Commit 500fec2d authored by John Koleszar's avatar John Koleszar
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Allow specifying --end-usage by enum name

Map an enum to the --end-usage values, so you can specify
--end-usage=cq instead of --end-usage=2. The numerical values still
work for historical scripts, etc, but this is more user friendly.

Change-Id: I445ecd9638f801f5924a71eabf449bee293cdd34
parent 18555734
......@@ -924,8 +924,14 @@ static const arg_def_t resize_up_thresh = ARG_DEF(NULL, "resize-up", 1,
"Upscale threshold (buf %)");
static const arg_def_t resize_down_thresh = ARG_DEF(NULL, "resize-down", 1,
"Downscale threshold (buf %)");
static const arg_def_t end_usage = ARG_DEF(NULL, "end-usage", 1,
"VBR=0 | CBR=1 | CQ=2");
static const struct arg_enum_list end_usage_enum[] = {
{"vbr", VPX_VBR},
{"cbr", VPX_CBR},
{"cq", VPX_CQ},
{NULL, 0}
static const arg_def_t end_usage = ARG_DEF_ENUM(NULL, "end-usage", 1,
"Rate control mode", end_usage_enum);
static const arg_def_t target_bitrate = ARG_DEF(NULL, "target-bitrate", 1,
"Bitrate (kbps)");
static const arg_def_t min_quantizer = ARG_DEF(NULL, "min-q", 1,
......@@ -1256,7 +1262,7 @@ int main(int argc, const char **argv_)
else if (arg_match(&arg, &resize_down_thresh, argi))
cfg.rc_resize_down_thresh = arg_parse_uint(&arg);
else if (arg_match(&arg, &end_usage, argi))
cfg.rc_end_usage = arg_parse_uint(&arg);
cfg.rc_end_usage = arg_parse_enum_or_int(&arg);
else if (arg_match(&arg, &target_bitrate, argi))
cfg.rc_target_bitrate = arg_parse_uint(&arg);
else if (arg_match(&arg, &min_quantizer, argi))
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