[theora-dev] optimization for OLPC
jochang at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 06:41:46 PST 2007
I downloaded 1.0alpha7 and theora-exp.
It seems theora-exp decodes faster on large resolutions.
But I found the output of the two decoders do not always match:
$ ./libtheora-1.0alpha7.orig/examples/dump_video pixel_aspect_ratio.ogg > aa
$ ./theora-exp/examples/dump_video pixel_aspect_ratio.ogg > bb
$ cmp aa bb
aa bb differ: char 2129025, line 25
Is it a bug or expected?
[The file pixel_aspect_ratio.ogg is from
http://www.v2v.cc/~j/theora_testsuite/ :) ]
AFAIK the FPGA on OLPC is only temporarily before some ASIC is done.
OLPC has a camera on it, do you think it's possible to use Theora on
320x240 at 15fps for real-time encoding/decoding?
On 2/20/07, j at v2v.cc <j at v2v.cc> wrote:
> right now nobody is working on specific optimization for OLPC;
> since it is a i386 cpu the mmx / mmxext code in theora-trunk,
> but also the one in theora-exp for decoding should work.
> not sure if there are other places for optimization, possibly
> the FPGA board of the OLPC. again, nobody working on that
> right now.
> On Feb 19, 2007, at 20:40:52, Chih-Chung Chang wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I heard that Theora will be used on OLPC.
> > Is anyone working on optimization for OLPC?
> > Regards,
> > Chih-Chung Chang
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