Commit fec4ec4e authored by Dmitry Kovalev's avatar Dmitry Kovalev
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Removing unused functions.

Removed functions:

Change-Id: Iec458df180caf6f8eac3605773841a4121dd3a8f
parent 5d86f388
......@@ -421,32 +421,6 @@ static void model_rd_for_sb(VP9_COMP *cpi, BLOCK_SIZE_TYPE bsize,
*out_dist_sum = dist_sum << 4;
static void model_rd_for_sb_y(VP9_COMP *cpi, BLOCK_SIZE_TYPE bsize,
int *out_rate_sum, int64_t *out_dist_sum) {
// Note our transform coeffs are 8 times an orthogonal transform.
// Hence quantizer step is also 8 times. To get effective quantizer
// we need to divide by 8 before sending to modeling function.
struct macroblock_plane *const p = &x->plane[0];
struct macroblockd_plane *const pd = &xd->plane[0];
// TODO(dkovalev) the same code in get_plane_block_size
const int bwl = plane_block_width_log2by4(bsize, pd);
const int bhl = plane_block_height_log2by4(bsize, pd);
const BLOCK_SIZE_TYPE bs = get_block_size(bwl, bhl);
unsigned int sse;
int rate;
int64_t dist;
(void) cpi->fn_ptr[bs].vf(p->src.buf, p->src.stride,
pd->dst.buf, pd->dst.stride, &sse);
// sse works better than var, since there is no dc prediction used
model_rd_from_var_lapndz(sse, 16 << (bwl + bhl),
pd->dequant[1] >> 3, &rate, &dist);
*out_rate_sum = rate;
*out_dist_sum = dist << 4;
static void model_rd_for_sb_y_tx(VP9_COMP *cpi, BLOCK_SIZE_TYPE bsize,
TX_SIZE tx_size,
......@@ -715,17 +689,6 @@ static int rdcost_uv(VP9_COMMON *const cm, MACROBLOCK *x,
return cost;
static int block_error_sby(MACROBLOCK *x, BLOCK_SIZE_TYPE bsize,
int shift, int64_t *sse) {
struct macroblockd_plane *p = &x->e_mbd.plane[0];
const int bwl = plane_block_width_log2by4(bsize, p);
const int bhl = plane_block_height_log2by4(bsize, p);
int64_t e = vp9_block_error(x->plane[0].coeff, x->e_mbd.plane[0].dqcoeff,
16 << (bwl + bhl), sse) >> shift;
*sse >>= shift;
return e;
static int64_t block_error_sbuv(MACROBLOCK *x, BLOCK_SIZE_TYPE bsize,
int shift, int64_t *sse) {
int64_t sum = 0, this_sse;
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