[theora] alghorithm of working encoder in libtheora
Felipe Portavales Goldstein
portavales at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 10:29:51 PDT 2011
You may also want to look at a decoder implementation in VHDL for FPGA:
The encoder shares some modules with the decoder, so you may like to look at it.
On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 10:24 AM, Benjamin M. Schwartz
<bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> On 03/18/2011 12:53 PM, digital design wrote:
> > I see this diagrams last week. But... Now i create hardware implementation
> > of theora encoder. I take encoder from lib as reference. But for me it is
> > dificult to understand funtional algorithm by this source. I sequentely
> > implement step by step all logic of this coder.
> This sounds like a great project. Maybe it would be helpful for you to
> look at the existing Verilog/FPGA implementation of a Theora encoder:
> This encoder from Elphel only implements a very small subset of Theora
> (for example, it does not use motion vectors), so it is not very useful.
> You may be able to save some time by reusing some of its code while
> producing a more advanced encoder.
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Felipe Portavales Goldstein <portavales at gmail>
MS Student - IC-UNICAMP
Computer Systems Laboratory
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