[speex-dev] SmartPhone ARM
bjoern_rasmussen at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 18 14:19:36 PST 2003
If money isn't a problem Intel has an optimized compiler for eVC and XScale
If you have any luck getting the eVC compiler closer to realtime I'd really
like to know. I'm still far from realtime when using Speex 1.1.3 on a HP
iPAQ (Intel pxa255).
Bjoern D. Rasmussen
<p>>From: "Greg Cockroft" <greg at agog.com>
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>Subject: [speex-dev] SmartPhone ARM
>Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 14:14:19 -0500
>Target is Spv & Nokia phones ARM and also ipaq ARM.
>With the generic fixed point at complexity 0 I am still about 1.6x realtime
>The MS eVC compiler does not support inline assembler, only separate
>Does anyone have a feeling on whether a 2x speedup is possible if I hand
>tune a few functions?
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