                                   wish to retrieve.
  *                                   This must be non-negative and less than
  *                                   the <code>streams</code> parameter used
  *                                   to initialize the decoder.
  * @param[out] y <tt>OpusDecoder**</tt>: Returns a pointer to the given
  *                                       decoder state.
  * @retval OPUS_BAD_ARG The index of the requested stream was out of range.
  * @hideinitializer
  */
#define OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_DECODER_STATE(x,y) OPUS_MULTISTREAM_GET_DECODER_STATE_REQUEST, __opus_check_int(x), __opus_check_decstate_ptr(y)

/**@}*/

/** @defgroup opus_multistream Opus Multistream API
  * @{
  *
  * The multistream API allows individual Opus streams to be combined into a
  * single packet, enabling support for up to 255 channels. Unlike an
  * elementary Opus stream, the encoder and decoder must negotiate the channel
  * configuration before the decoder can successfully interpret the data in the
  * packets produced by the encoder. Some basic information, such as packet
  * duration, can be computed without any special negotiation.
  *
  * The format for multistream Opus packets is defined in
  * <a href="https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7845">RFC 7845</a>
  * and is based on the self-delimited Opus framing described in Appendix B of
  * <a href="https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6716">RFC 6716</a>.
  * Normal Opus packets are just a degenerate case of multistream Opus packets,
  * and can be encoded or decoded with the multistream API by setting
  * <code>streams</code> to <code>1</code> when initializing the encoder or
  * decoder.
  *
  * Multistream Opus streams can contain up to 255 elementary Opus streams.
  * These may be either "uncoupled" or "coupled", indicating that the decoder
  * is configured to decode them to either 1 or 2 channels, respectively.
  * The streams are ordered so that all coupled streams appear at the
  * beginning.
  *
  * A <code>mapping</code> table defines which decoded channel <code>i</code>
  * should be used for each input/output (I/O) channel <code>j</code>. This table is
  * typically provided as an unsigned char array.
  * Let <code>i = mapping[j]</code> be the index for I/O channel <code>j</code>.
  * If <code>i < 2*coupled_streams</code>, then I/O channel <code>j</code> is
  * encoded as the left channel of stream <code>(i/2)</code> if <code>i</code>
  * is even, or  as the right channel of stream <code>(i/2)</code> if
  * <code>i</code> is odd. Otherwise, I/O channel <code>j</code> is encoded as
  * mono in stream <code>(i - coupled_streams)</code>, unless it has the special
  * value 255, in which case it is omitted from the encoding entirely (the
  * decoder will reproduce it as silence). Each value <code>i</code> must either
  * be the special value 255 or be less than <code>streams + coupled_streams</code>.
  *
  * The output channels specified by the encoder
  * should use the
  * <a href="https://www.xiph.org/vorbis/doc/Vorbis_I_spec.html#x1-810004.3.9">Vorbis
  * channel ordering</a>. A decoder may wish to apply an additional permutation
  * to the mapping the encoder used to achieve a different output channel
  * order (e.g. for outputing in WAV order).
  *
  * Each multistream packet contains an Opus packet for each stream, and all of
  * the Opus packets in a single multistream packet must have the same
  * duration. Therefore the duration of a multistream packet can be extracted
  * from the TOC sequence of the first stream, which is located at the
  * beginning of the packet, just like an elementary Opus stream:
  *
  * @code
  * int nb_samples;
  * int nb_frames;
  * nb_frames = opus_packet_get_nb_frames(data, len);
  * if (nb_frames < 1)
  *   return nb_frames;
  * nb_samples = opus_packet_get_samples_per_frame(data, 48000) * nb_frames;
  * @endcode
  *
  * The general encoding and decoding process proceeds exactly the same as in
  * the normal @ref opus_encoder and @ref opus_decoder APIs.
  * See their documentation for an overview of how to use the corresponding
  * multistream functions.
  */

