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/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var Stream = require(17);
var ONE_SECOND_IN_TS = require(15).ONE_SECOND_IN_TS;

var AdtsStream;

var
  ADTS_SAMPLING_FREQUENCIES = [
    96000,
    88200,
    64000,
    48000,
    44100,
    32000,
    24000,
    22050,
    16000,
    12000,
    11025,
    8000,
    7350
  ];

/*
 * Accepts a ElementaryStream and emits data events with parsed
 * AAC Audio Frames of the individual packets. Input audio in ADTS
 * format is unpacked and re-emitted as AAC frames.
 *
 * @see http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=ADTS
 * @see http://wiki.multimedia.cx/?title=Understanding_AAC
 */
AdtsStream = function(handlePartialSegments) {
  var
    buffer,
    frameNum = 0;

  AdtsStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  this.push = function(packet) {
    var
      i = 0,
      frameLength,
      protectionSkipBytes,
      frameEnd,
      oldBuffer,
      sampleCount,
      adtsFrameDuration;

    if (!handlePartialSegments) {
      frameNum = 0;
    }

    if (packet.type !== 'audio') {
      // ignore non-audio data
      return;
    }

    // Prepend any data in the buffer to the input data so that we can parse
    // aac frames the cross a PES packet boundary
    if (buffer) {
      oldBuffer = buffer;
      buffer = new Uint8Array(oldBuffer.byteLength + packet.data.byteLength);
      buffer.set(oldBuffer);
      buffer.set(packet.data, oldBuffer.byteLength);
    } else {
      buffer = packet.data;
    }

    // unpack any ADTS frames which have been fully received
    // for details on the ADTS header, see http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=ADTS
    while (i + 5 < buffer.length) {

      // Look for the start of an ADTS header..
      if ((buffer[i] !== 0xFF) || (buffer[i + 1] & 0xF6) !== 0xF0) {
        // If a valid header was not found,  jump one forward and attempt to
        // find a valid ADTS header starting at the next byte
        i++;
        continue;
      }

      // The protection skip bit tells us if we have 2 bytes of CRC data at the
      // end of the ADTS header
      protectionSkipBytes = (~buffer[i + 1] & 0x01) * 2;

      // Frame length is a 13 bit integer starting 16 bits from the
      // end of the sync sequence
      frameLength = ((buffer[i + 3] & 0x03) << 11) |
        (buffer[i + 4] << 3) |
        ((buffer[i + 5] & 0xe0) >> 5);

      sampleCount = ((buffer[i + 6] & 0x03) + 1) * 1024;
      adtsFrameDuration = (sampleCount * ONE_SECOND_IN_TS) /
        ADTS_SAMPLING_FREQUENCIES[(buffer[i + 2] & 0x3c) >>> 2];

      frameEnd = i + frameLength;

      // If we don't have enough data to actually finish this ADTS frame, return
      // and wait for more data
      if (buffer.byteLength < frameEnd) {
        return;
      }

      // Otherwise, deliver the complete AAC frame
      this.trigger('data', {
        pts: packet.pts + (frameNum * adtsFrameDuration),
        dts: packet.dts + (frameNum * adtsFrameDuration),
        sampleCount: sampleCount,
        audioobjecttype: ((buffer[i + 2] >>> 6) & 0x03) + 1,
        channelcount: ((buffer[i + 2] & 1) << 2) |
          ((buffer[i + 3] & 0xc0) >>> 6),
        samplerate: ADTS_SAMPLING_FREQUENCIES[(buffer[i + 2] & 0x3c) >>> 2],
        samplingfrequencyindex: (buffer[i + 2] & 0x3c) >>> 2,
        // assume ISO/IEC 14496-12 AudioSampleEntry default of 16
        samplesize: 16,
        data: buffer.subarray(i + 7 + protectionSkipBytes, frameEnd)
      });

      frameNum++;

      // If the buffer is empty, clear it and return
      if (buffer.byteLength === frameEnd) {
        buffer = undefined;
        return;
      }

      // Remove the finished frame from the buffer and start the process again
      buffer = buffer.subarray(frameEnd);
    }
  };

  this.flush = function() {
    frameNum = 0;
    this.trigger('done');
  };

  this.reset = function() {
    buffer = void 0;
    this.trigger('reset');
  };

  this.endTimeline = function() {
    buffer = void 0;
    this.trigger('endedtimeline');
  };
};

AdtsStream.prototype = new Stream();

module.exports = AdtsStream;

},{"15":15,"17":17}],2:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var Stream = require(17);
var ExpGolomb = require(16);

var H264Stream, NalByteStream;
var PROFILES_WITH_OPTIONAL_SPS_DATA;

/**
 * Accepts a NAL unit byte stream and unpacks the embedded NAL units.
 */
NalByteStream = function() {
  var
    syncPoint = 0,
    i,
    buffer;
  NalByteStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  /*
   * Scans a byte stream and triggers a data event with the NAL units found.
   * @param {Object} data Event received from H264Stream
   * @param {Uint8Array} data.data The h264 byte stream to be scanned
   *
   * @see H264Stream.push
   */
  this.push = function(data) {
    var swapBuffer;

    if (!buffer) {
      buffer = data.data;
    } else {
      swapBuffer = new Uint8Array(buffer.byteLength + data.data.byteLength);
      swapBuffer.set(buffer);
      swapBuffer.set(data.data, buffer.byteLength);
      buffer = swapBuffer;
    }

    // Rec. ITU-T H.264, Annex B
    // scan for NAL unit boundaries

    // a match looks like this:
    // 0 0 1 .. NAL .. 0 0 1
    // ^ sync point        ^ i
    // or this:
    // 0 0 1 .. NAL .. 0 0 0
    // ^ sync point        ^ i

    // advance the sync point to a NAL start, if necessary
    for (; syncPoint < buffer.byteLength - 3; syncPoint++) {
      if (buffer[syncPoint + 2] === 1) {
        // the sync point is properly aligned
        i = syncPoint + 5;
        break;
      }
    }

    while (i < buffer.byteLength) {
      // look at the current byte to determine if we've hit the end of
      // a NAL unit boundary
      switch (buffer[i]) {
      case 0:
        // skip past non-sync sequences
        if (buffer[i - 1] !== 0) {
          i += 2;
          break;
        } else if (buffer[i - 2] !== 0) {
          i++;
          break;
        }

        // deliver the NAL unit if it isn't empty
        if (syncPoint + 3 !== i - 2) {
          this.trigger('data', buffer.subarray(syncPoint + 3, i - 2));
        }

        // drop trailing zeroes
        do {
          i++;
        } while (buffer[i] !== 1 && i < buffer.length);
        syncPoint = i - 2;
        i += 3;
        break;
      case 1:
        // skip past non-sync sequences
        if (buffer[i - 1] !== 0 ||
            buffer[i - 2] !== 0) {
          i += 3;
          break;
        }

        // deliver the NAL unit
        this.trigger('data', buffer.subarray(syncPoint + 3, i - 2));
        syncPoint = i - 2;
        i += 3;
        break;
      default:
        // the current byte isn't a one or zero, so it cannot be part
        // of a sync sequence
        i += 3;
        break;
      }
    }
    // filter out the NAL units that were delivered
    buffer = buffer.subarray(syncPoint);
    i -= syncPoint;
    syncPoint = 0;
  };

  this.reset = function() {
    buffer = null;
    syncPoint = 0;
    this.trigger('reset');
  };

  this.flush = function() {
    // deliver the last buffered NAL unit
    if (buffer && buffer.byteLength > 3) {
      this.trigger('data', buffer.subarray(syncPoint + 3));
    }
    // reset the stream state
    buffer = null;
    syncPoint = 0;
    this.trigger('done');
  };

  this.endTimeline = function() {
    this.flush();
    this.trigger('endedtimeline');
  };
};
NalByteStream.prototype = new Stream();

// values of profile_idc that indicate additional fields are included in the SPS
// see Recommendation ITU-T H.264 (4/2013),
// 7.3.2.1.1 Sequence parameter set data syntax
PROFILES_WITH_OPTIONAL_SPS_DATA = {
  100: true,
  110: true,
  122: true,
  244: true,
  44: true,
  83: true,
  86: true,
  118: true,
  128: true,
  138: true,
  139: true,
  134: true
};

/**
 * Accepts input from a ElementaryStream and produces H.264 NAL unit data
 * events.
 */
H264Stream = function() {
  var
    nalByteStream = new NalByteStream(),
    self,
    trackId,
    currentPts,
    currentDts,

    discardEmulationPreventionBytes,
    readSequenceParameterSet,
    skipScalingList;

  H264Stream.prototype.init.call(this);
  self = this;

  /*
   * Pushes a packet from a stream onto the NalByteStream
   *
   * @param {Object} packet - A packet received from a stream
   * @param {Uint8Array} packet.data - The raw bytes of the packet
   * @param {Number} packet.dts - Decode timestamp of the packet
   * @param {Number} packet.pts - Presentation timestamp of the packet
   * @param {Number} packet.trackId - The id of the h264 track this packet came from
   * @param {('video'|'audio')} packet.type - The type of packet
   *
   */
  this.push = function(packet) {
    if (packet.type !== 'video') {
      return;
    }
    trackId = packet.trackId;
    currentPts = packet.pts;
    currentDts = packet.dts;

    nalByteStream.push(packet);
  };

  /*
   * Identify NAL unit types and pass on the NALU, trackId, presentation and decode timestamps
   * for the NALUs to the next stream component.
   * Also, preprocess caption and sequence parameter NALUs.
   *
   * @param {Uint8Array} data - A NAL unit identified by `NalByteStream.push`
   * @see NalByteStream.push
   */
  nalByteStream.on('data', function(data) {
    var
      event = {
        trackId: trackId,
        pts: currentPts,
        dts: currentDts,
        data: data
      };

    switch (data[0] & 0x1f) {
    case 0x05:
      event.nalUnitType = 'slice_layer_without_partitioning_rbsp_idr';
      break;
    case 0x06:
      event.nalUnitType = 'sei_rbsp';
      event.escapedRBSP = discardEmulationPreventionBytes(data.subarray(1));
      break;
    case 0x07:
      event.nalUnitType = 'seq_parameter_set_rbsp';
      event.escapedRBSP = discardEmulationPreventionBytes(data.subarray(1));
      event.config = readSequenceParameterSet(event.escapedRBSP);
      break;
    case 0x08:
      event.nalUnitType = 'pic_parameter_set_rbsp';
      break;
    case 0x09:
      event.nalUnitType = 'access_unit_delimiter_rbsp';
      break;

    default:
      break;
    }
    // This triggers data on the H264Stream
    self.trigger('data', event);
  });
  nalByteStream.on('done', function() {
    self.trigger('done');
  });
  nalByteStream.on('partialdone', function() {
    self.trigger('partialdone');
  });
  nalByteStream.on('reset', function() {
    self.trigger('reset');
  });
  nalByteStream.on('endedtimeline', function() {
    self.trigger('endedtimeline');
  });

  this.flush = function() {
    nalByteStream.flush();
  };

  this.partialFlush = function() {
    nalByteStream.partialFlush();
  };

  this.reset = function() {
    nalByteStream.reset();
  };

  this.endTimeline = function() {
    nalByteStream.endTimeline();
  };

  /**
   * Advance the ExpGolomb decoder past a scaling list. The scaling
   * list is optionally transmitted as part of a sequence parameter
   * set and is not relevant to transmuxing.
   * @param count {number} the number of entries in this scaling list
   * @param expGolombDecoder {object} an ExpGolomb pointed to the
   * start of a scaling list
   * @see Recommendation ITU-T H.264, Section 7.3.2.1.1.1
   */
  skipScalingList = function(count, expGolombDecoder) {
    var
      lastScale = 8,
      nextScale = 8,
      j,
      deltaScale;

    for (j = 0; j < count; j++) {
      if (nextScale !== 0) {
        deltaScale = expGolombDecoder.readExpGolomb();
        nextScale = (lastScale + deltaScale + 256) % 256;
      }

      lastScale = (nextScale === 0) ? lastScale : nextScale;
    }
  };

  /**
   * Expunge any "Emulation Prevention" bytes from a "Raw Byte
   * Sequence Payload"
   * @param data {Uint8Array} the bytes of a RBSP from a NAL
   * unit
   * @return {Uint8Array} the RBSP without any Emulation
   * Prevention Bytes
   */
  discardEmulationPreventionBytes = function(data) {
    var
      length = data.byteLength,
      emulationPreventionBytesPositions = [],
      i = 1,
      newLength, newData;

    // Find all `Emulation Prevention Bytes`
    while (i < length - 2) {
      if (data[i] === 0 && data[i + 1] === 0 && data[i + 2] === 0x03) {
        emulationPreventionBytesPositions.push(i + 2);
        i += 2;
      } else {
        i++;
      }
    }

    // If no Emulation Prevention Bytes were found just return the original
    // array
    if (emulationPreventionBytesPositions.length === 0) {
      return data;
    }

    // Create a new array to hold the NAL unit data
    newLength = length - emulationPreventionBytesPositions.length;
    newData = new Uint8Array(newLength);
    var sourceIndex = 0;

    for (i = 0; i < newLength; sourceIndex++, i++) {
      if (sourceIndex === emulationPreventionBytesPositions[0]) {
        // Skip this byte
        sourceIndex++;
        // Remove this position index
        emulationPreventionBytesPositions.shift();
      }
      newData[i] = data[sourceIndex];
    }

    return newData;
  };

  /**
   * Read a sequence parameter set and return some interesting video
   * properties. A sequence parameter set is the H264 metadata that
   * describes the properties of upcoming video frames.
   * @param data {Uint8Array} the bytes of a sequence parameter set
   * @return {object} an object with configuration parsed from the
   * sequence parameter set, including the dimensions of the
   * associated video frames.
   */
  readSequenceParameterSet = function(data) {
    var
      frameCropLeftOffset = 0,
      frameCropRightOffset = 0,
      frameCropTopOffset = 0,
      frameCropBottomOffset = 0,
      sarScale = 1,
      expGolombDecoder, profileIdc, levelIdc, profileCompatibility,
      chromaFormatIdc, picOrderCntType,
      numRefFramesInPicOrderCntCycle, picWidthInMbsMinus1,
      picHeightInMapUnitsMinus1,
      frameMbsOnlyFlag,
      scalingListCount,
      sarRatio,
      aspectRatioIdc,
      i;

    expGolombDecoder = new ExpGolomb(data);
    profileIdc = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte(); // profile_idc
    profileCompatibility = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte(); // constraint_set[0-5]_flag
    levelIdc = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte(); // level_idc u(8)
    expGolombDecoder.skipUnsignedExpGolomb(); // seq_parameter_set_id

