1. 19 Apr, 2013 6 commits
    • Jim Bankoski's avatar
      set up a new speed 1 · b6ef0823
      Jim Bankoski authored
      slightly worse results for faster encodes
      
      Change-Id: I25ea82a18ce20635dbcd328808c1d05ac1f58fd7
      b6ef0823
    • Paul Wilkins's avatar
    • Paul Wilkins's avatar
      Adjustments to key frame sizing. · 21ff7bdc
      Paul Wilkins authored
      Adjustments take heavier account of the frame near a kf
      in deciding boost and limit the total number that can contribute.
      Also adjusted the minq calculations such that in most cases we
      generate a smaller key frame.
      Modified the code that accounts for how static the sequence is and
      added some adjustment based on image size. This is still very
      crude but smaller images tend to behave better with a larger
      delta between KF Q and other frames than larger image formats.
      Changes give sizable gains in overall PSNR  on all the test sets but the
      biggest gains (~3%) were on the std-hd set.
      The gains were smaller for SSIM but still significant.
      Average PSNR results are mixed because this metric can very easily
      be altered by having a very good / lossless coding of one or two frames.
      Some of the YT and YT-HD clips in particular have blank lead ins and
      allowing lossless coding of these appears to make a big difference to
      average PSNR but it reality does not help much at all.
      
      Change-Id: I6bfe485a1d330b47c783832f1717c95c535464ec
      21ff7bdc
    • John Koleszar's avatar
      Merge changes I320e160e,Iddd99733 into experimental · e714b366
      John Koleszar authored
      * changes:
        Removing rounding from UV MV calculation
        make buid_inter_predictors block size agnostic (luma)
      e714b366
    • John Koleszar's avatar
      Removing rounding from UV MV calculation · 2987fa1d
      John Koleszar authored
      Consider the previous behavior for the MV 1 3/8 (11/8 pel). In the
      existing code, the fractional part of the MV is considered separately,
      and rounded is applied, giving a result of 6/8. Rounding is not required
      in this case, as we're increasing the precision from a q3 to a q4, and
      the correct value 11/16 can be represented exactly.
      
      Slight gain observed (+.033 average on derf)
      
      Change-Id: I320e160e8b12f1dd66aa0ce7966b5088870fe9f8
      2987fa1d
    • John Koleszar's avatar
      make buid_inter_predictors block size agnostic (luma) · 4924934d
      John Koleszar authored
      This commit converts the luma versions of vp9_build_inter_predictors_sb
      to use a common function. Update the convolution functions to support
      block sizes larger than 16x16, and add a foreach_predicted_block walker.
      
      Next step will be to calculate the UV motion vector and implement SBUV,
      then fold in vp9_build_inter16x16_predictors_mb and SPLITMV.
      
      At the 16x16, 32x32, and 64x64 levels implemented in this commit, each
      plane is predicted with only a single call to vp9_build_inter_predictor.
      This is not yet called for SPLITMV. If the notion of SPLITMV/I8X8/I4X4
      goes away, then the prediction block walker can go away, since we'll
      always predict the whole bsize in a single step. Implemented using a
      block walker at this stage for SPLITMV, as a 4x4 "prediction block size"
      within the BLOCK_SIZE_MB16X16 macroblock. It would also support other
      rectangular sizes too, if the blocks smaller than 16x16 remain
      implemented as a SPLITMV-like thing. Just using 4x4 for now.
      
      There's also a potential to combine with the foreach_transformed_block
      walker if the logic for calculating the size of the subsampled
      transform is made more straightforward, perhaps as a consequence of
      supporing smaller macroblocks than 16x16. Will watch what happens there.
      
      Change-Id: Iddd9973398542216601b630c628b9b7fdee33fe2
      4924934d
  2. 18 Apr, 2013 18 commits
  3. 17 Apr, 2013 16 commits