/** Opus multistream encoder state.
  * This contains the complete state of a multistream Opus encoder.
  * It is position independent and can be freely copied.
  * @see opus_multistream_encoder_create
  * @see opus_multistream_encoder_init
  */
typedef struct OpusMSEncoder OpusMSEncoder;

/** Opus multistream decoder state.
  * This contains the complete state of a multistream Opus decoder.
  * It is position independent and can be freely copied.
  * @see opus_multistream_decoder_create
  * @see opus_multistream_decoder_init
  */
typedef struct OpusMSDecoder OpusMSDecoder;

/**\name Multistream encoder functions */
/**@{*/

/** Gets the size of an OpusMSEncoder structure.
  * @param streams <tt>int</tt>: The total number of streams to encode from the
  *                              input.
  *                              This must be no more than 255.
  * @param coupled_streams <tt>int</tt>: Number of coupled (2 channel) streams
  *                                      to encode.
  *                                      This must be no larger than the total
  *                                      number of streams.
  *                                      Additionally, The total number of
  *                                      encoded channels (<code>streams +
  *                                      coupled_streams</code>) must be no
  *                                      more than 255.
  * @returns The size in bytes on success, or a negative error code
  *          (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on error.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT opus_int32 opus_multistream_encoder_get_size(
      int streams,
      int coupled_streams
);

OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT opus_int32 opus_multistream_surround_encoder_get_size(
      int channels,
      int mapping_family
);


/** Allocates and initializes a multistream encoder state.
  * Call opus_multistream_encoder_destroy() to release
  * this object when finished.
  * @param Fs <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Sampling rate of the input signal (in Hz).
  *                                This must be one of 8000, 12000, 16000,
  *                                24000, or 48000.
  * @param channels <tt>int</tt>: Number of channels in the input signal.
  *                               This must be at most 255.
  *                               It may be greater than the number of
  *                               coded channels (<code>streams +
  *                               coupled_streams</code>).
  * @param streams <tt>int</tt>: The total number of streams to encode from the
  *                              input.
  *                              This must be no more than the number of channels.
  * @param coupled_streams <tt>int</tt>: Number of coupled (2 channel) streams
  *                                      to encode.
  *                                      This must be no larger than the total
  *                                      number of streams.
  *                                      Additionally, The total number of
  *                                      encoded channels (<code>streams +
  *                                      coupled_streams</code>) must be no
  *                                      more than the number of input channels.
  * @param[in] mapping <code>const unsigned char[channels]</code>: Mapping from
  *                    encoded channels to input channels, as described in
  *                    @ref opus_multistream. As an extra constraint, the
  *                    multistream encoder does not allow encoding coupled
  *                    streams for which one channel is unused since this
  *                    is never a good idea.
  * @param application <tt>int</tt>: The target encoder application.
  *                                  This must be one of the following:
  * <dl>
  * <dt>#OPUS_APPLICATION_VOIP</dt>
  * <dd>Process signal for improved speech intelligibility.</dd>
  * <dt>#OPUS_APPLICATION_AUDIO</dt>
  * <dd>Favor faithfulness to the original input.</dd>
  * <dt>#OPUS_APPLICATION_RESTRICTED_LOWDELAY</dt>
  * <dd>Configure the minimum possible coding delay by disabling certain modes
  * of operation.</dd>
  * </dl>
  * @param[out] error <tt>int *</tt>: Returns #OPUS_OK on success, or an error
  *                                   code (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on
  *                                   failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT OpusMSEncoder *opus_multistream_encoder_create(
      opus_int32 Fs,
      int channels,
      int streams,
      int coupled_streams,
      const unsigned char *mapping,
      int application,
      int *error
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(5);

OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT OpusMSEncoder *opus_multistream_surround_encoder_create(
      opus_int32 Fs,
      int channels,
      int mapping_family,
      int *streams,
      int *coupled_streams,
      unsigned char *mapping,
      int application,
      int *error
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(5);