    // some profiles have more optional data we don't need
    if (PROFILES_WITH_OPTIONAL_SPS_DATA[profileIdc]) {
      chromaFormatIdc = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
      if (chromaFormatIdc === 3) {
        expGolombDecoder.skipBits(1); // separate_colour_plane_flag
      }
      expGolombDecoder.skipUnsignedExpGolomb(); // bit_depth_luma_minus8
      expGolombDecoder.skipUnsignedExpGolomb(); // bit_depth_chroma_minus8
      expGolombDecoder.skipBits(1); // qpprime_y_zero_transform_bypass_flag
      if (expGolombDecoder.readBoolean()) { // seq_scaling_matrix_present_flag
        scalingListCount = (chromaFormatIdc !== 3) ? 8 : 12;
        for (i = 0; i < scalingListCount; i++) {
          if (expGolombDecoder.readBoolean()) { // seq_scaling_list_present_flag[ i ]
            if (i < 6) {
              skipScalingList(16, expGolombDecoder);
            } else {
              skipScalingList(64, expGolombDecoder);
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }

    expGolombDecoder.skipUnsignedExpGolomb(); // log2_max_frame_num_minus4
    picOrderCntType = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();

    if (picOrderCntType === 0) {
      expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb(); // log2_max_pic_order_cnt_lsb_minus4
    } else if (picOrderCntType === 1) {
      expGolombDecoder.skipBits(1); // delta_pic_order_always_zero_flag
      expGolombDecoder.skipExpGolomb(); // offset_for_non_ref_pic
      expGolombDecoder.skipExpGolomb(); // offset_for_top_to_bottom_field
      numRefFramesInPicOrderCntCycle = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
      for (i = 0; i < numRefFramesInPicOrderCntCycle; i++) {
        expGolombDecoder.skipExpGolomb(); // offset_for_ref_frame[ i ]
      }
    }

    expGolombDecoder.skipUnsignedExpGolomb(); // max_num_ref_frames
    expGolombDecoder.skipBits(1); // gaps_in_frame_num_value_allowed_flag

    picWidthInMbsMinus1 = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
    picHeightInMapUnitsMinus1 = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();

    frameMbsOnlyFlag = expGolombDecoder.readBits(1);
    if (frameMbsOnlyFlag === 0) {
      expGolombDecoder.skipBits(1); // mb_adaptive_frame_field_flag
    }

    expGolombDecoder.skipBits(1); // direct_8x8_inference_flag
    if (expGolombDecoder.readBoolean()) { // frame_cropping_flag
      frameCropLeftOffset = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
      frameCropRightOffset = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
      frameCropTopOffset = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
      frameCropBottomOffset = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedExpGolomb();
    }
    if (expGolombDecoder.readBoolean()) {
      // vui_parameters_present_flag
      if (expGolombDecoder.readBoolean()) {
        // aspect_ratio_info_present_flag
        aspectRatioIdc = expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte();
        switch (aspectRatioIdc) {
          case 1: sarRatio = [1, 1]; break;
          case 2: sarRatio = [12, 11]; break;
          case 3: sarRatio = [10, 11]; break;
          case 4: sarRatio = [16, 11]; break;
          case 5: sarRatio = [40, 33]; break;
          case 6: sarRatio = [24, 11]; break;
          case 7: sarRatio = [20, 11]; break;
          case 8: sarRatio = [32, 11]; break;
          case 9: sarRatio = [80, 33]; break;
          case 10: sarRatio = [18, 11]; break;
          case 11: sarRatio = [15, 11]; break;
          case 12: sarRatio = [64, 33]; break;
          case 13: sarRatio = [160, 99]; break;
          case 14: sarRatio = [4, 3]; break;
          case 15: sarRatio = [3, 2]; break;
          case 16: sarRatio = [2, 1]; break;
          case 255: {
            sarRatio = [expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte() << 8 |
                        expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte(),
                        expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte() << 8 |
                        expGolombDecoder.readUnsignedByte() ];
            break;
          }
        }
        if (sarRatio) {
          sarScale = sarRatio[0] / sarRatio[1];
        }
      }
    }
    return {
      profileIdc: profileIdc,
      levelIdc: levelIdc,
      profileCompatibility: profileCompatibility,
      width: Math.ceil((((picWidthInMbsMinus1 + 1) * 16) - frameCropLeftOffset * 2 - frameCropRightOffset * 2) * sarScale),
      height: ((2 - frameMbsOnlyFlag) * (picHeightInMapUnitsMinus1 + 1) * 16) - (frameCropTopOffset * 2) - (frameCropBottomOffset * 2)
    };
  };

};
H264Stream.prototype = new Stream();

module.exports = {
  H264Stream: H264Stream,
  NalByteStream: NalByteStream
};

},{"16":16,"17":17}],3:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var Stream = require(17);

/**
 * The final stage of the transmuxer that emits the flv tags
 * for audio, video, and metadata. Also tranlates in time and
 * outputs caption data and id3 cues.
 */
var CoalesceStream = function(options) {
  // Number of Tracks per output segment
  // If greater than 1, we combine multiple
  // tracks into a single segment
  this.numberOfTracks = 0;
  this.metadataStream = options.metadataStream;

  this.videoTags = [];
  this.audioTags = [];
  this.videoTrack = null;
  this.audioTrack = null;
  this.pendingCaptions = [];
  this.pendingMetadata = [];
  this.pendingTracks = 0;
  this.processedTracks = 0;

  CoalesceStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  // Take output from multiple
  this.push = function(output) {
    // buffer incoming captions until the associated video segment
    // finishes
    if (output.text) {
      return this.pendingCaptions.push(output);
    }
    // buffer incoming id3 tags until the final flush
    if (output.frames) {
      return this.pendingMetadata.push(output);
    }

    if (output.track.type === 'video') {
      this.videoTrack = output.track;
      this.videoTags = output.tags;
      this.pendingTracks++;
    }
    if (output.track.type === 'audio') {
      this.audioTrack = output.track;
      this.audioTags = output.tags;
      this.pendingTracks++;
    }
  };
};

CoalesceStream.prototype = new Stream();
CoalesceStream.prototype.flush = function(flushSource) {
  var
    id3,
    caption,
    i,
    timelineStartPts,
    event = {
      tags: {},
      captions: [],
      captionStreams: {},
      metadata: []
    };

  if (this.pendingTracks < this.numberOfTracks) {
    if (flushSource !== 'VideoSegmentStream' &&
        flushSource !== 'AudioSegmentStream') {
      // Return because we haven't received a flush from a data-generating
      // portion of the segment (meaning that we have only recieved meta-data
      // or captions.)
      return;
    } else if (this.pendingTracks === 0) {
      // In the case where we receive a flush without any data having been
      // received we consider it an emitted track for the purposes of coalescing
      // `done` events.
      // We do this for the case where there is an audio and video track in the
      // segment but no audio data. (seen in several playlists with alternate
      // audio tracks and no audio present in the main TS segments.)
      this.processedTracks++;

      if (this.processedTracks < this.numberOfTracks) {
        return;
      }
    }
  }

  this.processedTracks += this.pendingTracks;
  this.pendingTracks = 0;

  if (this.processedTracks < this.numberOfTracks) {
    return;
  }

  if (this.videoTrack) {
    timelineStartPts = this.videoTrack.timelineStartInfo.pts;
  } else if (this.audioTrack) {
    timelineStartPts = this.audioTrack.timelineStartInfo.pts;
  }

  event.tags.videoTags = this.videoTags;
  event.tags.audioTags = this.audioTags;

  // Translate caption PTS times into second offsets into the
  // video timeline for the segment, and add track info
  for (i = 0; i < this.pendingCaptions.length; i++) {
    caption = this.pendingCaptions[i];
    caption.startTime = caption.startPts - timelineStartPts;
    caption.startTime /= 90e3;
    caption.endTime = caption.endPts - timelineStartPts;
    caption.endTime /= 90e3;
    event.captionStreams[caption.stream] = true;
    event.captions.push(caption);
  }

  // Translate ID3 frame PTS times into second offsets into the
  // video timeline for the segment
  for (i = 0; i < this.pendingMetadata.length; i++) {
    id3 = this.pendingMetadata[i];
    id3.cueTime = id3.pts - timelineStartPts;
    id3.cueTime /= 90e3;
    event.metadata.push(id3);
  }
  // We add this to every single emitted segment even though we only need
  // it for the first
  event.metadata.dispatchType = this.metadataStream.dispatchType;

  // Reset stream state
  this.videoTrack = null;
  this.audioTrack = null;
  this.videoTags = [];
  this.audioTags = [];
  this.pendingCaptions.length = 0;
  this.pendingMetadata.length = 0;
  this.pendingTracks = 0;
  this.processedTracks = 0;

  // Emit the final segment
  this.trigger('data', event);

  this.trigger('done');
};

module.exports = CoalesceStream;

},{"17":17}],4:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var FlvTag = require(5);

// For information on the FLV format, see
// http://download.macromedia.com/f4v/video_file_format_spec_v10_1.pdf.
// Technically, this function returns the header and a metadata FLV tag
// if duration is greater than zero
// duration in seconds
// @return {object} the bytes of the FLV header as a Uint8Array
var getFlvHeader = function(duration, audio, video) { // :ByteArray {
  var
    headBytes = new Uint8Array(3 + 1 + 1 + 4),
    head = new DataView(headBytes.buffer),
    metadata,
    result,
    metadataLength;

  // default arguments
  duration = duration || 0;
  audio = audio === undefined ? true : audio;
  video = video === undefined ? true : video;

  // signature
  head.setUint8(0, 0x46); // 'F'
  head.setUint8(1, 0x4c); // 'L'
  head.setUint8(2, 0x56); // 'V'

  // version
  head.setUint8(3, 0x01);

  // flags
  head.setUint8(4, (audio ? 0x04 : 0x00) | (video ? 0x01 : 0x00));

  // data offset, should be 9 for FLV v1
  head.setUint32(5, headBytes.byteLength);

  // init the first FLV tag
  if (duration <= 0) {
    // no duration available so just write the first field of the first
    // FLV tag
    result = new Uint8Array(headBytes.byteLength + 4);
    result.set(headBytes);
    result.set([0, 0, 0, 0], headBytes.byteLength);
    return result;
  }

  // write out the duration metadata tag
  metadata = new FlvTag(FlvTag.METADATA_TAG);
  metadata.pts = metadata.dts = 0;
  metadata.writeMetaDataDouble('duration', duration);
  metadataLength = metadata.finalize().length;
  result = new Uint8Array(headBytes.byteLength + metadataLength);
  result.set(headBytes);
  result.set(head.byteLength, metadataLength);

  return result;
};

module.exports = getFlvHeader;

},{"5":5}],5:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * An object that stores the bytes of an FLV tag and methods for
 * querying and manipulating that data.
 * @see http://download.macromedia.com/f4v/video_file_format_spec_v10_1.pdf
 */
'use strict';

var FlvTag;

// (type:uint, extraData:Boolean = false) extends ByteArray
FlvTag = function(type, extraData) {
  var
    // Counter if this is a metadata tag, nal start marker if this is a video
    // tag. unused if this is an audio tag
    adHoc = 0, // :uint

    // The default size is 16kb but this is not enough to hold iframe
    // data and the resizing algorithm costs a bit so we create a larger
    // starting buffer for video tags
    bufferStartSize = 16384,

    // checks whether the FLV tag has enough capacity to accept the proposed
    // write and re-allocates the internal buffers if necessary
    prepareWrite = function(flv, count) {
      var
        bytes,
        minLength = flv.position + count;
      if (minLength < flv.bytes.byteLength) {
        // there's enough capacity so do nothing
        return;
      }

      // allocate a new buffer and copy over the data that will not be modified
      bytes = new Uint8Array(minLength * 2);
      bytes.set(flv.bytes.subarray(0, flv.position), 0);
      flv.bytes = bytes;
      flv.view = new DataView(flv.bytes.buffer);
    },

    // commonly used metadata properties
    widthBytes = FlvTag.widthBytes || new Uint8Array('width'.length),
    heightBytes = FlvTag.heightBytes || new Uint8Array('height'.length),
    videocodecidBytes = FlvTag.videocodecidBytes || new Uint8Array('videocodecid'.length),
    i;

  if (!FlvTag.widthBytes) {
    // calculating the bytes of common metadata names ahead of time makes the
    // corresponding writes faster because we don't have to loop over the
    // characters
    // re-test with test/perf.html if you're planning on changing this
    for (i = 0; i < 'width'.length; i++) {
      widthBytes[i] = 'width'.charCodeAt(i);
    }
    for (i = 0; i < 'height'.length; i++) {
      heightBytes[i] = 'height'.charCodeAt(i);
    }
    for (i = 0; i < 'videocodecid'.length; i++) {
      videocodecidBytes[i] = 'videocodecid'.charCodeAt(i);
    }

    FlvTag.widthBytes = widthBytes;
    FlvTag.heightBytes = heightBytes;
    FlvTag.videocodecidBytes = videocodecidBytes;
  }

  this.keyFrame = false; // :Boolean

  switch (type) {
  case FlvTag.VIDEO_TAG:
    this.length = 16;
    // Start the buffer at 256k
    bufferStartSize *= 6;
    break;
  case FlvTag.AUDIO_TAG:
    this.length = 13;
    this.keyFrame = true;
    break;
  case FlvTag.METADATA_TAG:
    this.length = 29;
    this.keyFrame = true;
    break;
  default:
    throw new Error('Unknown FLV tag type');
  }

  this.bytes = new Uint8Array(bufferStartSize);
  this.view = new DataView(this.bytes.buffer);
  this.bytes[0] = type;
  this.position = this.length;
  this.keyFrame = extraData; // Defaults to false

  // presentation timestamp
  this.pts = 0;
  // decoder timestamp
  this.dts = 0;

  // ByteArray#writeBytes(bytes:ByteArray, offset:uint = 0, length:uint = 0)
  this.writeBytes = function(bytes, offset, length) {
    var
      start = offset || 0,
      end;
    length = length || bytes.byteLength;
    end = start + length;

    prepareWrite(this, length);
    this.bytes.set(bytes.subarray(start, end), this.position);

    this.position += length;
    this.length = Math.max(this.length, this.position);
  };

  // ByteArray#writeByte(value:int):void
  this.writeByte = function(byte) {
    prepareWrite(this, 1);
    this.bytes[this.position] = byte;
    this.position++;
    this.length = Math.max(this.length, this.position);
  };

  // ByteArray#writeShort(value:int):void
  this.writeShort = function(short) {
    prepareWrite(this, 2);
    this.view.setUint16(this.position, short);
    this.position += 2;
    this.length = Math.max(this.length, this.position);
  };

  // Negative index into array
  // (pos:uint):int
  this.negIndex = function(pos) {
    return this.bytes[this.length - pos];
  };

  // The functions below ONLY work when this[0] == VIDEO_TAG.
  // We are not going to check for that because we dont want the overhead
  // (nal:ByteArray = null):int
  this.nalUnitSize = function() {
    if (adHoc === 0) {
      return 0;
    }

    return this.length - (adHoc + 4);
  };

  this.startNalUnit = function() {
    // remember position and add 4 bytes
    if (adHoc > 0) {
      throw new Error('Attempted to create new NAL wihout closing the old one');
    }

    // reserve 4 bytes for nal unit size
    adHoc = this.length;
    this.length += 4;
    this.position = this.length;
  };

  // (nal:ByteArray = null):void
  this.endNalUnit = function(nalContainer) {
    var
      nalStart, // :uint
      nalLength; // :uint

    // Rewind to the marker and write the size
    if (this.length === adHoc + 4) {
      // we started a nal unit, but didnt write one, so roll back the 4 byte size value
      this.length -= 4;
    } else if (adHoc > 0) {
      nalStart = adHoc + 4;
      nalLength = this.length - nalStart;

      this.position = adHoc;
      this.view.setUint32(this.position, nalLength);
      this.position = this.length;

      if (nalContainer) {
        // Add the tag to the NAL unit
        nalContainer.push(this.bytes.subarray(nalStart, nalStart + nalLength));
      }
    }

    adHoc = 0;
  };

