[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH]opencl: compile kernels separately

Lenny Wang lenny at multicorewareinc.com
Tue Oct 29 21:24:32 CET 2013

Attached new patch has been cleaned up and modified based on previous
reviewer's comments.  Any comments or questions please just let me

On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 4:19 AM, Thilo Borgmann <thilo.borgmann at mail.de> wrote:
> Am 29.10.13 07:59, schrieb Lenny Wang:
>> Currently opencl kernels in ffmpeg are compiled altogether at
>> initialization stage, most of related data structures are maintained within
>> the opencl framework of ffmpeg.  This is very cumbersome to use and is not
>> efficient.  This patch uses distributed opencl programs/kernels for each
>> filter (or potentially any other component that uses opencl), allowing
>> kernels to be compiled separately at each component's initialization stage.
>> Tests have been conducted successfully on mainstream Nvidia/AMD/Intel
>> platforms with "-vf deshake=opencl=1,unsharp=opencl=1".
> Your patch contains trailing whitespaces, a lot of unnecessary and unrelated
> changes. Please clean it up and resubmit it.
> -Thilo
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