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sys/i386/include/ioctl_bt848.h

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    1 /*
    2  * extensions to ioctl_meteor.h for the bt848 cards
    3  *
    4  * $FreeBSD: releng/5.0/sys/i386/include/ioctl_bt848.h 68077 2000-10-31 14:30:29Z roger $
    5  */
    6 
    7 #ifndef  _MACHINE_IOCTL_BT848_H_
    8 #define  _MACHINE_IOCTL_BT848_H_
    9 
   10 /*
   11  * frequency sets
   12  */
   13 #define CHNLSET_NABCST          1
   14 #define CHNLSET_CABLEIRC        2
   15 #define CHNLSET_CABLEHRC        3
   16 #define CHNLSET_WEUROPE         4
   17 #define CHNLSET_JPNBCST         5
   18 #define CHNLSET_JPNCABLE        6
   19 #define CHNLSET_XUSSR           7
   20 #define CHNLSET_AUSTRALIA       8
   21 #define CHNLSET_FRANCE          9
   22 #define CHNLSET_MIN             CHNLSET_NABCST
   23 #define CHNLSET_MAX             CHNLSET_FRANCE
   24 
   25 
   26 /*
   27  * constants for various tuner registers
   28  */
   29 #define BT848_HUEMIN            (-90)
   30 #define BT848_HUEMAX            90
   31 #define BT848_HUECENTER         0
   32 #define BT848_HUERANGE          179.3
   33 #define BT848_HUEREGMIN         (-128)
   34 #define BT848_HUEREGMAX         127
   35 #define BT848_HUESTEPS          256
   36 
   37 #define BT848_BRIGHTMIN         (-50)
   38 #define BT848_BRIGHTMAX         50
   39 #define BT848_BRIGHTCENTER      0
   40 #define BT848_BRIGHTRANGE       99.6
   41 #define BT848_BRIGHTREGMIN      (-128)
   42 #define BT848_BRIGHTREGMAX      127
   43 #define BT848_BRIGHTSTEPS       256
   44 
   45 #define BT848_CONTRASTMIN       0
   46 #define BT848_CONTRASTMAX       237
   47 #define BT848_CONTRASTCENTER    100
   48 #define BT848_CONTRASTRANGE     236.57
   49 #define BT848_CONTRASTREGMIN    0
   50 #define BT848_CONTRASTREGMAX    511
   51 #define BT848_CONTRASTSTEPS     512
   52 
   53 #define BT848_CHROMAMIN         0
   54 #define BT848_CHROMAMAX         284
   55 #define BT848_CHROMACENTER      100
   56 #define BT848_CHROMARANGE       283.89
   57 #define BT848_CHROMAREGMIN      0
   58 #define BT848_CHROMAREGMAX      511
   59 #define BT848_CHROMASTEPS       512
   60 
   61 #define BT848_SATUMIN           0
   62 #define BT848_SATUMAX           202
   63 #define BT848_SATUCENTER        100
   64 #define BT848_SATURANGE         201.18
   65 #define BT848_SATUREGMIN        0
   66 #define BT848_SATUREGMAX        511
   67 #define BT848_SATUSTEPS         512
   68 
   69 #define BT848_SATVMIN           0
   70 #define BT848_SATVMAX           284
   71 #define BT848_SATVCENTER        100
   72 #define BT848_SATVRANGE         283.89
   73 #define BT848_SATVREGMIN        0
   74 #define BT848_SATVREGMAX        511
   75 #define BT848_SATVSTEPS         512
   76 
   77 
   78 /*
   79  * audio stuff
   80  */
   81 #define AUDIO_TUNER             0x00    /* command for the audio routine */
   82 #define AUDIO_EXTERN            0x01    /* don't confuse them with bit */
   83 #define AUDIO_INTERN            0x02    /* settings */
   84 #define AUDIO_MUTE              0x80
   85 #define AUDIO_UNMUTE            0x81
   86 
   87 
   88 /*
   89  * EEProm stuff
   90  */
   91 struct eeProm {
   92         short   offset;
   93         short   count;
   94         u_char  bytes[ 256 ];
   95 };
   96 
   97 
   98 /*
   99  * XXX: this is a hack, should be in ioctl_meteor.h
  100  * here to avoid touching that file for now...