  /**
   * Write out a 64-bit floating point valued metadata property. This method is
   * called frequently during a typical parse and needs to be fast.
   */
  // (key:String, val:Number):void
  this.writeMetaDataDouble = function(key, val) {
    var i;
    prepareWrite(this, 2 + key.length + 9);

    // write size of property name
    this.view.setUint16(this.position, key.length);
    this.position += 2;

    // this next part looks terrible but it improves parser throughput by
    // 10kB/s in my testing

    // write property name
    if (key === 'width') {
      this.bytes.set(widthBytes, this.position);
      this.position += 5;
    } else if (key === 'height') {
      this.bytes.set(heightBytes, this.position);
      this.position += 6;
    } else if (key === 'videocodecid') {
      this.bytes.set(videocodecidBytes, this.position);
      this.position += 12;
    } else {
      for (i = 0; i < key.length; i++) {
        this.bytes[this.position] = key.charCodeAt(i);
        this.position++;
      }
    }

    // skip null byte
    this.position++;

    // write property value
    this.view.setFloat64(this.position, val);
    this.position += 8;

    // update flv tag length
    this.length = Math.max(this.length, this.position);
    ++adHoc;
  };

  // (key:String, val:Boolean):void
  this.writeMetaDataBoolean = function(key, val) {
    var i;
    prepareWrite(this, 2);
    this.view.setUint16(this.position, key.length);
    this.position += 2;
    for (i = 0; i < key.length; i++) {
      // if key.charCodeAt(i) >= 255, handle error
      prepareWrite(this, 1);
      this.bytes[this.position] = key.charCodeAt(i);
      this.position++;
    }
    prepareWrite(this, 2);
    this.view.setUint8(this.position, 0x01);
    this.position++;
    this.view.setUint8(this.position, val ? 0x01 : 0x00);
    this.position++;
    this.length = Math.max(this.length, this.position);
    ++adHoc;
  };

  // ():ByteArray
  this.finalize = function() {
    var
      dtsDelta, // :int
      len; // :int

    switch (this.bytes[0]) {
      // Video Data
    case FlvTag.VIDEO_TAG:
       // We only support AVC, 1 = key frame (for AVC, a seekable
       // frame), 2 = inter frame (for AVC, a non-seekable frame)
      this.bytes[11] = ((this.keyFrame || extraData) ? 0x10 : 0x20) | 0x07;
      this.bytes[12] = extraData ?  0x00 : 0x01;

      dtsDelta = this.pts - this.dts;
      this.bytes[13] = (dtsDelta & 0x00FF0000) >>> 16;
      this.bytes[14] = (dtsDelta & 0x0000FF00) >>>  8;
      this.bytes[15] = (dtsDelta & 0x000000FF) >>>  0;
      break;

    case FlvTag.AUDIO_TAG:
      this.bytes[11] = 0xAF; // 44 kHz, 16-bit stereo
      this.bytes[12] = extraData ? 0x00 : 0x01;
      break;

    case FlvTag.METADATA_TAG:
      this.position = 11;
      this.view.setUint8(this.position, 0x02); // String type
      this.position++;
      this.view.setUint16(this.position, 0x0A); // 10 Bytes
      this.position += 2;
      // set "onMetaData"
      this.bytes.set([0x6f, 0x6e, 0x4d, 0x65,
                      0x74, 0x61, 0x44, 0x61,
                      0x74, 0x61], this.position);
      this.position += 10;
      this.bytes[this.position] = 0x08; // Array type
      this.position++;
      this.view.setUint32(this.position, adHoc);
      this.position = this.length;
      this.bytes.set([0, 0, 9], this.position);
      this.position += 3; // End Data Tag
      this.length = this.position;
      break;
    }

    len = this.length - 11;

    // write the DataSize field
    this.bytes[ 1] = (len & 0x00FF0000) >>> 16;
    this.bytes[ 2] = (len & 0x0000FF00) >>>  8;
    this.bytes[ 3] = (len & 0x000000FF) >>>  0;
    // write the Timestamp
    this.bytes[ 4] = (this.dts & 0x00FF0000) >>> 16;
    this.bytes[ 5] = (this.dts & 0x0000FF00) >>>  8;
    this.bytes[ 6] = (this.dts & 0x000000FF) >>>  0;
    this.bytes[ 7] = (this.dts & 0xFF000000) >>> 24;
    // write the StreamID
    this.bytes[ 8] = 0;
    this.bytes[ 9] = 0;
    this.bytes[10] = 0;

    // Sometimes we're at the end of the view and have one slot to write a
    // uint32, so, prepareWrite of count 4, since, view is uint8
    prepareWrite(this, 4);
    this.view.setUint32(this.length, this.length);
    this.length += 4;
    this.position += 4;

    // trim down the byte buffer to what is actually being used
    this.bytes = this.bytes.subarray(0, this.length);
    this.frameTime = FlvTag.frameTime(this.bytes);
    // if bytes.bytelength isn't equal to this.length, handle error
    return this;
  };
};

FlvTag.AUDIO_TAG = 0x08; // == 8, :uint
FlvTag.VIDEO_TAG = 0x09; // == 9, :uint
FlvTag.METADATA_TAG = 0x12; // == 18, :uint

// (tag:ByteArray):Boolean {
FlvTag.isAudioFrame = function(tag) {
  return FlvTag.AUDIO_TAG === tag[0];
};

// (tag:ByteArray):Boolean {
FlvTag.isVideoFrame = function(tag) {
  return FlvTag.VIDEO_TAG === tag[0];
};

// (tag:ByteArray):Boolean {
FlvTag.isMetaData = function(tag) {
  return FlvTag.METADATA_TAG === tag[0];
};

// (tag:ByteArray):Boolean {
FlvTag.isKeyFrame = function(tag) {
  if (FlvTag.isVideoFrame(tag)) {
    return tag[11] === 0x17;
  }

  if (FlvTag.isAudioFrame(tag)) {
    return true;
  }

  if (FlvTag.isMetaData(tag)) {
    return true;
  }

  return false;
};

// (tag:ByteArray):uint {
FlvTag.frameTime = function(tag) {
  var pts = tag[ 4] << 16; // :uint
  pts |= tag[ 5] <<  8;
  pts |= tag[ 6] <<  0;
  pts |= tag[ 7] << 24;
  return pts;
};

module.exports = FlvTag;

},{}],6:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
module.exports = {
  tag: require(5),
  Transmuxer: require(8),
  getFlvHeader: require(4)
};

},{"4":4,"5":5,"8":8}],7:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var TagList = function() {
  var self = this;

  this.list = [];

  this.push = function(tag) {
    this.list.push({
      bytes: tag.bytes,
      dts: tag.dts,
      pts: tag.pts,
      keyFrame: tag.keyFrame,
      metaDataTag: tag.metaDataTag
    });
  };

  Object.defineProperty(this, 'length', {
    get: function() {
      return self.list.length;
    }
  });
};

module.exports = TagList;

},{}],8:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var Stream = require(17);
var FlvTag = require(5);
var m2ts = require(10);
var AdtsStream = require(1);
var H264Stream = require(2).H264Stream;
var CoalesceStream = require(3);
var TagList = require(7);

var
  Transmuxer,
  VideoSegmentStream,
  AudioSegmentStream,
  collectTimelineInfo,
  metaDataTag,
  extraDataTag;

/**
 * Store information about the start and end of the tracka and the
 * duration for each frame/sample we process in order to calculate
 * the baseMediaDecodeTime
 */
collectTimelineInfo = function(track, data) {
  if (typeof data.pts === 'number') {
    if (track.timelineStartInfo.pts === undefined) {
      track.timelineStartInfo.pts = data.pts;
    } else {
      track.timelineStartInfo.pts =
        Math.min(track.timelineStartInfo.pts, data.pts);
    }
  }

  if (typeof data.dts === 'number') {
    if (track.timelineStartInfo.dts === undefined) {
      track.timelineStartInfo.dts = data.dts;
    } else {
      track.timelineStartInfo.dts =
        Math.min(track.timelineStartInfo.dts, data.dts);
    }
  }
};

metaDataTag = function(track, pts) {
  var
    tag = new FlvTag(FlvTag.METADATA_TAG); // :FlvTag

  tag.dts = pts;
  tag.pts = pts;

  tag.writeMetaDataDouble('videocodecid', 7);
  tag.writeMetaDataDouble('width', track.width);
  tag.writeMetaDataDouble('height', track.height);

  return tag;
};

extraDataTag = function(track, pts) {
  var
    i,
    tag = new FlvTag(FlvTag.VIDEO_TAG, true);

  tag.dts = pts;
  tag.pts = pts;

  tag.writeByte(0x01);// version
  tag.writeByte(track.profileIdc);// profile
  tag.writeByte(track.profileCompatibility);// compatibility
  tag.writeByte(track.levelIdc);// level
  tag.writeByte(0xFC | 0x03); // reserved (6 bits), NULA length size - 1 (2 bits)
  tag.writeByte(0xE0 | 0x01); // reserved (3 bits), num of SPS (5 bits)
  tag.writeShort(track.sps[0].length); // data of SPS
  tag.writeBytes(track.sps[0]); // SPS

  tag.writeByte(track.pps.length); // num of PPS (will there ever be more that 1 PPS?)
  for (i = 0; i < track.pps.length; ++i) {
    tag.writeShort(track.pps[i].length); // 2 bytes for length of PPS
    tag.writeBytes(track.pps[i]); // data of PPS
  }

  return tag;
};

/**
 * Constructs a single-track, media segment from AAC data
 * events. The output of this stream can be fed to flash.
 */
AudioSegmentStream = function(track) {
  var
    adtsFrames = [],
    videoKeyFrames = [],
    oldExtraData;

  AudioSegmentStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  this.push = function(data) {
    collectTimelineInfo(track, data);

    if (track) {
      track.audioobjecttype = data.audioobjecttype;
      track.channelcount = data.channelcount;
      track.samplerate = data.samplerate;
      track.samplingfrequencyindex = data.samplingfrequencyindex;
      track.samplesize = data.samplesize;
      track.extraData = (track.audioobjecttype << 11) |
                        (track.samplingfrequencyindex << 7) |
                        (track.channelcount << 3);
    }

    data.pts = Math.round(data.pts / 90);
    data.dts = Math.round(data.dts / 90);

    // buffer audio data until end() is called
    adtsFrames.push(data);
  };

  this.flush = function() {
    var currentFrame, adtsFrame, lastMetaPts, tags = new TagList();
    // return early if no audio data has been observed
    if (adtsFrames.length === 0) {
      this.trigger('done', 'AudioSegmentStream');
      return;
    }

    lastMetaPts = -Infinity;

    while (adtsFrames.length) {
      currentFrame = adtsFrames.shift();

      // write out a metadata frame at every video key frame
      if (videoKeyFrames.length && currentFrame.pts >= videoKeyFrames[0]) {
        lastMetaPts = videoKeyFrames.shift();
        this.writeMetaDataTags(tags, lastMetaPts);
      }

      // also write out metadata tags every 1 second so that the decoder
      // is re-initialized quickly after seeking into a different
      // audio configuration.
      if (track.extraData !== oldExtraData || currentFrame.pts - lastMetaPts >= 1000) {
        this.writeMetaDataTags(tags, currentFrame.pts);
        oldExtraData = track.extraData;
        lastMetaPts = currentFrame.pts;
      }

      adtsFrame = new FlvTag(FlvTag.AUDIO_TAG);
      adtsFrame.pts = currentFrame.pts;
      adtsFrame.dts = currentFrame.dts;

      adtsFrame.writeBytes(currentFrame.data);

      tags.push(adtsFrame.finalize());
    }

    videoKeyFrames.length = 0;
    oldExtraData = null;
    this.trigger('data', {track: track, tags: tags.list});

    this.trigger('done', 'AudioSegmentStream');
  };

  this.writeMetaDataTags = function(tags, pts) {
    var adtsFrame;

    adtsFrame = new FlvTag(FlvTag.METADATA_TAG);
    // For audio, DTS is always the same as PTS. We want to set the DTS
    // however so we can compare with video DTS to determine approximate
    // packet order
    adtsFrame.pts = pts;
    adtsFrame.dts = pts;

    // AAC is always 10
    adtsFrame.writeMetaDataDouble('audiocodecid', 10);
    adtsFrame.writeMetaDataBoolean('stereo', track.channelcount === 2);
    adtsFrame.writeMetaDataDouble('audiosamplerate', track.samplerate);
    // Is AAC always 16 bit?
    adtsFrame.writeMetaDataDouble('audiosamplesize', 16);

    tags.push(adtsFrame.finalize());

    adtsFrame = new FlvTag(FlvTag.AUDIO_TAG, true);
    // For audio, DTS is always the same as PTS. We want to set the DTS
    // however so we can compare with video DTS to determine approximate
    // packet order
    adtsFrame.pts = pts;
    adtsFrame.dts = pts;

    adtsFrame.view.setUint16(adtsFrame.position, track.extraData);
    adtsFrame.position += 2;
    adtsFrame.length = Math.max(adtsFrame.length, adtsFrame.position);

    tags.push(adtsFrame.finalize());
  };

  this.onVideoKeyFrame = function(pts) {
    videoKeyFrames.push(pts);
  };
};
AudioSegmentStream.prototype = new Stream();

/**
 * Store FlvTags for the h264 stream
 * @param track {object} track metadata configuration
 */
VideoSegmentStream = function(track) {
  var
    nalUnits = [],
    config,
    h264Frame;
  VideoSegmentStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  this.finishFrame = function(tags, frame) {
    if (!frame) {
      return;
    }
    // Check if keyframe and the length of tags.
    // This makes sure we write metadata on the first frame of a segment.
    if (config && track && track.newMetadata &&
        (frame.keyFrame || tags.length === 0)) {
      // Push extra data on every IDR frame in case we did a stream change + seek
      var metaTag = metaDataTag(config, frame.dts).finalize();
      var extraTag = extraDataTag(track, frame.dts).finalize();

      metaTag.metaDataTag = extraTag.metaDataTag = true;

      tags.push(metaTag);
      tags.push(extraTag);
      track.newMetadata = false;

      this.trigger('keyframe', frame.dts);
    }

    frame.endNalUnit();
    tags.push(frame.finalize());
    h264Frame = null;
  };

  this.push = function(data) {
    collectTimelineInfo(track, data);

    data.pts = Math.round(data.pts / 90);
    data.dts = Math.round(data.dts / 90);

    // buffer video until flush() is called
    nalUnits.push(data);
  };

  this.flush = function() {
    var
      currentNal,
      tags = new TagList();

    // Throw away nalUnits at the start of the byte stream until we find
    // the first AUD
    while (nalUnits.length) {
      if (nalUnits[0].nalUnitType === 'access_unit_delimiter_rbsp') {
        break;
      }
      nalUnits.shift();
    }

    // return early if no video data has been observed
    if (nalUnits.length === 0) {
      this.trigger('done', 'VideoSegmentStream');
      return;
    }

    while (nalUnits.length) {
      currentNal = nalUnits.shift();

