[Theora-dev] patch to build theora-mmx on AMD64
dlenski at gmail.com
Thu May 4 09:10:22 PDT 2006
I'm glad to have made a very small contribution, since I love using
Theora! I am interested in doing more optimization. I was planning
to do a profiling build and try and vectorize a few more routines in
order to improve encoding speed... perhaps I'll try to get a 128-bit
SSE2 vectorized version working as well.
So yeah, if I could get SVN access that would be great.
On 5/4/06, Michael Smith <msmith at xiph.org> wrote:
> On 5/4/06, Dan Lenski <dlenski at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for explaining that. Fortunately there's a pretty easy fix: we
> > can load 64-bit immediates into general purpose registers on x86_64,
> > so I'm just going to clobber %rax and use it to transfer immediates
> > into the %mm regs.
> Though I was able to help out a bit with an explanation, I can neither
> program in assembly, nor (since I don't have one) can I test x86-64 -
> so I'm glad it was enough information for you to fix things up!
> It's excellent to see some forward progress on this code once again.
> Are you interested in doing ongoing work with theora (more
> optimisations, or other)? If you are, we should set you up with an SVN
> I've committed your patch.
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