  101  */
  102 #define TVTUNER_SETCHNL    _IOW('x', 32, unsigned int)  /* set channel */
  103 #define TVTUNER_GETCHNL    _IOR('x', 32, unsigned int)  /* get channel */
  104 #define TVTUNER_SETTYPE    _IOW('x', 33, unsigned int)  /* set tuner type */
  105 #define TVTUNER_GETTYPE    _IOR('x', 33, unsigned int)  /* get tuner type */
  106 #define TVTUNER_GETSTATUS  _IOR('x', 34, unsigned int)  /* get tuner status */
  107 #define TVTUNER_SETFREQ    _IOW('x', 35, unsigned int)  /* set frequency */
  108 #define TVTUNER_GETFREQ    _IOR('x', 36, unsigned int)  /* get frequency */
  109  
  110 
  111 #define BT848_SHUE      _IOW('x', 37, int)              /* set hue */
  112 #define BT848_GHUE      _IOR('x', 37, int)              /* get hue */
  113 #define BT848_SBRIG     _IOW('x', 38, int)              /* set brightness */
  114 #define BT848_GBRIG     _IOR('x', 38, int)              /* get brightness */
  115 #define BT848_SCSAT     _IOW('x', 39, int)              /* set chroma sat */
  116 #define BT848_GCSAT     _IOR('x', 39, int)              /* get UV saturation */
  117 #define BT848_SCONT     _IOW('x', 40, int)              /* set contrast */
  118 #define BT848_GCONT     _IOR('x', 40, int)              /* get contrast */
  119 #define BT848_SVSAT     _IOW('x', 41, int)              /* set chroma V sat */
  120 #define BT848_GVSAT     _IOR('x', 41, int)              /* get V saturation */
  121 #define BT848_SUSAT     _IOW('x', 42, int)              /* set chroma U sat */
  122 #define BT848_GUSAT     _IOR('x', 42, int)              /* get U saturation */
  123 
  124 #define BT848_SCBARS    _IOR('x', 43, int)              /* set colorbar */
  125 #define BT848_CCBARS    _IOR('x', 44, int)              /* clear colorbar */
  126 
  127 
  128 #define BT848_SAUDIO    _IOW('x', 46, int)              /* set audio channel */
  129 #define BT848_GAUDIO    _IOR('x', 47, int)              /* get audio channel */
  130 #define BT848_SBTSC     _IOW('x', 48, int)              /* set audio channel */
  131 
  132 #define BT848_GSTATUS   _IOR('x', 49, unsigned int)     /* reap status */
  133 
  134 #define BT848_WEEPROM   _IOWR('x', 50, struct eeProm)   /* write to EEProm */
  135 #define BT848_REEPROM   _IOWR('x', 51, struct eeProm)   /* read from EEProm */
  136 
  137 #define BT848_SIGNATURE _IOWR('x', 52, struct eeProm)   /* read card sig */
  138 
  139 #define TVTUNER_SETAFC  _IOW('x', 53, int)              /* turn AFC on/off */
  140 #define TVTUNER_GETAFC  _IOR('x', 54, int)              /* query AFC on/off */
  141 #define BT848_SLNOTCH   _IOW('x', 55, int)              /* set luma notch */
  142 #define BT848_GLNOTCH   _IOR('x', 56, int)              /* get luma notch */
  143 
  144 /* Read/Write the BT848's I2C bus directly
  145  * b7-b0:    data (read/write)
  146  * b15-b8:   internal peripheral register (write)   
  147  * b23-b16:  i2c addr (write)
  148  * b31-b24:  1 = write, 0 = read 
  149  */
  150 #define BT848_I2CWR     _IOWR('x', 57, u_long)    /* i2c read-write */
  151 
  152 struct bktr_msp_control {
  153         unsigned char function;
  154         unsigned int  address;
  155         unsigned int  data;
  156 };
  157 
  158 #define BT848_MSP_RESET _IO('x', 76)                            /* MSP chip reset */
  159 #define BT848_MSP_READ  _IOWR('x', 77, struct bktr_msp_control) /* MSP chip read */
  160 #define BT848_MSP_WRITE _IOWR('x', 78, struct bktr_msp_control) /* MSP chip write */
  161 
  162 /* Support for radio tuner */
  163 #define RADIO_SETMODE    _IOW('x', 58, unsigned int)  /* set radio modes */
  164 #define RADIO_GETMODE    _IOR('x', 58, unsigned char)  /* get radio modes */
  165 #define   RADIO_AFC      0x01           /* These modes will probably not */
  166 #define   RADIO_MONO     0x02           /*  work on the FRxxxx. It does  */
  167 #define   RADIO_MUTE     0x08           /*  work on the FMxxxx. */
  168 #define RADIO_SETFREQ    _IOW('x', 59, unsigned int)  /* set frequency   */
  169 #define RADIO_GETFREQ    _IOR('x', 59, unsigned int)  /* set frequency   */
  170  /*        Argument is frequency*100MHz  */
  171 
  172 /*
  173  * XXX: more bad magic,
  174  *      we need to fix the METEORGINPUT to return something public
  175  *      duplicate them here for now...