      // record the track config
      if (currentNal.nalUnitType === 'seq_parameter_set_rbsp') {
        track.newMetadata = true;
        config = currentNal.config;
        track.width = config.width;
        track.height = config.height;
        track.sps = [currentNal.data];
        track.profileIdc = config.profileIdc;
        track.levelIdc = config.levelIdc;
        track.profileCompatibility = config.profileCompatibility;
        h264Frame.endNalUnit();
      } else if (currentNal.nalUnitType === 'pic_parameter_set_rbsp') {
        track.newMetadata = true;
        track.pps = [currentNal.data];
        h264Frame.endNalUnit();
      } else if (currentNal.nalUnitType === 'access_unit_delimiter_rbsp') {
        if (h264Frame) {
          this.finishFrame(tags, h264Frame);
        }
        h264Frame = new FlvTag(FlvTag.VIDEO_TAG);
        h264Frame.pts = currentNal.pts;
        h264Frame.dts = currentNal.dts;
      } else {
        if (currentNal.nalUnitType === 'slice_layer_without_partitioning_rbsp_idr') {
          // the current sample is a key frame
          h264Frame.keyFrame = true;
        }
        h264Frame.endNalUnit();
      }
      h264Frame.startNalUnit();
      h264Frame.writeBytes(currentNal.data);
    }
    if (h264Frame) {
      this.finishFrame(tags, h264Frame);
    }

    this.trigger('data', {track: track, tags: tags.list});

    // Continue with the flush process now
    this.trigger('done', 'VideoSegmentStream');
  };
};

VideoSegmentStream.prototype = new Stream();

/**
 * An object that incrementally transmuxes MPEG2 Trasport Stream
 * chunks into an FLV.
 */
Transmuxer = function(options) {
  var
    self = this,

    packetStream, parseStream, elementaryStream,
    videoTimestampRolloverStream, audioTimestampRolloverStream,
    timedMetadataTimestampRolloverStream,
    adtsStream, h264Stream,
    videoSegmentStream, audioSegmentStream, captionStream,
    coalesceStream;

  Transmuxer.prototype.init.call(this);

  options = options || {};

  // expose the metadata stream
  this.metadataStream = new m2ts.MetadataStream();

  options.metadataStream = this.metadataStream;

  // set up the parsing pipeline
  packetStream = new m2ts.TransportPacketStream();
  parseStream = new m2ts.TransportParseStream();
  elementaryStream = new m2ts.ElementaryStream();
  videoTimestampRolloverStream = new m2ts.TimestampRolloverStream('video');
  audioTimestampRolloverStream = new m2ts.TimestampRolloverStream('audio');
  timedMetadataTimestampRolloverStream = new m2ts.TimestampRolloverStream('timed-metadata');

  adtsStream = new AdtsStream();
  h264Stream = new H264Stream();
  coalesceStream = new CoalesceStream(options);

  // disassemble MPEG2-TS packets into elementary streams
  packetStream
    .pipe(parseStream)
    .pipe(elementaryStream);

  // !!THIS ORDER IS IMPORTANT!!
  // demux the streams
  elementaryStream
    .pipe(videoTimestampRolloverStream)
    .pipe(h264Stream);
  elementaryStream
    .pipe(audioTimestampRolloverStream)
    .pipe(adtsStream);

  elementaryStream
    .pipe(timedMetadataTimestampRolloverStream)
    .pipe(this.metadataStream)
    .pipe(coalesceStream);
  // if CEA-708 parsing is available, hook up a caption stream
  captionStream = new m2ts.CaptionStream();
  h264Stream.pipe(captionStream)
    .pipe(coalesceStream);

  // hook up the segment streams once track metadata is delivered
  elementaryStream.on('data', function(data) {
    var i, videoTrack, audioTrack;

    if (data.type === 'metadata') {
      i = data.tracks.length;

      // scan the tracks listed in the metadata
      while (i--) {
        if (data.tracks[i].type === 'video') {
          videoTrack = data.tracks[i];
        } else if (data.tracks[i].type === 'audio') {
          audioTrack = data.tracks[i];
        }
      }

      // hook up the video segment stream to the first track with h264 data
      if (videoTrack && !videoSegmentStream) {
        coalesceStream.numberOfTracks++;
        videoSegmentStream = new VideoSegmentStream(videoTrack);

        // Set up the final part of the video pipeline
        h264Stream
          .pipe(videoSegmentStream)
          .pipe(coalesceStream);
      }

      if (audioTrack && !audioSegmentStream) {
        // hook up the audio segment stream to the first track with aac data
        coalesceStream.numberOfTracks++;
        audioSegmentStream = new AudioSegmentStream(audioTrack);

        // Set up the final part of the audio pipeline
        adtsStream
          .pipe(audioSegmentStream)
          .pipe(coalesceStream);

        if (videoSegmentStream) {
          videoSegmentStream.on('keyframe', audioSegmentStream.onVideoKeyFrame);
        }
      }
    }
  });

  // feed incoming data to the front of the parsing pipeline
  this.push = function(data) {
    packetStream.push(data);
  };

  // flush any buffered data
  this.flush = function() {
    // Start at the top of the pipeline and flush all pending work
    packetStream.flush();
  };

  // Caption data has to be reset when seeking outside buffered range
  this.resetCaptions = function() {
    captionStream.reset();
  };

  // Re-emit any data coming from the coalesce stream to the outside world
  coalesceStream.on('data', function(event) {
    self.trigger('data', event);
  });

  // Let the consumer know we have finished flushing the entire pipeline
  coalesceStream.on('done', function() {
    self.trigger('done');
  });
};
Transmuxer.prototype = new Stream();

// forward compatibility
module.exports = Transmuxer;

},{"1":1,"10":10,"17":17,"2":2,"3":3,"5":5,"7":7}],9:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * Reads in-band caption information from a video elementary
 * stream. Captions must follow the CEA-708 standard for injection
 * into an MPEG-2 transport streams.
 * @see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CEA-708
 * @see https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2007-title47-vol1/pdf/CFR-2007-title47-vol1-sec15-119.pdf
 */

'use strict';

// -----------------
// Link To Transport
// -----------------

var Stream = require(17);
var cea708Parser = require(14);

var CaptionStream = function() {

  CaptionStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  this.captionPackets_ = [];

  this.ccStreams_ = [
    new Cea608Stream(0, 0), // eslint-disable-line no-use-before-define
    new Cea608Stream(0, 1), // eslint-disable-line no-use-before-define
    new Cea608Stream(1, 0), // eslint-disable-line no-use-before-define
    new Cea608Stream(1, 1) // eslint-disable-line no-use-before-define
  ];

  this.reset();

  // forward data and done events from CCs to this CaptionStream
  this.ccStreams_.forEach(function(cc) {
    cc.on('data', this.trigger.bind(this, 'data'));
    cc.on('partialdone', this.trigger.bind(this, 'partialdone'));
    cc.on('done', this.trigger.bind(this, 'done'));
  }, this);

};

CaptionStream.prototype = new Stream();
CaptionStream.prototype.push = function(event) {
  var sei, userData, newCaptionPackets;

  // only examine SEI NALs
  if (event.nalUnitType !== 'sei_rbsp') {
    return;
  }

  // parse the sei
  sei = cea708Parser.parseSei(event.escapedRBSP);

  // ignore everything but user_data_registered_itu_t_t35
  if (sei.payloadType !== cea708Parser.USER_DATA_REGISTERED_ITU_T_T35) {
    return;
  }

  // parse out the user data payload
  userData = cea708Parser.parseUserData(sei);

  // ignore unrecognized userData
  if (!userData) {
    return;
  }

  // Sometimes, the same segment # will be downloaded twice. To stop the
  // caption data from being processed twice, we track the latest dts we've
  // received and ignore everything with a dts before that. However, since
  // data for a specific dts can be split across packets on either side of
  // a segment boundary, we need to make sure we *don't* ignore the packets
  // from the *next* segment that have dts === this.latestDts_. By constantly
  // tracking the number of packets received with dts === this.latestDts_, we
  // know how many should be ignored once we start receiving duplicates.
  if (event.dts < this.latestDts_) {
    // We've started getting older data, so set the flag.
    this.ignoreNextEqualDts_ = true;
    return;
  } else if ((event.dts === this.latestDts_) && (this.ignoreNextEqualDts_)) {
    this.numSameDts_--;
    if (!this.numSameDts_) {
      // We've received the last duplicate packet, time to start processing again
      this.ignoreNextEqualDts_ = false;
    }
    return;
  }

  // parse out CC data packets and save them for later
  newCaptionPackets = cea708Parser.parseCaptionPackets(event.pts, userData);
  this.captionPackets_ = this.captionPackets_.concat(newCaptionPackets);
  if (this.latestDts_ !== event.dts) {
    this.numSameDts_ = 0;
  }
  this.numSameDts_++;
  this.latestDts_ = event.dts;
};

CaptionStream.prototype.flushCCStreams = function(flushType) {
  this.ccStreams_.forEach(function(cc) {
    return flushType === 'flush' ? cc.flush() : cc.partialFlush();
  }, this);
};

CaptionStream.prototype.flushStream = function(flushType) {
  // make sure we actually parsed captions before proceeding
  if (!this.captionPackets_.length) {
    this.flushCCStreams(flushType);
    return;
  }

  // In Chrome, the Array#sort function is not stable so add a
  // presortIndex that we can use to ensure we get a stable-sort
  this.captionPackets_.forEach(function(elem, idx) {
    elem.presortIndex = idx;
  });

  // sort caption byte-pairs based on their PTS values
  this.captionPackets_.sort(function(a, b) {
    if (a.pts === b.pts) {
      return a.presortIndex - b.presortIndex;
    }
    return a.pts - b.pts;
  });

  this.captionPackets_.forEach(function(packet) {
    if (packet.type < 2) {
      // Dispatch packet to the right Cea608Stream
      this.dispatchCea608Packet(packet);
    }
    // this is where an 'else' would go for a dispatching packets
    // to a theoretical Cea708Stream that handles SERVICEn data
  }, this);

  this.captionPackets_.length = 0;
  this.flushCCStreams(flushType);
};

CaptionStream.prototype.flush = function() {
  return this.flushStream('flush');
};

// Only called if handling partial data
CaptionStream.prototype.partialFlush = function() {
  return this.flushStream('partialFlush');
};

CaptionStream.prototype.reset = function() {
  this.latestDts_ = null;
  this.ignoreNextEqualDts_ = false;
  this.numSameDts_ = 0;
  this.activeCea608Channel_ = [null, null];
  this.ccStreams_.forEach(function(ccStream) {
    ccStream.reset();
  });
};

// From the CEA-608 spec:
/*
 * When XDS sub-packets are interleaved with other services, the end of each sub-packet shall be followed
 * by a control pair to change to a different service. When any of the control codes from 0x10 to 0x1F is
 * used to begin a control code pair, it indicates the return to captioning or Text data. The control code pair
 * and subsequent data should then be processed according to the FCC rules. It may be necessary for the
 * line 21 data encoder to automatically insert a control code pair (i.e. RCL, RU2, RU3, RU4, RDC, or RTD)
 * to switch to captioning or Text.
*/
// With that in mind, we ignore any data between an XDS control code and a
// subsequent closed-captioning control code.
CaptionStream.prototype.dispatchCea608Packet = function(packet) {
  // NOTE: packet.type is the CEA608 field
  if (this.setsTextOrXDSActive(packet)) {
    this.activeCea608Channel_[packet.type] = null;
  } else if (this.setsChannel1Active(packet)) {
    this.activeCea608Channel_[packet.type] = 0;
  } else if (this.setsChannel2Active(packet)) {
    this.activeCea608Channel_[packet.type] = 1;
  }
  if (this.activeCea608Channel_[packet.type] === null) {
    // If we haven't received anything to set the active channel, or the
    // packets are Text/XDS data, discard the data; we don't want jumbled
    // captions
    return;
  }
  this.ccStreams_[(packet.type << 1) + this.activeCea608Channel_[packet.type]].push(packet);
};

CaptionStream.prototype.setsChannel1Active = function(packet) {
  return ((packet.ccData & 0x7800) === 0x1000);
};
CaptionStream.prototype.setsChannel2Active = function(packet) {
  return ((packet.ccData & 0x7800) === 0x1800);
};
CaptionStream.prototype.setsTextOrXDSActive = function(packet) {
  return ((packet.ccData & 0x7100) === 0x0100) ||
    ((packet.ccData & 0x78fe) === 0x102a) ||
    ((packet.ccData & 0x78fe) === 0x182a);
};

// ----------------------
// Session to Application
// ----------------------

// This hash maps non-ASCII, special, and extended character codes to their
// proper Unicode equivalent. The first keys that are only a single byte
// are the non-standard ASCII characters, which simply map the CEA608 byte
// to the standard ASCII/Unicode. The two-byte keys that follow are the CEA608
// character codes, but have their MSB bitmasked with 0x03 so that a lookup
// can be performed regardless of the field and data channel on which the
// character code was received.
var CHARACTER_TRANSLATION = {
  0x2a: 0xe1,     // ГЎ
  0x5c: 0xe9,     // Г©
  0x5e: 0xed,     // Г­
  0x5f: 0xf3,     // Гі
  0x60: 0xfa,     // Гє
  0x7b: 0xe7,     // Г§
  0x7c: 0xf7,     // Г·
  0x7d: 0xd1,     // Г‘
  0x7e: 0xf1,     // Г±
  0x7f: 0x2588,   // в–€
  0x0130: 0xae,   // В®
  0x0131: 0xb0,   // В°
  0x0132: 0xbd,   // ВЅ
  0x0133: 0xbf,   // Вї
  0x0134: 0x2122, // в„ў
  0x0135: 0xa2,   // Вў
  0x0136: 0xa3,   // ВЈ
  0x0137: 0x266a, // в™Є
  0x0138: 0xe0,   // Г 
  0x0139: 0xa0,   //
  0x013a: 0xe8,   // ГЁ
  0x013b: 0xe2,   // Гў
  0x013c: 0xea,   // ГЄ
  0x013d: 0xee,   // Г®
  0x013e: 0xf4,   // Гґ
  0x013f: 0xfb,   // Г»
  0x0220: 0xc1,   // ГЃ
  0x0221: 0xc9,   // Г‰
  0x0222: 0xd3,   // Г“
  0x0223: 0xda,   // Гљ
  0x0224: 0xdc,   // Гњ
  0x0225: 0xfc,   // Гј
  0x0226: 0x2018, // ‘
  0x0227: 0xa1,   // ВЎ
  0x0228: 0x2a,   // *
  0x0229: 0x27,   // '
  0x022a: 0x2014, // —
  0x022b: 0xa9,   // В©
  0x022c: 0x2120, // в„ 
  0x022d: 0x2022, // •
  0x022e: 0x201c, // “
  0x022f: 0x201d, // ”
  0x0230: 0xc0,   // ГЂ
  0x0231: 0xc2,   // Г‚
  0x0232: 0xc7,   // Г‡
  0x0233: 0xc8,   // Г€
  0x0234: 0xca,   // ГЉ
  0x0235: 0xcb,   // Г‹
  0x0236: 0xeb,   // Г«
  0x0237: 0xce,   // ГЋ
  0x0238: 0xcf,   // ГЏ
  0x0239: 0xef,   // ГЇ
  0x023a: 0xd4,   // Г”
  0x023b: 0xd9,   // Г™
  0x023c: 0xf9,   // Г№
  0x023d: 0xdb,   // Г›
  0x023e: 0xab,   // В«
  0x023f: 0xbb,   // В»
  0x0320: 0xc3,   // Гѓ
  0x0321: 0xe3,   // ГЈ
  0x0322: 0xcd,   // ГЌ
  0x0323: 0xcc,   // ГЊ
  0x0324: 0xec,   // Г¬
  0x0325: 0xd2,   // Г’
  0x0326: 0xf2,   // ГІ
  0x0327: 0xd5,   // Г•
  0x0328: 0xf5,   // Гµ
  0x0329: 0x7b,   // {
  0x032a: 0x7d,   // }
  0x032b: 0x5c,   // \
  0x032c: 0x5e,   // ^
  0x032d: 0x5f,   // _
  0x032e: 0x7c,   // |
  0x032f: 0x7e,   // ~
  0x0330: 0xc4,   // Г„
  0x0331: 0xe4,   // Г¤
  0x0332: 0xd6,   // Г–
  0x0333: 0xf6,   // Г¶
  0x0334: 0xdf,   // Гџ
  0x0335: 0xa5,   // ВҐ
  0x0336: 0xa4,   // В¤
  0x0337: 0x2502, // в”‚
  0x0338: 0xc5,   // Г…
  0x0339: 0xe5,   // ГҐ
  0x033a: 0xd8,   // Ø
  0x033b: 0xf8,   // Гё
  0x033c: 0x250c, // в”Њ
  0x033d: 0x2510, // в”ђ
  0x033e: 0x2514, // в””
  0x033f: 0x2518  // ┘
};

var getCharFromCode = function(code) {
  if (code === null) {
    return '';
  }
  code = CHARACTER_TRANSLATION[code] || code;
  return String.fromCharCode(code);
};

