[FFmpegcvslog] doc/filters/astats: sort measure entries, add missing ones
Stefano Sabatini
git at videolan.org
Sat Feb 11 18:37:26 EET 2023
ffmpeg  branch: master  Stefano Sabatini <stefasab at gmail.com>  Mon Jan 16 01:58:15 2023 +0100 [2a3a36e2796a8b2ec294b1d9aa08c17e380bc2cb]  committer: Stefano Sabatini
doc/filters/astats: sort measure entries, add missing ones
Also apply minor consistency and formatting fixes.
Fix trac issue:
http://trac.ffmpeg.org/ticket/8397
> http://git.videolan.org/gitweb.cgi/ffmpeg.git/?a=commit;h=2a3a36e2796a8b2ec294b1d9aa08c17e380bc2cb

doc/filters.texi  211 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 file changed, 115 insertions(+), 96 deletions()
diff git a/doc/filters.texi b/doc/filters.texi
index 3a54c68f3e..4d1eae73a6 100644
 a/doc/filters.texi
+++ b/doc/filters.texi
@@ 3183,62 +3183,61 @@ where @code{X} is channel number starting from 1 or string @code{Overall}. Defau
disabled.
Available keys for each channel are:
DC_offset
Min_level
Max_level
Min_difference
Max_difference
Mean_difference
RMS_difference
Peak_level
RMS_peak
RMS_trough
Crest_factor
Flat_factor
Peak_count
Noise_floor
Noise_floor_count
Entropy
Bit_depth
Dynamic_range
Zero_crossings
Zero_crossings_rate
Number_of_NaNs
Number_of_Infs
Number_of_denormals

and for Overall:
DC_offset
Min_level
Max_level
Min_difference
Max_difference
Mean_difference
RMS_difference
Peak_level
RMS_level
RMS_peak
RMS_trough
Flat_factor
Peak_count
Noise_floor
Noise_floor_count
Entropy
Bit_depth
Number_of_samples
Number_of_NaNs
Number_of_Infs
Number_of_denormals

For example full key look like this @code{lavfi.astats.1.DC_offset} or
this @code{lavfi.astats.Overall.Peak_count}.