/** Initialize a previously allocated multistream encoder state.
  * The memory pointed to by \a st must be at least the size returned by
  * opus_multistream_encoder_get_size().
  * This is intended for applications which use their own allocator instead of
  * malloc.
  * To reset a previously initialized state, use the #OPUS_RESET_STATE CTL.
  * @see opus_multistream_encoder_create
  * @see opus_multistream_encoder_get_size
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSEncoder*</tt>: Multistream encoder state to initialize.
  * @param Fs <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Sampling rate of the input signal (in Hz).
  *                                This must be one of 8000, 12000, 16000,
  *                                24000, or 48000.
  * @param channels <tt>int</tt>: Number of channels in the input signal.
  *                               This must be at most 255.
  *                               It may be greater than the number of
  *                               coded channels (<code>streams +
  *                               coupled_streams</code>).
  * @param streams <tt>int</tt>: The total number of streams to encode from the
  *                              input.
  *                              This must be no more than the number of channels.
  * @param coupled_streams <tt>int</tt>: Number of coupled (2 channel) streams
  *                                      to encode.
  *                                      This must be no larger than the total
  *                                      number of streams.
  *                                      Additionally, The total number of
  *                                      encoded channels (<code>streams +
  *                                      coupled_streams</code>) must be no
  *                                      more than the number of input channels.
  * @param[in] mapping <code>const unsigned char[channels]</code>: Mapping from
  *                    encoded channels to input channels, as described in
  *                    @ref opus_multistream. As an extra constraint, the
  *                    multistream encoder does not allow encoding coupled
  *                    streams for which one channel is unused since this
  *                    is never a good idea.
  * @param application <tt>int</tt>: The target encoder application.
  *                                  This must be one of the following:
  * <dl>
  * <dt>#OPUS_APPLICATION_VOIP</dt>
  * <dd>Process signal for improved speech intelligibility.</dd>
  * <dt>#OPUS_APPLICATION_AUDIO</dt>
  * <dd>Favor faithfulness to the original input.</dd>
  * <dt>#OPUS_APPLICATION_RESTRICTED_LOWDELAY</dt>
  * <dd>Configure the minimum possible coding delay by disabling certain modes
  * of operation.</dd>
  * </dl>
  * @returns #OPUS_OK on success, or an error code (see @ref opus_errorcodes)
  *          on failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT int opus_multistream_encoder_init(
      OpusMSEncoder *st,
      opus_int32 Fs,
      int channels,
      int streams,
      int coupled_streams,
      const unsigned char *mapping,
      int application
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(6);

OPUS_EXPORT int opus_multistream_surround_encoder_init(
      OpusMSEncoder *st,
      opus_int32 Fs,
      int channels,
      int mapping_family,
      int *streams,
      int *coupled_streams,
      unsigned char *mapping,
      int application
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(6);

/** Encodes a multistream Opus frame.
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSEncoder*</tt>: Multistream encoder state.
  * @param[in] pcm <tt>const opus_int16*</tt>: The input signal as interleaved
  *                                            samples.
  *                                            This must contain
  *                                            <code>frame_size*channels</code>
  *                                            samples.
  * @param frame_size <tt>int</tt>: Number of samples per channel in the input
  *                                 signal.
  *                                 This must be an Opus frame size for the
  *                                 encoder's sampling rate.
  *                                 For example, at 48 kHz the permitted values
  *                                 are 120, 240, 480, 960, 1920, and 2880.
  *                                 Passing in a duration of less than 10 ms
  *                                 (480 samples at 48 kHz) will prevent the
  *                                 encoder from using the LPC or hybrid modes.
  * @param[out] data <tt>unsigned char*</tt>: Output payload.
  *                                           This must contain storage for at
  *                                           least \a max_data_bytes.
  * @param [in] max_data_bytes <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Size of the allocated
  *                                                 memory for the output
  *                                                 payload. This may be
  *                                                 used to impose an upper limit on
  *                                                 the instant bitrate, but should
  *                                                 not be used as the only bitrate
  *                                                 control. Use #OPUS_SET_BITRATE to
  *                                                 control the bitrate.
  * @returns The length of the encoded packet (in bytes) on success or a
  *          negative error code (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int opus_multistream_encode(
    OpusMSEncoder *st,
    const opus_int16 *pcm,
    int frame_size,
    unsigned char *data,
    opus_int32 max_data_bytes
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(2) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(4);