// the index of the last row in a CEA-608 display buffer
var BOTTOM_ROW = 14;

// This array is used for mapping PACs -> row #, since there's no way of
// getting it through bit logic.
var ROWS = [0x1100, 0x1120, 0x1200, 0x1220, 0x1500, 0x1520, 0x1600, 0x1620,
            0x1700, 0x1720, 0x1000, 0x1300, 0x1320, 0x1400, 0x1420];

// CEA-608 captions are rendered onto a 34x15 matrix of character
// cells. The "bottom" row is the last element in the outer array.
var createDisplayBuffer = function() {
  var result = [], i = BOTTOM_ROW + 1;
  while (i--) {
    result.push('');
  }
  return result;
};

var Cea608Stream = function(field, dataChannel) {
  Cea608Stream.prototype.init.call(this);

  this.field_ = field || 0;
  this.dataChannel_ = dataChannel || 0;

  this.name_ = 'CC' + (((this.field_ << 1) | this.dataChannel_) + 1);

  this.setConstants();
  this.reset();

  this.push = function(packet) {
    var data, swap, char0, char1, text;
    // remove the parity bits
    data = packet.ccData & 0x7f7f;

    // ignore duplicate control codes; the spec demands they're sent twice
    if (data === this.lastControlCode_) {
      this.lastControlCode_ = null;
      return;
    }

    // Store control codes
    if ((data & 0xf000) === 0x1000) {
      this.lastControlCode_ = data;
    } else if (data !== this.PADDING_) {
      this.lastControlCode_ = null;
    }

    char0 = data >>> 8;
    char1 = data & 0xff;

    if (data === this.PADDING_) {
      return;

    } else if (data === this.RESUME_CAPTION_LOADING_) {
      this.mode_ = 'popOn';

    } else if (data === this.END_OF_CAPTION_) {
      // If an EOC is received while in paint-on mode, the displayed caption
      // text should be swapped to non-displayed memory as if it was a pop-on
      // caption. Because of that, we should explicitly switch back to pop-on
      // mode
      this.mode_ = 'popOn';
      this.clearFormatting(packet.pts);
      // if a caption was being displayed, it's gone now
      this.flushDisplayed(packet.pts);

      // flip memory
      swap = this.displayed_;
      this.displayed_ = this.nonDisplayed_;
      this.nonDisplayed_ = swap;

      // start measuring the time to display the caption
      this.startPts_ = packet.pts;

    } else if (data === this.ROLL_UP_2_ROWS_) {
      this.rollUpRows_ = 2;
      this.setRollUp(packet.pts);
    } else if (data === this.ROLL_UP_3_ROWS_) {
      this.rollUpRows_ = 3;
      this.setRollUp(packet.pts);
    } else if (data === this.ROLL_UP_4_ROWS_) {
      this.rollUpRows_ = 4;
      this.setRollUp(packet.pts);
    } else if (data === this.CARRIAGE_RETURN_) {
      this.clearFormatting(packet.pts);
      this.flushDisplayed(packet.pts);
      this.shiftRowsUp_();
      this.startPts_ = packet.pts;

    } else if (data === this.BACKSPACE_) {
      if (this.mode_ === 'popOn') {
        this.nonDisplayed_[this.row_] = this.nonDisplayed_[this.row_].slice(0, -1);
      } else {
        this.displayed_[this.row_] = this.displayed_[this.row_].slice(0, -1);
      }
    } else if (data === this.ERASE_DISPLAYED_MEMORY_) {
      this.flushDisplayed(packet.pts);
      this.displayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();
    } else if (data === this.ERASE_NON_DISPLAYED_MEMORY_) {
      this.nonDisplayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();

    } else if (data === this.RESUME_DIRECT_CAPTIONING_) {
      if (this.mode_ !== 'paintOn') {
        // NOTE: This should be removed when proper caption positioning is
        // implemented
        this.flushDisplayed(packet.pts);
        this.displayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();
      }
      this.mode_ = 'paintOn';
      this.startPts_ = packet.pts;

    // Append special characters to caption text
    } else if (this.isSpecialCharacter(char0, char1)) {
      // Bitmask char0 so that we can apply character transformations
      // regardless of field and data channel.
      // Then byte-shift to the left and OR with char1 so we can pass the
      // entire character code to `getCharFromCode`.
      char0 = (char0 & 0x03) << 8;
      text = getCharFromCode(char0 | char1);
      this[this.mode_](packet.pts, text);
      this.column_++;

    // Append extended characters to caption text
    } else if (this.isExtCharacter(char0, char1)) {
      // Extended characters always follow their "non-extended" equivalents.
      // IE if a "ГЁ" is desired, you'll always receive "eГЁ"; non-compliant
      // decoders are supposed to drop the "ГЁ", while compliant decoders
      // backspace the "e" and insert "ГЁ".

      // Delete the previous character
      if (this.mode_ === 'popOn') {
        this.nonDisplayed_[this.row_] = this.nonDisplayed_[this.row_].slice(0, -1);
      } else {
        this.displayed_[this.row_] = this.displayed_[this.row_].slice(0, -1);
      }

      // Bitmask char0 so that we can apply character transformations
      // regardless of field and data channel.
      // Then byte-shift to the left and OR with char1 so we can pass the
      // entire character code to `getCharFromCode`.
      char0 = (char0 & 0x03) << 8;
      text = getCharFromCode(char0 | char1);
      this[this.mode_](packet.pts, text);
      this.column_++;

    // Process mid-row codes
    } else if (this.isMidRowCode(char0, char1)) {
      // Attributes are not additive, so clear all formatting
      this.clearFormatting(packet.pts);

      // According to the standard, mid-row codes
      // should be replaced with spaces, so add one now
      this[this.mode_](packet.pts, ' ');
      this.column_++;

      if ((char1 & 0xe) === 0xe) {
        this.addFormatting(packet.pts, ['i']);
      }

      if ((char1 & 0x1) === 0x1) {
        this.addFormatting(packet.pts, ['u']);
      }

    // Detect offset control codes and adjust cursor
    } else if (this.isOffsetControlCode(char0, char1)) {
      // Cursor position is set by indent PAC (see below) in 4-column
      // increments, with an additional offset code of 1-3 to reach any
      // of the 32 columns specified by CEA-608. So all we need to do
      // here is increment the column cursor by the given offset.
      this.column_ += (char1 & 0x03);

    // Detect PACs (Preamble Address Codes)
    } else if (this.isPAC(char0, char1)) {

      // There's no logic for PAC -> row mapping, so we have to just
      // find the row code in an array and use its index :(
      var row = ROWS.indexOf(data & 0x1f20);

      // Configure the caption window if we're in roll-up mode
      if (this.mode_ === 'rollUp') {
        // This implies that the base row is incorrectly set.
        // As per the recommendation in CEA-608(Base Row Implementation), defer to the number
        // of roll-up rows set.
        if (row - this.rollUpRows_ + 1 < 0) {
          row = this.rollUpRows_ - 1;
        }

        this.setRollUp(packet.pts, row);
      }

      if (row !== this.row_) {
        // formatting is only persistent for current row
        this.clearFormatting(packet.pts);
        this.row_ = row;
      }
      // All PACs can apply underline, so detect and apply
      // (All odd-numbered second bytes set underline)
      if ((char1 & 0x1) && (this.formatting_.indexOf('u') === -1)) {
          this.addFormatting(packet.pts, ['u']);
      }

      if ((data & 0x10) === 0x10) {
        // We've got an indent level code. Each successive even number
        // increments the column cursor by 4, so we can get the desired
        // column position by bit-shifting to the right (to get n/2)
        // and multiplying by 4.
        this.column_ = ((data & 0xe) >> 1) * 4;
      }

      if (this.isColorPAC(char1)) {
        // it's a color code, though we only support white, which
        // can be either normal or italicized. white italics can be
        // either 0x4e or 0x6e depending on the row, so we just
        // bitwise-and with 0xe to see if italics should be turned on
        if ((char1 & 0xe) === 0xe) {
          this.addFormatting(packet.pts, ['i']);
        }
      }

    // We have a normal character in char0, and possibly one in char1
    } else if (this.isNormalChar(char0)) {
      if (char1 === 0x00) {
        char1 = null;
      }
      text = getCharFromCode(char0);
      text += getCharFromCode(char1);
      this[this.mode_](packet.pts, text);
      this.column_ += text.length;

    } // finish data processing

  };
};
Cea608Stream.prototype = new Stream();
// Trigger a cue point that captures the current state of the
// display buffer
Cea608Stream.prototype.flushDisplayed = function(pts) {
  var content = this.displayed_
    // remove spaces from the start and end of the string
    .map(function(row) {
      try {
        return row.trim();
      } catch (e) {
        // Ordinarily, this shouldn't happen. However, caption
        // parsing errors should not throw exceptions and
        // break playback.
        // eslint-disable-next-line no-console
        console.error('Skipping malformed caption.');
        return '';
      }
    })
    // combine all text rows to display in one cue
    .join('\n')
    // and remove blank rows from the start and end, but not the middle
    .replace(/^\n+|\n+$/g, '');

  if (content.length) {
    this.trigger('data', {
      startPts: this.startPts_,
      endPts: pts,
      text: content,
      stream: this.name_
    });
  }
};

/**
 * Zero out the data, used for startup and on seek
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.reset = function() {
  this.mode_ = 'popOn';
  // When in roll-up mode, the index of the last row that will
  // actually display captions. If a caption is shifted to a row
  // with a lower index than this, it is cleared from the display
  // buffer
  this.topRow_ = 0;
  this.startPts_ = 0;
  this.displayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();
  this.nonDisplayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();
  this.lastControlCode_ = null;

  // Track row and column for proper line-breaking and spacing
  this.column_ = 0;
  this.row_ = BOTTOM_ROW;
  this.rollUpRows_ = 2;

  // This variable holds currently-applied formatting
  this.formatting_ = [];
};

/**
 * Sets up control code and related constants for this instance
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.setConstants = function() {
  // The following attributes have these uses:
  // ext_ :    char0 for mid-row codes, and the base for extended
  //           chars (ext_+0, ext_+1, and ext_+2 are char0s for
  //           extended codes)
  // control_: char0 for control codes, except byte-shifted to the
  //           left so that we can do this.control_ | CONTROL_CODE
  // offset_:  char0 for tab offset codes
  //
  // It's also worth noting that control codes, and _only_ control codes,
  // differ between field 1 and field2. Field 2 control codes are always
  // their field 1 value plus 1. That's why there's the "| field" on the
  // control value.
  if (this.dataChannel_ === 0) {
    this.BASE_     = 0x10;
    this.EXT_      = 0x11;
    this.CONTROL_  = (0x14 | this.field_) << 8;
    this.OFFSET_   = 0x17;
  } else if (this.dataChannel_ === 1) {
    this.BASE_     = 0x18;
    this.EXT_      = 0x19;
    this.CONTROL_  = (0x1c | this.field_) << 8;
    this.OFFSET_   = 0x1f;
  }

  // Constants for the LSByte command codes recognized by Cea608Stream. This
  // list is not exhaustive. For a more comprehensive listing and semantics see
  // http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2010-title47-vol1/pdf/CFR-2010-title47-vol1-sec15-119.pdf
  // Padding
  this.PADDING_                    = 0x0000;
  // Pop-on Mode
  this.RESUME_CAPTION_LOADING_     = this.CONTROL_ | 0x20;
  this.END_OF_CAPTION_             = this.CONTROL_ | 0x2f;
  // Roll-up Mode
  this.ROLL_UP_2_ROWS_             = this.CONTROL_ | 0x25;
  this.ROLL_UP_3_ROWS_             = this.CONTROL_ | 0x26;
  this.ROLL_UP_4_ROWS_             = this.CONTROL_ | 0x27;
  this.CARRIAGE_RETURN_            = this.CONTROL_ | 0x2d;
  // paint-on mode
  this.RESUME_DIRECT_CAPTIONING_   = this.CONTROL_ | 0x29;
  // Erasure
  this.BACKSPACE_                  = this.CONTROL_ | 0x21;
  this.ERASE_DISPLAYED_MEMORY_     = this.CONTROL_ | 0x2c;
  this.ERASE_NON_DISPLAYED_MEMORY_ = this.CONTROL_ | 0x2e;
};

/**
 * Detects if the 2-byte packet data is a special character
 *
 * Special characters have a second byte in the range 0x30 to 0x3f,
 * with the first byte being 0x11 (for data channel 1) or 0x19 (for
 * data channel 2).
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char0 The first byte
 * @param  {Integer} char1 The second byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the 2 bytes are an special character
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isSpecialCharacter = function(char0, char1) {
  return (char0 === this.EXT_ && char1 >= 0x30 && char1 <= 0x3f);
};

/**
 * Detects if the 2-byte packet data is an extended character
 *
 * Extended characters have a second byte in the range 0x20 to 0x3f,
 * with the first byte being 0x12 or 0x13 (for data channel 1) or
 * 0x1a or 0x1b (for data channel 2).
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char0 The first byte
 * @param  {Integer} char1 The second byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the 2 bytes are an extended character
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isExtCharacter = function(char0, char1) {
  return ((char0 === (this.EXT_ + 1) || char0 === (this.EXT_ + 2)) &&
    (char1 >= 0x20 && char1 <= 0x3f));
};

/**
 * Detects if the 2-byte packet is a mid-row code
 *
 * Mid-row codes have a second byte in the range 0x20 to 0x2f, with
 * the first byte being 0x11 (for data channel 1) or 0x19 (for data
 * channel 2).
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char0 The first byte
 * @param  {Integer} char1 The second byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the 2 bytes are a mid-row code
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isMidRowCode = function(char0, char1) {
  return (char0 === this.EXT_ && (char1 >= 0x20 && char1 <= 0x2f));
};

