Commit 06fc0f83 authored by Yunqing Wang's avatar Yunqing Wang

Populate q_index in multi-thread encoding

This value needs to be copied to each thread's data structure.
This fixed artifact problem in multi-thread encoder.

Change-Id: Iab6d9745a1d44846aa503184705376f63a505597
parent 34d7c8b3
......@@ -343,6 +343,9 @@ static void setup_mbby_copy(MACROBLOCK *mbdst, MACROBLOCK *mbsrc)
z->block[i].zbin = x->block[i].zbin;
z->block[i].zrun_zbin_boost = x->block[i].zrun_zbin_boost;
z->block[i].round = x->block[i].round;
z->q_index = x->q_index;
z->act_zbin_adj = x->act_zbin_adj;
z->last_act_zbin_adj = x->last_act_zbin_adj;
/*
z->block[i].src = x->block[i].src;
*/
......
......@@ -609,6 +609,9 @@ void vp8cx_mb_init_quantizer(VP8_COMP *cpi, MACROBLOCK *x, int ok_to_skip)
/* This initialization should be called at least once. Use ok_to_skip to
* decide if it is ok to skip.
* Before encoding a frame, this function is always called with ok_to_skip
* =0, which means no skiping of calculations. The "last" values are
* initialized at that time.
*/
if (!ok_to_skip || QIndex != x->q_index)
{
......
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