[FFmpeg-devel] Intel IPP H264 encoder
Fri Dec 4 11:57:06 CET 2009
Robert Swain <robert.swain at gmail.com> writes:
> On Thu, 2009-12-03 at 18:48 -0800, Jason Garrett-Glaser wrote:
>> > Now, I suppose I could run everything through some carefully crafted
>> > scripts, making a couple of metrics and distributions on residues, packet
>> > sizes, processor loads, cache usage and everything you can throw in there.
>> Or you could, you know, post a screenshot or two and give your
>> encoding commandlines. But this is apparently too hard for you.
>> > No worries, I wont bother anyone with the results, or the code, since
>> > obviously it has been developed on crack, with no idea whats going on,
>> > resting in a legal swamp.
>> > Have a nice day all
>> Thanks. Don't let the door hit you on the way out.
> Yey! Another miscommunication or breakdown of communication, due to lack
> of humility and/or willingness to explain what someone from outside the
> 'community' may not know, leads to another contributor being driven
I think we'll do just fine without his "contributions".
> All that was needed was "Could you please provide information about the
> sample used, the settings used to encode the sample with each encoder
> and any other useful information? e.g. x264 defaults with no b-frames
> and IPP with this option and that option."
That's exactly what Jason did, and he replied with a snort.
> But instead there's rudeness, which gets met with defensiveness to
> rudeness and it snowballs from there...
Look back at the thread. The last few messages aside, Erik was the
mans at mansr.com
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