/**
 * Detects if the 2-byte packet is an offset control code
 *
 * Offset control codes have a second byte in the range 0x21 to 0x23,
 * with the first byte being 0x17 (for data channel 1) or 0x1f (for
 * data channel 2).
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char0 The first byte
 * @param  {Integer} char1 The second byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the 2 bytes are an offset control code
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isOffsetControlCode = function(char0, char1) {
  return (char0 === this.OFFSET_ && (char1 >= 0x21 && char1 <= 0x23));
};

/**
 * Detects if the 2-byte packet is a Preamble Address Code
 *
 * PACs have a first byte in the range 0x10 to 0x17 (for data channel 1)
 * or 0x18 to 0x1f (for data channel 2), with the second byte in the
 * range 0x40 to 0x7f.
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char0 The first byte
 * @param  {Integer} char1 The second byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the 2 bytes are a PAC
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isPAC = function(char0, char1) {
  return (char0 >= this.BASE_ && char0 < (this.BASE_ + 8) &&
    (char1 >= 0x40 && char1 <= 0x7f));
};

/**
 * Detects if a packet's second byte is in the range of a PAC color code
 *
 * PAC color codes have the second byte be in the range 0x40 to 0x4f, or
 * 0x60 to 0x6f.
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char1 The second byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the byte is a color PAC
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isColorPAC = function(char1) {
  return ((char1 >= 0x40 && char1 <= 0x4f) || (char1 >= 0x60 && char1 <= 0x7f));
};

/**
 * Detects if a single byte is in the range of a normal character
 *
 * Normal text bytes are in the range 0x20 to 0x7f.
 *
 * @param  {Integer} char  The byte
 * @return {Boolean}       Whether the byte is a normal character
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.isNormalChar = function(char) {
  return (char >= 0x20 && char <= 0x7f);
};

/**
 * Configures roll-up
 *
 * @param  {Integer} pts         Current PTS
 * @param  {Integer} newBaseRow  Used by PACs to slide the current window to
 *                               a new position
 */
Cea608Stream.prototype.setRollUp = function(pts, newBaseRow) {
  // Reset the base row to the bottom row when switching modes
  if (this.mode_ !== 'rollUp') {
    this.row_ = BOTTOM_ROW;
    this.mode_ = 'rollUp';
    // Spec says to wipe memories when switching to roll-up
    this.flushDisplayed(pts);
    this.nonDisplayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();
    this.displayed_ = createDisplayBuffer();
  }

  if (newBaseRow !== undefined && newBaseRow !== this.row_) {
    // move currently displayed captions (up or down) to the new base row
    for (var i = 0; i < this.rollUpRows_; i++) {
      this.displayed_[newBaseRow - i] = this.displayed_[this.row_ - i];
      this.displayed_[this.row_ - i] = '';
    }
  }

  if (newBaseRow === undefined) {
    newBaseRow = this.row_;
  }

  this.topRow_ = newBaseRow - this.rollUpRows_ + 1;
};

// Adds the opening HTML tag for the passed character to the caption text,
// and keeps track of it for later closing
Cea608Stream.prototype.addFormatting = function(pts, format) {
  this.formatting_ = this.formatting_.concat(format);
  var text = format.reduce(function(text, format) {
    return text + '<' + format + '>';
  }, '');
  this[this.mode_](pts, text);
};

// Adds HTML closing tags for current formatting to caption text and
// clears remembered formatting
Cea608Stream.prototype.clearFormatting = function(pts) {
  if (!this.formatting_.length) {
    return;
  }
  var text = this.formatting_.reverse().reduce(function(text, format) {
    return text + '</' + format + '>';
  }, '');
  this.formatting_ = [];
  this[this.mode_](pts, text);
};

// Mode Implementations
Cea608Stream.prototype.popOn = function(pts, text) {
  var baseRow = this.nonDisplayed_[this.row_];

  // buffer characters
  baseRow += text;
  this.nonDisplayed_[this.row_] = baseRow;
};

Cea608Stream.prototype.rollUp = function(pts, text) {
  var baseRow = this.displayed_[this.row_];

  baseRow += text;
  this.displayed_[this.row_] = baseRow;

};

Cea608Stream.prototype.shiftRowsUp_ = function() {
  var i;
  // clear out inactive rows
  for (i = 0; i < this.topRow_; i++) {
    this.displayed_[i] = '';
  }
  for (i = this.row_ + 1; i < BOTTOM_ROW + 1; i++) {
    this.displayed_[i] = '';
  }
  // shift displayed rows up
  for (i = this.topRow_; i < this.row_; i++) {
    this.displayed_[i] = this.displayed_[i + 1];
  }
  // clear out the bottom row
  this.displayed_[this.row_] = '';
};

Cea608Stream.prototype.paintOn = function(pts, text) {
  var baseRow = this.displayed_[this.row_];

  baseRow += text;
  this.displayed_[this.row_] = baseRow;
};

// exports
module.exports = {
  CaptionStream: CaptionStream,
  Cea608Stream: Cea608Stream
};

},{"14":14,"17":17}],10:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * A stream-based mp2t to mp4 converter. This utility can be used to
 * deliver mp4s to a SourceBuffer on platforms that support native
 * Media Source Extensions.
 */
'use strict';
var Stream = require(17),
  CaptionStream = require(9),
  StreamTypes = require(12),
  TimestampRolloverStream = require(13).TimestampRolloverStream;

var m2tsStreamTypes = require(12);

// object types
var TransportPacketStream, TransportParseStream, ElementaryStream;

// constants
var
  MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH = 188, // bytes
  SYNC_BYTE = 0x47;

/**
 * Splits an incoming stream of binary data into MPEG-2 Transport
 * Stream packets.
 */
TransportPacketStream = function() {
  var
    buffer = new Uint8Array(MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH),
    bytesInBuffer = 0;

  TransportPacketStream.prototype.init.call(this);

   // Deliver new bytes to the stream.

  /**
   * Split a stream of data into M2TS packets
  **/
  this.push = function(bytes) {
    var
      startIndex = 0,
      endIndex = MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH,
      everything;

    // If there are bytes remaining from the last segment, prepend them to the
    // bytes that were pushed in
    if (bytesInBuffer) {
      everything = new Uint8Array(bytes.byteLength + bytesInBuffer);
      everything.set(buffer.subarray(0, bytesInBuffer));
      everything.set(bytes, bytesInBuffer);
      bytesInBuffer = 0;
    } else {
      everything = bytes;
    }

    // While we have enough data for a packet
    while (endIndex < everything.byteLength) {
      // Look for a pair of start and end sync bytes in the data..
      if (everything[startIndex] === SYNC_BYTE && everything[endIndex] === SYNC_BYTE) {
        // We found a packet so emit it and jump one whole packet forward in
        // the stream
        this.trigger('data', everything.subarray(startIndex, endIndex));
        startIndex += MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH;
        endIndex += MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH;
        continue;
      }
      // If we get here, we have somehow become de-synchronized and we need to step
      // forward one byte at a time until we find a pair of sync bytes that denote
      // a packet
      startIndex++;
      endIndex++;
    }

    // If there was some data left over at the end of the segment that couldn't
    // possibly be a whole packet, keep it because it might be the start of a packet
    // that continues in the next segment
    if (startIndex < everything.byteLength) {
      buffer.set(everything.subarray(startIndex), 0);
      bytesInBuffer = everything.byteLength - startIndex;
    }
  };

  /**
   * Passes identified M2TS packets to the TransportParseStream to be parsed
  **/
  this.flush = function() {
    // If the buffer contains a whole packet when we are being flushed, emit it
    // and empty the buffer. Otherwise hold onto the data because it may be
    // important for decoding the next segment
    if (bytesInBuffer === MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH && buffer[0] === SYNC_BYTE) {
      this.trigger('data', buffer);
      bytesInBuffer = 0;
    }
    this.trigger('done');
  };

  this.endTimeline = function() {
    this.flush();
    this.trigger('endedtimeline');
  };

  this.reset = function() {
    bytesInBuffer = 0;
    this.trigger('reset');
  };
};
TransportPacketStream.prototype = new Stream();

/**
 * Accepts an MP2T TransportPacketStream and emits data events with parsed
 * forms of the individual transport stream packets.
 */
TransportParseStream = function() {
  var parsePsi, parsePat, parsePmt, self;
  TransportParseStream.prototype.init.call(this);
  self = this;

  this.packetsWaitingForPmt = [];
  this.programMapTable = undefined;

  parsePsi = function(payload, psi) {
    var offset = 0;

    // PSI packets may be split into multiple sections and those
    // sections may be split into multiple packets. If a PSI
    // section starts in this packet, the payload_unit_start_indicator
    // will be true and the first byte of the payload will indicate
    // the offset from the current position to the start of the
    // section.
    if (psi.payloadUnitStartIndicator) {
      offset += payload[offset] + 1;
    }

    if (psi.type === 'pat') {
      parsePat(payload.subarray(offset), psi);
    } else {
      parsePmt(payload.subarray(offset), psi);
    }
  };

  parsePat = function(payload, pat) {
    pat.section_number = payload[7]; // eslint-disable-line camelcase
    pat.last_section_number = payload[8]; // eslint-disable-line camelcase

    // skip the PSI header and parse the first PMT entry
    self.pmtPid = (payload[10] & 0x1F) << 8 | payload[11];
    pat.pmtPid = self.pmtPid;
  };

  /**
   * Parse out the relevant fields of a Program Map Table (PMT).
   * @param payload {Uint8Array} the PMT-specific portion of an MP2T
   * packet. The first byte in this array should be the table_id
   * field.
   * @param pmt {object} the object that should be decorated with
   * fields parsed from the PMT.
   */
  parsePmt = function(payload, pmt) {
    var sectionLength, tableEnd, programInfoLength, offset;

    // PMTs can be sent ahead of the time when they should actually
    // take effect. We don't believe this should ever be the case
    // for HLS but we'll ignore "forward" PMT declarations if we see
    // them. Future PMT declarations have the current_next_indicator
    // set to zero.
    if (!(payload[5] & 0x01)) {
      return;
    }

    // overwrite any existing program map table
    self.programMapTable = {
      video: null,
      audio: null,
      'timed-metadata': {}
    };

    // the mapping table ends at the end of the current section
    sectionLength = (payload[1] & 0x0f) << 8 | payload[2];
    tableEnd = 3 + sectionLength - 4;

    // to determine where the table is, we have to figure out how
    // long the program info descriptors are
    programInfoLength = (payload[10] & 0x0f) << 8 | payload[11];

    // advance the offset to the first entry in the mapping table
    offset = 12 + programInfoLength;
    while (offset < tableEnd) {
      var streamType = payload[offset];
      var pid = (payload[offset + 1] & 0x1F) << 8 | payload[offset + 2];

      // only map a single elementary_pid for audio and video stream types
      // TODO: should this be done for metadata too? for now maintain behavior of
      //       multiple metadata streams
      if (streamType === StreamTypes.H264_STREAM_TYPE &&
          self.programMapTable.video === null) {
        self.programMapTable.video = pid;
      } else if (streamType === StreamTypes.ADTS_STREAM_TYPE &&
                 self.programMapTable.audio === null) {
        self.programMapTable.audio = pid;
      } else if (streamType === StreamTypes.METADATA_STREAM_TYPE) {
        // map pid to stream type for metadata streams
        self.programMapTable['timed-metadata'][pid] = streamType;
      }

      // move to the next table entry
      // skip past the elementary stream descriptors, if present
      offset += ((payload[offset + 3] & 0x0F) << 8 | payload[offset + 4]) + 5;
    }

    // record the map on the packet as well
    pmt.programMapTable = self.programMapTable;
  };

  /**
   * Deliver a new MP2T packet to the next stream in the pipeline.
   */
  this.push = function(packet) {
    var
      result = {},
      offset = 4;

    result.payloadUnitStartIndicator = !!(packet[1] & 0x40);

    // pid is a 13-bit field starting at the last bit of packet[1]
    result.pid = packet[1] & 0x1f;
    result.pid <<= 8;
    result.pid |= packet[2];

    // if an adaption field is present, its length is specified by the
    // fifth byte of the TS packet header. The adaptation field is
    // used to add stuffing to PES packets that don't fill a complete
    // TS packet, and to specify some forms of timing and control data
    // that we do not currently use.
    if (((packet[3] & 0x30) >>> 4) > 0x01) {
      offset += packet[offset] + 1;
    }

    // parse the rest of the packet based on the type
    if (result.pid === 0) {
      result.type = 'pat';
      parsePsi(packet.subarray(offset), result);
      this.trigger('data', result);
    } else if (result.pid === this.pmtPid) {
      result.type = 'pmt';
      parsePsi(packet.subarray(offset), result);
      this.trigger('data', result);

      // if there are any packets waiting for a PMT to be found, process them now
      while (this.packetsWaitingForPmt.length) {
        this.processPes_.apply(this, this.packetsWaitingForPmt.shift());
      }
    } else if (this.programMapTable === undefined) {
      // When we have not seen a PMT yet, defer further processing of
      // PES packets until one has been parsed
      this.packetsWaitingForPmt.push([packet, offset, result]);
    } else {
      this.processPes_(packet, offset, result);
    }
  };

  this.processPes_ = function(packet, offset, result) {
    // set the appropriate stream type
    if (result.pid === this.programMapTable.video) {
      result.streamType = StreamTypes.H264_STREAM_TYPE;
    } else if (result.pid === this.programMapTable.audio) {
      result.streamType = StreamTypes.ADTS_STREAM_TYPE;
    } else {
      // if not video or audio, it is timed-metadata or unknown
      // if unknown, streamType will be undefined
      result.streamType = this.programMapTable['timed-metadata'][result.pid];
    }

    result.type = 'pes';
    result.data = packet.subarray(offset);
    this.trigger('data', result);
  };
};
TransportParseStream.prototype = new Stream();
TransportParseStream.STREAM_TYPES  = {
  h264: 0x1b,
  adts: 0x0f
};

/**
 * Reconsistutes program elementary stream (PES) packets from parsed
 * transport stream packets. That is, if you pipe an
 * mp2t.TransportParseStream into a mp2t.ElementaryStream, the output
 * events will be events which capture the bytes for individual PES
 * packets plus relevant metadata that has been extracted from the
 * container.
 */
ElementaryStream = function() {
  var
    self = this,
    // PES packet fragments
    video = {
      data: [],
      size: 0
    },
    audio = {
      data: [],
      size: 0
    },
    timedMetadata = {
      data: [],
      size: 0
    },
    programMapTable,
    parsePes = function(payload, pes) {
      var ptsDtsFlags;

      // get the packet length, this will be 0 for video
      pes.packetLength = 6 + ((payload[4] << 8) | payload[5]);

      // find out if this packets starts a new keyframe
      pes.dataAlignmentIndicator = (payload[6] & 0x04) !== 0;
      // PES packets may be annotated with a PTS value, or a PTS value
      // and a DTS value. Determine what combination of values is
      // available to work with.
      ptsDtsFlags = payload[7];