  176  */
  177 #define METEOR_DEV0             0x00001000
  178 #define METEOR_DEV1             0x00002000
  179 #define METEOR_DEV2             0x00004000
  180 #define METEOR_DEV3             0x00008000
  181 #define METEOR_DEV_SVIDEO       0x00006000
  182 /*
  183  * right now I don't know were to put these, but as they are suppose to be
  184  * a part of a common video capture interface, these should be relocated to
  185  * another place.  Probably most of the METEOR_xxx defines need to be
  186  * renamed and moved to a common header
  187  */
  188 
  189 typedef enum { METEOR_PIXTYPE_RGB, METEOR_PIXTYPE_YUV,
  190                METEOR_PIXTYPE_YUV_PACKED,
  191                METEOR_PIXTYPE_YUV_12 } METEOR_PIXTYPE;
  192 
  193 
  194 struct meteor_pixfmt {
  195         u_int          index;         /* Index in supported pixfmt list     */
  196         METEOR_PIXTYPE type;          /* What's the board gonna feed us     */
  197         u_int          Bpp;           /* Bytes per pixel                    */
  198         u_long         masks[3];      /* R,G,B or Y,U,V masks, respectively */
  199         unsigned       swap_bytes :1; /* Bytes  swapped within shorts       */
  200         unsigned       swap_shorts:1; /* Shorts swapped within longs        */
  201 };
  202 
  203 
  204 struct bktr_clip {
  205     int          x_min;
  206     int          x_max;
  207     int          y_min;
  208     int          y_max;
  209 };
  210 
  211 #define BT848_MAX_CLIP_NODE 100
  212 struct _bktr_clip {
  213     struct bktr_clip x[BT848_MAX_CLIP_NODE];
  214 };
  215 
  216 /*
  217  * I'm using METEOR_xxx just because that will be common to other interface
  218  * and less of a surprise
  219  */
  220 #define METEORSACTPIXFMT        _IOW('x', 64, int )
  221 #define METEORGACTPIXFMT        _IOR('x', 64, int )
  222 #define METEORGSUPPIXFMT        _IOWR('x', 65, struct meteor_pixfmt)
  223 
  224 /* set clip list */
  225 #define BT848SCLIP     _IOW('x', 66, struct _bktr_clip )
  226 #define BT848GCLIP     _IOR('x', 66, struct _bktr_clip )
  227 
  228 
  229 /* set input format */
  230 #define BT848SFMT               _IOW('x', 67, unsigned long )
  231 #define BT848GFMT               _IOR('x', 67, unsigned long )
  232 
  233 /* set clear-buffer-on-start */
  234 #define BT848SCBUF      _IOW('x', 68, int)
  235 #define BT848GCBUF      _IOR('x', 68, int)
  236 
  237 /* set capture area */
  238 /* The capture area is the area of the video image which is grabbed */
  239 /* Usually the capture area is 640x480 (768x576 PAL) pixels */
  240 /* This area is then scaled to the dimensions the user requires */
  241 /* using the METEORGEO ioctl */
  242 /* However, the capture area could be 400x300 pixels from the top right */
  243 /* corner of the video image */
  244 struct bktr_capture_area {
  245    int      x_offset;
  246    int      y_offset;
  247    int      x_size;
  248    int      y_size;
  249 };
  250 #define BT848_SCAPAREA   _IOW('x', 69, struct bktr_capture_area)
  251 #define BT848_GCAPAREA   _IOR('x', 69, struct bktr_capture_area)
  252 
  253 
  254 /* Get channel Set */
  255 #define BT848_MAX_CHNLSET_NAME_LEN 16
  256 struct bktr_chnlset {
  257        short   index;
  258        short   max_channel;
  259        char    name[BT848_MAX_CHNLSET_NAME_LEN];
  260 };
  261 #define TVTUNER_GETCHNLSET _IOWR('x', 70, struct bktr_chnlset)
  262 
  263 
  264 
  265 /* Infra Red Remote Control */
  266 struct bktr_remote {
  267        unsigned char data[3];
  268 };
  269 #define REMOTE_GETKEY      _IOR('x', 71, struct bktr_remote)/*read the remote */
  270                                                             /*control receiver*/
  271                                                             /*returns raw data*/
  272 
  273  
  274 /*
  275  * Direct access to GPIO pins. You must add BKTR_GPIO_ACCESS to your kernel
  276  * configuration file to use these 
  277  */
  278 #define BT848_GPIO_SET_EN      _IOW('x', 72, int)      /* set gpio_out_en */
  279 #define BT848_GPIO_GET_EN      _IOR('x', 73, int)      /* get gpio_out_en */
  280 #define BT848_GPIO_SET_DATA    _IOW('x', 74, int)      /* set gpio_data */
  281 #define BT848_GPIO_GET_DATA    _IOR('x', 75, int)      /* get gpio_data */
  282 
  283 
  284 
  285 /*  XXX - Copied from /sys/pci/brktree_reg.h  */
  286 #define BT848_IFORM_FORMAT              (0x7<<0)
  287 # define BT848_IFORM_F_RSVD             (0x7)
  288 # define BT848_IFORM_F_SECAM            (0x6)
  289 # define BT848_IFORM_F_PALN             (0x5)
  290 # define BT848_IFORM_F_PALM             (0x4)
  291 # define BT848_IFORM_F_PALBDGHI         (0x3)
  292 # define BT848_IFORM_F_NTSCJ            (0x2)
  293 # define BT848_IFORM_F_NTSCM            (0x1)
  294 # define BT848_IFORM_F_AUTO             (0x0)
  295 
  296 
  297 #endif  /* _MACHINE_IOCTL_BT848_H_ */
  298 

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