[FFmpeg-user] Using latest NDK and ffmpeg version results in very slow video processing on android
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Tue Feb 2 20:02:51 CET 2016
Srikanth Kommineni <srikanth0569 <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > > NDK using the guarding project for android, the result is
> > > now a 15 seconds video consistently takes about 1 minute
> > > 30 seconds to process.
> > How can I reproduce this?
> > [...]
> > > *The following is my original build script *
> > Unfortunately, build scripts are not supported here:
> > Please test with sane configure commands, if
> > possible identical ones
> Testing with same configure commands stills results in
> slower processing speeds.
Please provide the used configure command.
> Does that mean the latest just takes more time to process ?
You will have to answer above question:
How can I reproduce the regression?
FFmpeg of course should never get slower, only faster.
In the past, some so-called "cleanups" made FFmpeg
slower for no gain, but this was by a much smaller
amount than what you reported.
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