/** Encodes a multistream Opus frame from floating point input.
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSEncoder*</tt>: Multistream encoder state.
  * @param[in] pcm <tt>const float*</tt>: The input signal as interleaved
  *                                       samples with a normal range of
  *                                       +/-1.0.
  *                                       Samples with a range beyond +/-1.0
  *                                       are supported but will be clipped by
  *                                       decoders using the integer API and
  *                                       should only be used if it is known
  *                                       that the far end supports extended
  *                                       dynamic range.
  *                                       This must contain
  *                                       <code>frame_size*channels</code>
  *                                       samples.
  * @param frame_size <tt>int</tt>: Number of samples per channel in the input
  *                                 signal.
  *                                 This must be an Opus frame size for the
  *                                 encoder's sampling rate.
  *                                 For example, at 48 kHz the permitted values
  *                                 are 120, 240, 480, 960, 1920, and 2880.
  *                                 Passing in a duration of less than 10 ms
  *                                 (480 samples at 48 kHz) will prevent the
  *                                 encoder from using the LPC or hybrid modes.
  * @param[out] data <tt>unsigned char*</tt>: Output payload.
  *                                           This must contain storage for at
  *                                           least \a max_data_bytes.
  * @param [in] max_data_bytes <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Size of the allocated
  *                                                 memory for the output
  *                                                 payload. This may be
  *                                                 used to impose an upper limit on
  *                                                 the instant bitrate, but should
  *                                                 not be used as the only bitrate
  *                                                 control. Use #OPUS_SET_BITRATE to
  *                                                 control the bitrate.
  * @returns The length of the encoded packet (in bytes) on success or a
  *          negative error code (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int opus_multistream_encode_float(
      OpusMSEncoder *st,
      const float *pcm,
      int frame_size,
      unsigned char *data,
      opus_int32 max_data_bytes
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(2) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(4);

/** Frees an <code>OpusMSEncoder</code> allocated by
  * opus_multistream_encoder_create().
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSEncoder*</tt>: Multistream encoder state to be freed.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT void opus_multistream_encoder_destroy(OpusMSEncoder *st);

/** Perform a CTL function on a multistream Opus encoder.
  *
  * Generally the request and subsequent arguments are generated by a
  * convenience macro.
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSEncoder*</tt>: Multistream encoder state.
  * @param request This and all remaining parameters should be replaced by one
  *                of the convenience macros in @ref opus_genericctls,
  *                @ref opus_encoderctls, or @ref opus_multistream_ctls.
  * @see opus_genericctls
  * @see opus_encoderctls
  * @see opus_multistream_ctls
  */
OPUS_EXPORT int opus_multistream_encoder_ctl(OpusMSEncoder *st, int request, ...) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1);

/**@}*/

/**\name Multistream decoder functions */
/**@{*/

/** Gets the size of an <code>OpusMSDecoder</code> structure.
  * @param streams <tt>int</tt>: The total number of streams coded in the
  *                              input.
  *                              This must be no more than 255.
  * @param coupled_streams <tt>int</tt>: Number streams to decode as coupled
  *                                      (2 channel) streams.
  *                                      This must be no larger than the total
  *                                      number of streams.
  *                                      Additionally, The total number of
  *                                      coded channels (<code>streams +
  *                                      coupled_streams</code>) must be no
  *                                      more than 255.
  * @returns The size in bytes on success, or a negative error code
  *          (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on error.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT opus_int32 opus_multistream_decoder_get_size(
      int streams,
      int coupled_streams
);

