[FFmpeg-devel] GSoC 2018

Pedro Arthur bygrandao at gmail.com
Fri Jan 26 19:15:38 EET 2018

2018-01-26 14:26 GMT-02:00 Rostislav Pehlivanov <atomnuker at gmail.com>:

> I think actually writing and reading papers for the filter is pointless -
> RAVU already exists in shader form, its well known in the community and
> we'll essentially get it for free once the Vulkan backend is complete.
> What the task should be would be to make a CPU-only version of the shaders.
 I didn't know about these filters, I did a quick search and found a github
repo "mvp-prefilters" but there isn't any documentation explaining the
internals of it.
Can you point me some resources where I can find for example which models
are they using, motivation and maybe some benchmark with other models?
My initial idea was that the student would evaluate a few SR models, make a
balance based on quality/performance and pick the best fit.
If it's already done there is only the porting task, but I guess maybe
there is newer and unevaluated models or we could improve something.

Also the qualification task you just put in is already done - there's
> already a filter to convolve 2 images.
Should I revert the wiki? or you have an idea for a qualification task?

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