[theora-dev] libtheora 1.0 beta3 supports multithread encoder?
zhangzs at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 14:39:22 PDT 2007
one other fix you guys might want to put in before 1.0 is the ASM
optimization on Win32. i would suggest change the inline asm to intel
intrinsics if possible. thats the recommended way of doing asm code
nowadays. and it should be supported by both gcc and vc++?
On 11/1/07, Ralph Giles <giles at xiph.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 09:44:10AM +0000, Luis Gonzalez wrote:
> > I see in the libtheora 1.0 beta3 changelog that included new
> libtheoradec and libtheoraenc libraries supporting the new API from
> theora-exp , that it means that have multithread encoder?
> No, this is just a packaging issue. We want to transition to separate
> encoder and decoder libraries and the new api.
> We haven't merged the multithreaded encoder yet. I'd planned to do that
> after 1.0.
> More generally, Monty has been trying to improve the rate control a bit.
> We'll probably hold 1.0 for that project. Beta3 is waiting on emulating
> the theora-exp encoder api in the mainline encoder. So the current todo/
> roadmap looks something like:
> 1.0beta3 (end of next week) :
> * support theora-exp encoder api in libtheoraenc
> 1.0beta4 (hopefully by the end of November)
> * improved rate control
> * fix known png2theora bug
> 1.0 release (two weeks after beta4, hopefully with no changes)
> 1.1 (whenever)
> * merge multithreaded encoder/decoder
> * post-VP3 mode support in the encoder.
> * rgb in/out
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