/** Allocates and initializes a multistream decoder state.
  * Call opus_multistream_decoder_destroy() to release
  * this object when finished.
  * @param Fs <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Sampling rate to decode at (in Hz).
  *                                This must be one of 8000, 12000, 16000,
  *                                24000, or 48000.
  * @param channels <tt>int</tt>: Number of channels to output.
  *                               This must be at most 255.
  *                               It may be different from the number of coded
  *                               channels (<code>streams +
  *                               coupled_streams</code>).
  * @param streams <tt>int</tt>: The total number of streams coded in the
  *                              input.
  *                              This must be no more than 255.
  * @param coupled_streams <tt>int</tt>: Number of streams to decode as coupled
  *                                      (2 channel) streams.
  *                                      This must be no larger than the total
  *                                      number of streams.
  *                                      Additionally, The total number of
  *                                      coded channels (<code>streams +
  *                                      coupled_streams</code>) must be no
  *                                      more than 255.
  * @param[in] mapping <code>const unsigned char[channels]</code>: Mapping from
  *                    coded channels to output channels, as described in
  *                    @ref opus_multistream.
  * @param[out] error <tt>int *</tt>: Returns #OPUS_OK on success, or an error
  *                                   code (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on
  *                                   failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT OpusMSDecoder *opus_multistream_decoder_create(
      opus_int32 Fs,
      int channels,
      int streams,
      int coupled_streams,
      const unsigned char *mapping,
      int *error
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(5);

/** Intialize a previously allocated decoder state object.
  * The memory pointed to by \a st must be at least the size returned by
  * opus_multistream_encoder_get_size().
  * This is intended for applications which use their own allocator instead of
  * malloc.
  * To reset a previously initialized state, use the #OPUS_RESET_STATE CTL.
  * @see opus_multistream_decoder_create
  * @see opus_multistream_deocder_get_size
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSEncoder*</tt>: Multistream encoder state to initialize.
  * @param Fs <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Sampling rate to decode at (in Hz).
  *                                This must be one of 8000, 12000, 16000,
  *                                24000, or 48000.
  * @param channels <tt>int</tt>: Number of channels to output.
  *                               This must be at most 255.
  *                               It may be different from the number of coded
  *                               channels (<code>streams +
  *                               coupled_streams</code>).
  * @param streams <tt>int</tt>: The total number of streams coded in the
  *                              input.
  *                              This must be no more than 255.
  * @param coupled_streams <tt>int</tt>: Number of streams to decode as coupled
  *                                      (2 channel) streams.
  *                                      This must be no larger than the total
  *                                      number of streams.
  *                                      Additionally, The total number of
  *                                      coded channels (<code>streams +
  *                                      coupled_streams</code>) must be no
  *                                      more than 255.
  * @param[in] mapping <code>const unsigned char[channels]</code>: Mapping from
  *                    coded channels to output channels, as described in
  *                    @ref opus_multistream.
  * @returns #OPUS_OK on success, or an error code (see @ref opus_errorcodes)
  *          on failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT int opus_multistream_decoder_init(
      OpusMSDecoder *st,
      opus_int32 Fs,
      int channels,
      int streams,
      int coupled_streams,
      const unsigned char *mapping
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(6);

