[FFmpeg-devel] 回复： Add ARM64 NEON optimization for HEVC decoder about Fate test
Reimar.Doeffinger at gmx.de
Wed May 11 21:09:22 CEST 2016
On 11.05.2016, at 14:03, Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at> wrote:
> 章军海 <243186085 <at> qq.com> writes:
>> I wonder how you all test FATE on arm or arm64 hardware.
> To actually test fate on small devices like mobile phones,
> you have to use the configure option --target-exec and
> point it to ssh, you need a running ssh daemon on your
> device, this means a jailbroken iPhone or an Android with
> ssh installed (root not necessary).
> Additionally, you need shared directories, ie either
> ssh-fs or samba or another network file system. The file
> system always makes trouble (or at least is very, very
> slow), so this should not be the first thing you try.
> In your specific case, it is much simpler to copy the
> offending h264 file from fate and the ffmpeg executable
> to the device and test transcoding on the device.
Well, if it's only about this specific issue, running it under qemu-user on the local desktop is even easier.
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