      // PTS and DTS are normally stored as a 33-bit number.  Javascript
      // performs all bitwise operations on 32-bit integers but javascript
      // supports a much greater range (52-bits) of integer using standard
      // mathematical operations.
      // We construct a 31-bit value using bitwise operators over the 31
      // most significant bits and then multiply by 4 (equal to a left-shift
      // of 2) before we add the final 2 least significant bits of the
      // timestamp (equal to an OR.)
      if (ptsDtsFlags & 0xC0) {
        // the PTS and DTS are not written out directly. For information
        // on how they are encoded, see
        // http://dvd.sourceforge.net/dvdinfo/pes-hdr.html
        pes.pts = (payload[9] & 0x0E) << 27 |
          (payload[10] & 0xFF) << 20 |
          (payload[11] & 0xFE) << 12 |
          (payload[12] & 0xFF) <<  5 |
          (payload[13] & 0xFE) >>>  3;
        pes.pts *= 4; // Left shift by 2
        pes.pts += (payload[13] & 0x06) >>> 1; // OR by the two LSBs
        pes.dts = pes.pts;
        if (ptsDtsFlags & 0x40) {
          pes.dts = (payload[14] & 0x0E) << 27 |
            (payload[15] & 0xFF) << 20 |
            (payload[16] & 0xFE) << 12 |
            (payload[17] & 0xFF) << 5 |
            (payload[18] & 0xFE) >>> 3;
          pes.dts *= 4; // Left shift by 2
          pes.dts += (payload[18] & 0x06) >>> 1; // OR by the two LSBs
        }
      }
      // the data section starts immediately after the PES header.
      // pes_header_data_length specifies the number of header bytes
      // that follow the last byte of the field.
      pes.data = payload.subarray(9 + payload[8]);
    },
    /**
      * Pass completely parsed PES packets to the next stream in the pipeline
     **/
    flushStream = function(stream, type, forceFlush) {
      var
        packetData = new Uint8Array(stream.size),
        event = {
          type: type
        },
        i = 0,
        offset = 0,
        packetFlushable = false,
        fragment;

      // do nothing if there is not enough buffered data for a complete
      // PES header
      if (!stream.data.length || stream.size < 9) {
        return;
      }
      event.trackId = stream.data[0].pid;

      // reassemble the packet
      for (i = 0; i < stream.data.length; i++) {
        fragment = stream.data[i];

        packetData.set(fragment.data, offset);
        offset += fragment.data.byteLength;
      }

      // parse assembled packet's PES header
      parsePes(packetData, event);

      // non-video PES packets MUST have a non-zero PES_packet_length
      // check that there is enough stream data to fill the packet
      packetFlushable = type === 'video' || event.packetLength <= stream.size;

      // flush pending packets if the conditions are right
      if (forceFlush || packetFlushable) {
        stream.size = 0;
        stream.data.length = 0;
      }

      // only emit packets that are complete. this is to avoid assembling
      // incomplete PES packets due to poor segmentation
      if (packetFlushable) {
        self.trigger('data', event);
      }
    };

  ElementaryStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  /**
   * Identifies M2TS packet types and parses PES packets using metadata
   * parsed from the PMT
   **/
  this.push = function(data) {
    ({
      pat: function() {
        // we have to wait for the PMT to arrive as well before we
        // have any meaningful metadata
      },
      pes: function() {
        var stream, streamType;

        switch (data.streamType) {
        case StreamTypes.H264_STREAM_TYPE:
        case m2tsStreamTypes.H264_STREAM_TYPE:
          stream = video;
          streamType = 'video';
          break;
        case StreamTypes.ADTS_STREAM_TYPE:
          stream = audio;
          streamType = 'audio';
          break;
        case StreamTypes.METADATA_STREAM_TYPE:
          stream = timedMetadata;
          streamType = 'timed-metadata';
          break;
        default:
          // ignore unknown stream types
          return;
        }

        // if a new packet is starting, we can flush the completed
        // packet
        if (data.payloadUnitStartIndicator) {
          flushStream(stream, streamType, true);
        }

        // buffer this fragment until we are sure we've received the
        // complete payload
        stream.data.push(data);
        stream.size += data.data.byteLength;
      },
      pmt: function() {
        var
          event = {
            type: 'metadata',
            tracks: []
          };

        programMapTable = data.programMapTable;

        // translate audio and video streams to tracks
        if (programMapTable.video !== null) {
          event.tracks.push({
            timelineStartInfo: {
              baseMediaDecodeTime: 0
            },
            id: +programMapTable.video,
            codec: 'avc',
            type: 'video'
          });
        }
        if (programMapTable.audio !== null) {
          event.tracks.push({
            timelineStartInfo: {
              baseMediaDecodeTime: 0
            },
            id: +programMapTable.audio,
            codec: 'adts',
            type: 'audio'
          });
        }

        self.trigger('data', event);
      }
    })[data.type]();
  };

  this.reset = function() {
    video.size = 0;
    video.data.length = 0;
    audio.size = 0;
    audio.data.length = 0;
    this.trigger('reset');
  };

  /**
   * Flush any remaining input. Video PES packets may be of variable
   * length. Normally, the start of a new video packet can trigger the
   * finalization of the previous packet. That is not possible if no
   * more video is forthcoming, however. In that case, some other
   * mechanism (like the end of the file) has to be employed. When it is
   * clear that no additional data is forthcoming, calling this method
   * will flush the buffered packets.
   */
  this.flushStreams_ = function() {
    // !!THIS ORDER IS IMPORTANT!!
    // video first then audio
    flushStream(video, 'video');
    flushStream(audio, 'audio');
    flushStream(timedMetadata, 'timed-metadata');
  };

  this.flush = function() {
    this.flushStreams_();
    this.trigger('done');
  };
};
ElementaryStream.prototype = new Stream();

var m2ts = {
  PAT_PID: 0x0000,
  MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH: MP2T_PACKET_LENGTH,
  TransportPacketStream: TransportPacketStream,
  TransportParseStream: TransportParseStream,
  ElementaryStream: ElementaryStream,
  TimestampRolloverStream: TimestampRolloverStream,
  CaptionStream: CaptionStream.CaptionStream,
  Cea608Stream: CaptionStream.Cea608Stream,
  MetadataStream: require(11)
};

for (var type in StreamTypes) {
  if (StreamTypes.hasOwnProperty(type)) {
    m2ts[type] = StreamTypes[type];
  }
}

module.exports = m2ts;

},{"11":11,"12":12,"13":13,"17":17,"9":9}],11:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * Accepts program elementary stream (PES) data events and parses out
 * ID3 metadata from them, if present.
 * @see http://id3.org/id3v2.3.0
 */
'use strict';
var
  Stream = require(17),
  StreamTypes = require(12),
  // return a percent-encoded representation of the specified byte range
  // @see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percent-encoding
  percentEncode = function(bytes, start, end) {
    var i, result = '';
    for (i = start; i < end; i++) {
      result += '%' + ('00' + bytes[i].toString(16)).slice(-2);
    }
    return result;
  },
  // return the string representation of the specified byte range,
  // interpreted as UTf-8.
  parseUtf8 = function(bytes, start, end) {
    return decodeURIComponent(percentEncode(bytes, start, end));
  },
  // return the string representation of the specified byte range,
  // interpreted as ISO-8859-1.
  parseIso88591 = function(bytes, start, end) {
    return unescape(percentEncode(bytes, start, end)); // jshint ignore:line
  },
  parseSyncSafeInteger = function(data) {
    return (data[0] << 21) |
            (data[1] << 14) |
            (data[2] << 7) |
            (data[3]);
  },
  tagParsers = {
    TXXX: function(tag) {
      var i;
      if (tag.data[0] !== 3) {
        // ignore frames with unrecognized character encodings
        return;
      }

      for (i = 1; i < tag.data.length; i++) {
        if (tag.data[i] === 0) {
          // parse the text fields
          tag.description = parseUtf8(tag.data, 1, i);
          // do not include the null terminator in the tag value
          tag.value = parseUtf8(tag.data, i + 1, tag.data.length).replace(/\0*$/, '');
          break;
        }
      }
      tag.data = tag.value;
    },
    WXXX: function(tag) {
      var i;
      if (tag.data[0] !== 3) {
        // ignore frames with unrecognized character encodings
        return;
      }

      for (i = 1; i < tag.data.length; i++) {
        if (tag.data[i] === 0) {
          // parse the description and URL fields
          tag.description = parseUtf8(tag.data, 1, i);
          tag.url = parseUtf8(tag.data, i + 1, tag.data.length);
          break;
        }
      }
    },
    PRIV: function(tag) {
      var i;

      for (i = 0; i < tag.data.length; i++) {
        if (tag.data[i] === 0) {
          // parse the description and URL fields
          tag.owner = parseIso88591(tag.data, 0, i);
          break;
        }
      }
      tag.privateData = tag.data.subarray(i + 1);
      tag.data = tag.privateData;
    }
  },
  MetadataStream;

MetadataStream = function(options) {
  var
    settings = {
      debug: !!(options && options.debug),

      // the bytes of the program-level descriptor field in MP2T
      // see ISO/IEC 13818-1:2013 (E), section 2.6 "Program and
      // program element descriptors"
      descriptor: options && options.descriptor
    },
    // the total size in bytes of the ID3 tag being parsed
    tagSize = 0,
    // tag data that is not complete enough to be parsed
    buffer = [],
    // the total number of bytes currently in the buffer
    bufferSize = 0,
    i;

  MetadataStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  // calculate the text track in-band metadata track dispatch type
  // https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/embedded-content.html#steps-to-expose-a-media-resource-specific-text-track
  this.dispatchType = StreamTypes.METADATA_STREAM_TYPE.toString(16);
  if (settings.descriptor) {
    for (i = 0; i < settings.descriptor.length; i++) {
      this.dispatchType += ('00' + settings.descriptor[i].toString(16)).slice(-2);
    }
  }

  this.push = function(chunk) {
    var tag, frameStart, frameSize, frame, i, frameHeader;
    if (chunk.type !== 'timed-metadata') {
      return;
    }

    // if data_alignment_indicator is set in the PES header,
    // we must have the start of a new ID3 tag. Assume anything
    // remaining in the buffer was malformed and throw it out
    if (chunk.dataAlignmentIndicator) {
      bufferSize = 0;
      buffer.length = 0;
    }

    // ignore events that don't look like ID3 data
    if (buffer.length === 0 &&
        (chunk.data.length < 10 ||
          chunk.data[0] !== 'I'.charCodeAt(0) ||
          chunk.data[1] !== 'D'.charCodeAt(0) ||
          chunk.data[2] !== '3'.charCodeAt(0))) {
      if (settings.debug) {
        // eslint-disable-next-line no-console
        console.log('Skipping unrecognized metadata packet');
      }
      return;
    }

    // add this chunk to the data we've collected so far

    buffer.push(chunk);
    bufferSize += chunk.data.byteLength;

    // grab the size of the entire frame from the ID3 header
    if (buffer.length === 1) {
      // the frame size is transmitted as a 28-bit integer in the
      // last four bytes of the ID3 header.
      // The most significant bit of each byte is dropped and the
      // results concatenated to recover the actual value.
      tagSize = parseSyncSafeInteger(chunk.data.subarray(6, 10));

      // ID3 reports the tag size excluding the header but it's more
      // convenient for our comparisons to include it
      tagSize += 10;
    }

    // if the entire frame has not arrived, wait for more data
    if (bufferSize < tagSize) {
      return;
    }

    // collect the entire frame so it can be parsed
    tag = {
      data: new Uint8Array(tagSize),
      frames: [],
      pts: buffer[0].pts,
      dts: buffer[0].dts
    };
    for (i = 0; i < tagSize;) {
      tag.data.set(buffer[0].data.subarray(0, tagSize - i), i);
      i += buffer[0].data.byteLength;
      bufferSize -= buffer[0].data.byteLength;
      buffer.shift();
    }

    // find the start of the first frame and the end of the tag
    frameStart = 10;
    if (tag.data[5] & 0x40) {
      // advance the frame start past the extended header
      frameStart += 4; // header size field
      frameStart += parseSyncSafeInteger(tag.data.subarray(10, 14));

      // clip any padding off the end
      tagSize -= parseSyncSafeInteger(tag.data.subarray(16, 20));
    }

    // parse one or more ID3 frames
    // http://id3.org/id3v2.3.0#ID3v2_frame_overview
    do {
      // determine the number of bytes in this frame
      frameSize = parseSyncSafeInteger(tag.data.subarray(frameStart + 4, frameStart + 8));
      if (frameSize < 1) {
         // eslint-disable-next-line no-console
        return console.log('Malformed ID3 frame encountered. Skipping metadata parsing.');
      }
      frameHeader = String.fromCharCode(tag.data[frameStart],
                                        tag.data[frameStart + 1],
                                        tag.data[frameStart + 2],
                                        tag.data[frameStart + 3]);


      frame = {
        id: frameHeader,
        data: tag.data.subarray(frameStart + 10, frameStart + frameSize + 10)
      };
      frame.key = frame.id;
      if (tagParsers[frame.id]) {
        tagParsers[frame.id](frame);

        // handle the special PRIV frame used to indicate the start
        // time for raw AAC data
        if (frame.owner === 'com.apple.streaming.transportStreamTimestamp') {
          var
            d = frame.data,
            size = ((d[3] & 0x01)  << 30) |
                   (d[4]  << 22) |
                   (d[5] << 14) |
                   (d[6] << 6) |
                   (d[7] >>> 2);

          size *= 4;
          size += d[7] & 0x03;
          frame.timeStamp = size;
          // in raw AAC, all subsequent data will be timestamped based
          // on the value of this frame
          // we couldn't have known the appropriate pts and dts before
          // parsing this ID3 tag so set those values now
          if (tag.pts === undefined && tag.dts === undefined) {
            tag.pts = frame.timeStamp;
            tag.dts = frame.timeStamp;
          }
          this.trigger('timestamp', frame);
        }
      }
      tag.frames.push(frame);

      frameStart += 10; // advance past the frame header
      frameStart += frameSize; // advance past the frame body
    } while (frameStart < tagSize);
    this.trigger('data', tag);
  };
};
MetadataStream.prototype = new Stream();

module.exports = MetadataStream;

},{"12":12,"17":17}],12:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

module.exports = {
  H264_STREAM_TYPE: 0x1B,
  ADTS_STREAM_TYPE: 0x0F,
  METADATA_STREAM_TYPE: 0x15
};

},{}],13:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * Accepts program elementary stream (PES) data events and corrects
 * decode and presentation time stamps to account for a rollover
 * of the 33 bit value.
 */

'use strict';

var Stream = require(17);

var MAX_TS = 8589934592;

var RO_THRESH = 4294967296;

var handleRollover = function(value, reference) {
  var direction = 1;

  if (value > reference) {
    // If the current timestamp value is greater than our reference timestamp and we detect a
    // timestamp rollover, this means the roll over is happening in the opposite direction.
    // Example scenario: Enter a long stream/video just after a rollover occurred. The reference
    // point will be set to a small number, e.g. 1. The user then seeks backwards over the
    // rollover point. In loading this segment, the timestamp values will be very large,
    // e.g. 2^33 - 1. Since this comes before the data we loaded previously, we want to adjust
    // the time stamp to be `value - 2^33`.
    direction = -1;
  }

  // Note: A seek forwards or back that is greater than the RO_THRESH (2^32, ~13 hours) will
  // cause an incorrect adjustment.
  while (Math.abs(reference - value) > RO_THRESH) {
    value += (direction * MAX_TS);
  }

  return value;
};

var TimestampRolloverStream = function(type) {
  var lastDTS, referenceDTS;