/** Decode a multistream Opus packet.
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSDecoder*</tt>: Multistream decoder state.
  * @param[in] data <tt>const unsigned char*</tt>: Input payload.
  *                                                Use a <code>NULL</code>
  *                                                pointer to indicate packet
  *                                                loss.
  * @param len <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Number of bytes in payload.
  * @param[out] pcm <tt>opus_int16*</tt>: Output signal, with interleaved
  *                                       samples.
  *                                       This must contain room for
  *                                       <code>frame_size*channels</code>
  *                                       samples.
  * @param frame_size <tt>int</tt>: The number of samples per channel of
  *                                 available space in \a pcm.
  *                                 If this is less than the maximum packet duration
  *                                 (120 ms; 5760 for 48kHz), this function will not be capable
  *                                 of decoding some packets. In the case of PLC (data==NULL)
  *                                 or FEC (decode_fec=1), then frame_size needs to be exactly
  *                                 the duration of audio that is missing, otherwise the
  *                                 decoder will not be in the optimal state to decode the
  *                                 next incoming packet. For the PLC and FEC cases, frame_size
  *                                 <b>must</b> be a multiple of 2.5 ms.
  * @param decode_fec <tt>int</tt>: Flag (0 or 1) to request that any in-band
  *                                 forward error correction data be decoded.
  *                                 If no such data is available, the frame is
  *                                 decoded as if it were lost.
  * @returns Number of samples decoded on success or a negative error code
  *          (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int opus_multistream_decode(
    OpusMSDecoder *st,
    const unsigned char *data,
    opus_int32 len,
    opus_int16 *pcm,
    int frame_size,
    int decode_fec
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(4);

/** Decode a multistream Opus packet with floating point output.
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSDecoder*</tt>: Multistream decoder state.
  * @param[in] data <tt>const unsigned char*</tt>: Input payload.
  *                                                Use a <code>NULL</code>
  *                                                pointer to indicate packet
  *                                                loss.
  * @param len <tt>opus_int32</tt>: Number of bytes in payload.
  * @param[out] pcm <tt>opus_int16*</tt>: Output signal, with interleaved
  *                                       samples.
  *                                       This must contain room for
  *                                       <code>frame_size*channels</code>
  *                                       samples.
  * @param frame_size <tt>int</tt>: The number of samples per channel of
  *                                 available space in \a pcm.
  *                                 If this is less than the maximum packet duration
  *                                 (120 ms; 5760 for 48kHz), this function will not be capable
  *                                 of decoding some packets. In the case of PLC (data==NULL)
  *                                 or FEC (decode_fec=1), then frame_size needs to be exactly
  *                                 the duration of audio that is missing, otherwise the
  *                                 decoder will not be in the optimal state to decode the
  *                                 next incoming packet. For the PLC and FEC cases, frame_size
  *                                 <b>must</b> be a multiple of 2.5 ms.
  * @param decode_fec <tt>int</tt>: Flag (0 or 1) to request that any in-band
  *                                 forward error correction data be decoded.
  *                                 If no such data is available, the frame is
  *                                 decoded as if it were lost.
  * @returns Number of samples decoded on success or a negative error code
  *          (see @ref opus_errorcodes) on failure.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT OPUS_WARN_UNUSED_RESULT int opus_multistream_decode_float(
    OpusMSDecoder *st,
    const unsigned char *data,
    opus_int32 len,
    float *pcm,
    int frame_size,
    int decode_fec
) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(4);

/** Perform a CTL function on a multistream Opus decoder.
  *
  * Generally the request and subsequent arguments are generated by a
  * convenience macro.
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSDecoder*</tt>: Multistream decoder state.
  * @param request This and all remaining parameters should be replaced by one
  *                of the convenience macros in @ref opus_genericctls,
  *                @ref opus_decoderctls, or @ref opus_multistream_ctls.
  * @see opus_genericctls
  * @see opus_decoderctls
  * @see opus_multistream_ctls
  */
OPUS_EXPORT int opus_multistream_decoder_ctl(OpusMSDecoder *st, int request, ...) OPUS_ARG_NONNULL(1);

/** Frees an <code>OpusMSDecoder</code> allocated by
  * opus_multistream_decoder_create().
  * @param st <tt>OpusMSDecoder</tt>: Multistream decoder state to be freed.
  */
OPUS_EXPORT void opus_multistream_decoder_destroy(OpusMSDecoder *st);

/**@}*/

/**@}*/

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* OPUS_MULTISTREAM_H */