[vorbis-dev] Status of thread-safeness of libvorbis?
bosr at natlab.research.philips.com
Fri Feb 7 00:09:03 PST 2003
I have spent quite some hours in the archives of this mailinglist and read a
few threads mainly by Jeff Squyres and Monty about making oggenc
multithreaded. Those threads all are dated around January 2001, quite a time
For my work experience period I have to implement a parallel (threaded) ogg
encoder (If this is possible, of course.) If it can be done, the code will
be given back to the community.
I have already done some profiling on oggenc and found out that >98% of the
cpu time is spent in the call tree under vorbis_analysis (in encode.c). This
point was also mentioned at that time.
Now my question is: how is the current state of thread-safeness of
vorbis_analysis? Has anyone else had succes or failures in creating a
threaded ogg encoder?
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