  TimestampRolloverStream.prototype.init.call(this);

  this.type_ = type;

  this.push = function(data) {
    if (data.type !== this.type_) {
      return;
    }

    if (referenceDTS === undefined) {
      referenceDTS = data.dts;
    }

    data.dts = handleRollover(data.dts, referenceDTS);
    data.pts = handleRollover(data.pts, referenceDTS);

    lastDTS = data.dts;

    this.trigger('data', data);
  };

  this.flush = function() {
    referenceDTS = lastDTS;
    this.trigger('done');
  };

  this.endTimeline = function() {
    this.flush();
    this.trigger('endedtimeline');
  };

  this.discontinuity = function() {
    referenceDTS = void 0;
    lastDTS = void 0;
  };

  this.reset = function() {
    this.discontinuity();
    this.trigger('reset');
  };
};

TimestampRolloverStream.prototype = new Stream();

module.exports = {
  TimestampRolloverStream: TimestampRolloverStream,
  handleRollover: handleRollover
};

},{"17":17}],14:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * Reads in-band caption information from a video elementary
 * stream. Captions must follow the CEA-708 standard for injection
 * into an MPEG-2 transport streams.
 * @see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CEA-708
 * @see https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2007-title47-vol1/pdf/CFR-2007-title47-vol1-sec15-119.pdf
 */

'use strict';

// Supplemental enhancement information (SEI) NAL units have a
// payload type field to indicate how they are to be
// interpreted. CEAS-708 caption content is always transmitted with
// payload type 0x04.
var USER_DATA_REGISTERED_ITU_T_T35 = 4,
    RBSP_TRAILING_BITS = 128;

/**
  * Parse a supplemental enhancement information (SEI) NAL unit.
  * Stops parsing once a message of type ITU T T35 has been found.
  *
  * @param bytes {Uint8Array} the bytes of a SEI NAL unit
  * @return {object} the parsed SEI payload
  * @see Rec. ITU-T H.264, 7.3.2.3.1
  */
var parseSei = function(bytes) {
  var
    i = 0,
    result = {
      payloadType: -1,
      payloadSize: 0
    },
    payloadType = 0,
    payloadSize = 0;

  // go through the sei_rbsp parsing each each individual sei_message
  while (i < bytes.byteLength) {
    // stop once we have hit the end of the sei_rbsp
    if (bytes[i] === RBSP_TRAILING_BITS) {
      break;
    }

    // Parse payload type
    while (bytes[i] === 0xFF) {
      payloadType += 255;
      i++;
    }
    payloadType += bytes[i++];

    // Parse payload size
    while (bytes[i] === 0xFF) {
      payloadSize += 255;
      i++;
    }
    payloadSize += bytes[i++];

    // this sei_message is a 608/708 caption so save it and break
    // there can only ever be one caption message in a frame's sei
    if (!result.payload && payloadType === USER_DATA_REGISTERED_ITU_T_T35) {
      result.payloadType = payloadType;
      result.payloadSize = payloadSize;
      result.payload = bytes.subarray(i, i + payloadSize);
      break;
    }

    // skip the payload and parse the next message
    i += payloadSize;
    payloadType = 0;
    payloadSize = 0;
  }

  return result;
};

// see ANSI/SCTE 128-1 (2013), section 8.1
var parseUserData = function(sei) {
  // itu_t_t35_contry_code must be 181 (United States) for
  // captions
  if (sei.payload[0] !== 181) {
    return null;
  }

  // itu_t_t35_provider_code should be 49 (ATSC) for captions
  if (((sei.payload[1] << 8) | sei.payload[2]) !== 49) {
    return null;
  }

  // the user_identifier should be "GA94" to indicate ATSC1 data
  if (String.fromCharCode(sei.payload[3],
                          sei.payload[4],
                          sei.payload[5],
                          sei.payload[6]) !== 'GA94') {
    return null;
  }

  // finally, user_data_type_code should be 0x03 for caption data
  if (sei.payload[7] !== 0x03) {
    return null;
  }

  // return the user_data_type_structure and strip the trailing
  // marker bits
  return sei.payload.subarray(8, sei.payload.length - 1);
};

// see CEA-708-D, section 4.4
var parseCaptionPackets = function(pts, userData) {
  var results = [], i, count, offset, data;

  // if this is just filler, return immediately
  if (!(userData[0] & 0x40)) {
    return results;
  }

  // parse out the cc_data_1 and cc_data_2 fields
  count = userData[0] & 0x1f;
  for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    offset = i * 3;
    data = {
      type: userData[offset + 2] & 0x03,
      pts: pts
    };

    // capture cc data when cc_valid is 1
    if (userData[offset + 2] & 0x04) {
      data.ccData = (userData[offset + 3] << 8) | userData[offset + 4];
      results.push(data);
    }
  }
  return results;
};

var discardEmulationPreventionBytes = function(data) {
    var
      length = data.byteLength,
      emulationPreventionBytesPositions = [],
      i = 1,
      newLength, newData;

    // Find all `Emulation Prevention Bytes`
    while (i < length - 2) {
      if (data[i] === 0 && data[i + 1] === 0 && data[i + 2] === 0x03) {
        emulationPreventionBytesPositions.push(i + 2);
        i += 2;
      } else {
        i++;
      }
    }

    // If no Emulation Prevention Bytes were found just return the original
    // array
    if (emulationPreventionBytesPositions.length === 0) {
      return data;
    }

    // Create a new array to hold the NAL unit data
    newLength = length - emulationPreventionBytesPositions.length;
    newData = new Uint8Array(newLength);
    var sourceIndex = 0;

    for (i = 0; i < newLength; sourceIndex++, i++) {
      if (sourceIndex === emulationPreventionBytesPositions[0]) {
        // Skip this byte
        sourceIndex++;
        // Remove this position index
        emulationPreventionBytesPositions.shift();
      }
      newData[i] = data[sourceIndex];
    }

    return newData;
};

// exports
module.exports = {
  parseSei: parseSei,
  parseUserData: parseUserData,
  parseCaptionPackets: parseCaptionPackets,
  discardEmulationPreventionBytes: discardEmulationPreventionBytes,
  USER_DATA_REGISTERED_ITU_T_T35: USER_DATA_REGISTERED_ITU_T_T35
};

},{}],15:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
var
  ONE_SECOND_IN_TS = 90000, // 90kHz clock
  secondsToVideoTs,
  secondsToAudioTs,
  videoTsToSeconds,
  audioTsToSeconds,
  audioTsToVideoTs,
  videoTsToAudioTs,
  metadataTsToSeconds;

secondsToVideoTs = function(seconds) {
  return seconds * ONE_SECOND_IN_TS;
};

secondsToAudioTs = function(seconds, sampleRate) {
  return seconds * sampleRate;
};

videoTsToSeconds = function(timestamp) {
  return timestamp / ONE_SECOND_IN_TS;
};

audioTsToSeconds = function(timestamp, sampleRate) {
  return timestamp / sampleRate;
};

audioTsToVideoTs = function(timestamp, sampleRate) {
  return secondsToVideoTs(audioTsToSeconds(timestamp, sampleRate));
};

videoTsToAudioTs = function(timestamp, sampleRate) {
  return secondsToAudioTs(videoTsToSeconds(timestamp), sampleRate);
};

/**
 * Adjust ID3 tag or caption timing information by the timeline pts values
 * (if keepOriginalTimestamps is false) and convert to seconds
 */
metadataTsToSeconds = function(timestamp, timelineStartPts, keepOriginalTimestamps) {
  return videoTsToSeconds(keepOriginalTimestamps ? timestamp : timestamp - timelineStartPts);
};

module.exports = {
  ONE_SECOND_IN_TS: ONE_SECOND_IN_TS,
  secondsToVideoTs: secondsToVideoTs,
  secondsToAudioTs: secondsToAudioTs,
  videoTsToSeconds: videoTsToSeconds,
  audioTsToSeconds: audioTsToSeconds,
  audioTsToVideoTs: audioTsToVideoTs,
  videoTsToAudioTs: videoTsToAudioTs,
  metadataTsToSeconds: metadataTsToSeconds
};

},{}],16:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 */
'use strict';

var ExpGolomb;

/**
 * Parser for exponential Golomb codes, a variable-bitwidth number encoding
 * scheme used by h264.
 */
ExpGolomb = function(workingData) {
  var
    // the number of bytes left to examine in workingData
    workingBytesAvailable = workingData.byteLength,

    // the current word being examined
    workingWord = 0, // :uint

    // the number of bits left to examine in the current word
    workingBitsAvailable = 0; // :uint;

  // ():uint
  this.length = function() {
    return (8 * workingBytesAvailable);
  };

  // ():uint
  this.bitsAvailable = function() {
    return (8 * workingBytesAvailable) + workingBitsAvailable;
  };

  // ():void
  this.loadWord = function() {
    var
      position = workingData.byteLength - workingBytesAvailable,
      workingBytes = new Uint8Array(4),
      availableBytes = Math.min(4, workingBytesAvailable);

    if (availableBytes === 0) {
      throw new Error('no bytes available');
    }

    workingBytes.set(workingData.subarray(position,
                                          position + availableBytes));
    workingWord = new DataView(workingBytes.buffer).getUint32(0);

    // track the amount of workingData that has been processed
    workingBitsAvailable = availableBytes * 8;
    workingBytesAvailable -= availableBytes;
  };

  // (count:int):void
  this.skipBits = function(count) {
    var skipBytes; // :int
    if (workingBitsAvailable > count) {
      workingWord          <<= count;
      workingBitsAvailable -= count;
    } else {
      count -= workingBitsAvailable;
      skipBytes = Math.floor(count / 8);

      count -= (skipBytes * 8);
      workingBytesAvailable -= skipBytes;

      this.loadWord();

      workingWord <<= count;
      workingBitsAvailable -= count;
    }
  };

  // (size:int):uint
  this.readBits = function(size) {
    var
      bits = Math.min(workingBitsAvailable, size), // :uint
      valu = workingWord >>> (32 - bits); // :uint
    // if size > 31, handle error
    workingBitsAvailable -= bits;
    if (workingBitsAvailable > 0) {
      workingWord <<= bits;
    } else if (workingBytesAvailable > 0) {
      this.loadWord();
    }

    bits = size - bits;
    if (bits > 0) {
      return valu << bits | this.readBits(bits);
    }
    return valu;
  };

  // ():uint
  this.skipLeadingZeros = function() {
    var leadingZeroCount; // :uint
    for (leadingZeroCount = 0; leadingZeroCount < workingBitsAvailable; ++leadingZeroCount) {
      if ((workingWord & (0x80000000 >>> leadingZeroCount)) !== 0) {
        // the first bit of working word is 1
        workingWord <<= leadingZeroCount;
        workingBitsAvailable -= leadingZeroCount;
        return leadingZeroCount;
      }
    }

    // we exhausted workingWord and still have not found a 1
    this.loadWord();
    return leadingZeroCount + this.skipLeadingZeros();
  };

  // ():void
  this.skipUnsignedExpGolomb = function() {
    this.skipBits(1 + this.skipLeadingZeros());
  };

  // ():void
  this.skipExpGolomb = function() {
    this.skipBits(1 + this.skipLeadingZeros());
  };

  // ():uint
  this.readUnsignedExpGolomb = function() {
    var clz = this.skipLeadingZeros(); // :uint
    return this.readBits(clz + 1) - 1;
  };

  // ():int
  this.readExpGolomb = function() {
    var valu = this.readUnsignedExpGolomb(); // :int
    if (0x01 & valu) {
      // the number is odd if the low order bit is set
      return (1 + valu) >>> 1; // add 1 to make it even, and divide by 2
    }
    return -1 * (valu >>> 1); // divide by two then make it negative
  };

  // Some convenience functions
  // :Boolean
  this.readBoolean = function() {
    return this.readBits(1) === 1;
  };

  // ():int
  this.readUnsignedByte = function() {
    return this.readBits(8);
  };

  this.loadWord();
};

module.exports = ExpGolomb;

},{}],17:[function(require,module,exports){
/**
 * mux.js
 *
 * Copyright (c) Brightcove
 * Licensed Apache-2.0 https://github.com/videojs/mux.js/blob/master/LICENSE
 *
 * A lightweight readable stream implemention that handles event dispatching.
 * Objects that inherit from streams should call init in their constructors.
 */
'use strict';

var Stream = function() {
  this.init = function() {
    var listeners = {};
    /**
     * Add a listener for a specified event type.
     * @param type {string} the event name
     * @param listener {function} the callback to be invoked when an event of
     * the specified type occurs
     */
    this.on = function(type, listener) {
      if (!listeners[type]) {
        listeners[type] = [];
      }
      listeners[type] = listeners[type].concat(listener);
    };
    /**
     * Remove a listener for a specified event type.
     * @param type {string} the event name
     * @param listener {function} a function previously registered for this
     * type of event through `on`
     */
    this.off = function(type, listener) {
      var index;
      if (!listeners[type]) {
        return false;
      }
      index = listeners[type].indexOf(listener);
      listeners[type] = listeners[type].slice();
      listeners[type].splice(index, 1);
      return index > -1;
    };
    /**
     * Trigger an event of the specified type on this stream. Any additional
     * arguments to this function are passed as parameters to event listeners.
     * @param type {string} the event name
     */
    this.trigger = function(type) {
      var callbacks, i, length, args;
      callbacks = listeners[type];
      if (!callbacks) {
        return;
      }
      // Slicing the arguments on every invocation of this method
      // can add a significant amount of overhead. Avoid the
      // intermediate object creation for the common case of a
      // single callback argument
      if (arguments.length === 2) {
        length = callbacks.length;
        for (i = 0; i < length; ++i) {
          callbacks[i].call(this, arguments[1]);
        }
      } else {
        args = [];
        i = arguments.length;
        for (i = 1; i < arguments.length; ++i) {
          args.push(arguments[i]);
        }
        length = callbacks.length;
        for (i = 0; i < length; ++i) {
          callbacks[i].apply(this, args);
        }
      }
    };
    /**
     * Destroys the stream and cleans up.
     */
    this.dispose = function() {
      listeners = {};
    };
  };
};

/**
 * Forwards all `data` events on this stream to the destination stream. The
 * destination stream should provide a method `push` to receive the data
 * events as they arrive.
 * @param destination {stream} the stream that will receive all `data` events
 * @param autoFlush {boolean} if false, we will not call `flush` on the destination
 *                            when the current stream emits a 'done' event
 * @see http://nodejs.org/api/stream.html#stream_readable_pipe_destination_options
 */
Stream.prototype.pipe = function(destination) {
  this.on('data', function(data) {
    destination.push(data);
  });

  this.on('done', function(flushSource) {
    destination.flush(flushSource);
  });

  this.on('partialdone', function(flushSource) {
    destination.partialFlush(flushSource);
  });

  this.on('endedtimeline', function(flushSource) {
    destination.endTimeline(flushSource);
  });

  this.on('reset', function(flushSource) {
    destination.reset(flushSource);
  });

  return destination;
};

// Default stream functions that are expected to be overridden to perform
// actual work. These are provided by the prototype as a sort of no-op
// implementation so that we don't have to check for their existence in the
// `pipe` function above.
Stream.prototype.push = function(data) {
  this.trigger('data', data);
};

Stream.prototype.flush = function(flushSource) {
  this.trigger('done', flushSource);
};

Stream.prototype.partialFlush = function(flushSource) {
  this.trigger('partialdone', flushSource);
};

Stream.prototype.endTimeline = function(flushSource) {
  this.trigger('endedtimeline', flushSource);
};

Stream.prototype.reset = function(flushSource) {
  this.trigger('reset', flushSource);
};

module.exports = Stream;

},{}]},{},[6])(6)
});