For description what each key means read below.
+ at var{Bit_depth}
+ at var{Crest_factor}
+ at var{DC_offset}
+ at var{Dynamic_range}
+ at var{Entropy}
+ at var{Flat_factor}
+ at var{Max_difference}
+ at var{Max_level}
+ at var{Mean_difference}
+ at var{Min_difference}
+ at var{Min_level}
+ at var{Noise_floor}
+ at var{Noise_floor_count}
+ at var{Number_of_Infs}
+ at var{Number_of_NaNs}
+ at var{Number_of_denormals}
+ at var{Peak_count}
+ at var{Peak_level}
+ at var{RMS_difference}
+ at var{RMS_peak}
+ at var{RMS_trough}
+ at var{Zero_crossings}
+ at var{Zero_crossings_rate}
+
+and for @code{Overall}:
+ at var{Bit_depth}
+ at var{DC_offset}
+ at var{Entropy}
+ at var{Flat_factor}
+ at var{Max_difference}
+ at var{Max_level}
+ at var{Mean_difference}
+ at var{Min_difference}
+ at var{Min_level}
+ at var{Noise_floor}
+ at var{Noise_floor_count}
+ at var{Number_of_Infs}
+ at var{Number_of_NaNs}
+ at var{Number_of_denormals}
+ at var{Number_of_samples}
+ at var{Peak_count}
+ at var{Peak_level}
+ at var{RMS_difference}
+ at var{RMS_level}
+ at var{RMS_peak}
+ at var{RMS_trough}
+
+For example, a full key looks like @code{lavfi.astats.1.DC_offset} or
+ at code{lavfi.astats.Overall.Peak_count}.
+
+Read below for the description of the keys.
@item reset
Set the number of frames over which cumulative stats are calculated before
being reset
Default is disabled.
+being reset. Default is disabled.
@item measure_perchannel
Select the parameters which are measured per channel. The metadata keys can
@@ 3252,71 +3251,91 @@ be used as flags, default is @option{all} which measures everything.
@end table
A description of each shown parameter follows:
+A description of the measure keys follow:
@table @option
 at item DC offset
Mean amplitude displacement from zero.
+ at item none
+no measures
 at item Min level
Minimal sample level.
+ at item all
+all measures
 at item Max level
Maximal sample level.
+ at item Bit_depth
+overall bit depth of audio, i.e. number of bits used for each sample
 at item Min difference
Minimal difference between two consecutive samples.
+ at item Crest_factor
+standard ratio of peak to RMS level (note: not in dB)
 at item Max difference
Maximal difference between two consecutive samples.
+ at item DC_offset
+mean amplitude displacement from zero
 at item Mean difference
Mean difference between two consecutive samples.
The average of each difference between two consecutive samples.
+ at item Dynamic_range
+measured dynamic range of audio in dB
 at item RMS difference
Root Mean Square difference between two consecutive samples.
+ at item Entropy
+entropy measured across whole audio, entropy of value near 1.0 is typically measured for white noise
 at item Peak level dB
 at item RMS level dB
Standard peak and RMS level measured in dBFS.
+ at item Flat_factor
+flatness (i.e. consecutive samples with the same value) of the signal at its peak levels
+(i.e. either @var{Min_level} or @var{Max_level})
 at item RMS peak dB
 at item RMS trough dB
Peak and trough values for RMS level measured over a short window.
+ at item Max_difference
+maximal difference between two consecutive samples
 at item Crest factor
Standard ratio of peak to RMS level (note: not in dB).
+ at item Max_level
+maximal sample level
 at item Flat factor
Flatness (i.e. consecutive samples with the same value) of the signal at its peak levels
(i.e. either @var{Min level} or @var{Max level}).
+ at item Mean_difference
+mean difference between two consecutive samples, i.e. the average of each difference between two consecutive samples
 at item Peak count
Number of occasions (not the number of samples) that the signal attained either
 at var{Min level} or @var{Max level}.
+ at item Min_difference
+minimal difference between two consecutive samples
 at item Noise floor dB
Minimum local peak measured in dBFS over a short window.
+ at item Min_level
+minimal sample level
 at item Noise floor count
Number of occasions (not the number of samples) that the signal attained
 at var{Noise floor}.
+ at item Noise_floor
+minimum local peak measured in dBFS over a short window
 at item Entropy
Entropy measured across whole audio. Entropy of value near 1.0 is typically measured for white noise.
+ at item Noise_floor_count
+number of occasions (not the number of samples) that the signal attained
+ at var{Noise floor}
+
+ at item Number_of_Infs
+number of samples with an infinite value
+
+ at item Number_of_NaNs
+number of samples with a NaN (not a number) value
+
+ at item Number_of_denormals
+number of samples with a subnormal value
+
+ at item Number_of_samples
+number of samples
+
+ at item Peak_count
+number of occasions (not the number of samples) that the signal attained either
+ at var{Min_level} or @var{Max_level}
+
+ at item Peak_level
+standard peak level measured in dBFS
+
+ at item RMS_difference
+Root Mean Square difference between two consecutive samples
 at item Bit depth
Overall bit depth of audio. Number of bits used for each sample.
+ at item RMS_level
+standard RMS level measured in dBFS
 at item Dynamic range
Measured dynamic range of audio in dB.
+ at item RMS_peak
+ at item RMS_trough
+peak and trough values for RMS level measured over a short window,
+measured in dBFS.
@item Zero crossings
Number of points where the waveform crosses the zero level axis.
+number of points where the waveform crosses the zero level axis
@item Zero crossings rate
Rate of Zero crossings and number of audio samples.
+rate of Zero crossings and number of audio samples
@end table
@section asubboost
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