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    • Yaowu Xu's avatar
      Move computation up to frame level · ee5d7999
      Yaowu Xu authored
      This is to avoid redo the same calculation repeatly, and also allow
      easier adjustments for further experiments.
      This commit shall have no effect on quality/compression.
      Change-Id: I4460acf5c808ff5518da18d21e002c5da58af857
    • hkuang's avatar
      Remove unnecessary border extension when frame size change. · bf3cb250
      hkuang authored
      This border extension is not needed with on-demond border extension.
      Change-Id: I8501b37f5f756dc7e874cef4c1cfdbfa9a16112a
    • James Zern's avatar
      vp9_thread: prefer pthread.h if available · d167a1ae
      James Zern authored
      this avoids conflicts with recent versions of mingw-w64 (tested g++
      4.8.2) and the unit tests
      Change-Id: Ic41ea31eebe0e3e712ed5e657f37d8cad6712088
    • Adrian Grange's avatar
    • Jingning Han's avatar
    • Adrian Grange's avatar
      Auto-adaptive encoder frame resizing logic · 23ebacdb
      Adrian Grange authored
      Note: This feature is still in development.
      Add an option for the encoder to decide the resolution
      at which to encode each frame.
      Each KF/GF/ARF goup is tested to see if it would be
      better encoded at a lower resolution. At present, each
      KF/GF/ARF is coded first at full-size and if the coded
      size exceeds a threshold (twice target data rate) at
      the maximum active Q then the entire group is encoded
      at lower resolution.
      This feature is enabled in vpxenc by setting:
      In addition, if the vpxenc command line also specifies
      valid frame dimensions using:
        --resize-width=XXXX & --resize_height=YYYY
      then *all* frames will be encoded at this resolution.
      Change-Id: I13f341e0a82512f9e84e144e0f3b5aed8a65402b