[FFmpeg-user] feature request: able to link against libjpeg

Daniel Martinez Ramos daniel.martinez at sacnet.es
Mon Nov 19 16:34:41 CET 2012

El 11/10/2012 0:34, Roger Pack escribió:
>> That is a very disturbing sentence, given that the idea
>> behind the whole FFmpeg project is to have the fastest
>> decoders available.
>> Could you post some performance tests?
> Test, as in comparing FFmpeg to libjpeg-turbo, or libjpeg-turbo to
> libjpeg [2]?  I suppose if I integrated it I could compare it (has
> libjpeg ever been integrated do you know?)...I suppose my goal was not
> to disturb, but allow FFmpeg to be faster, if it's not already, than
> libjpeg-turbo.
> If libjpeg-turbo *is* faster than FFmpeg, one option might be to
> incorporate it straight in (it has a BSD style license now apparently
> [1]), though apparently it doesn't support all aspects of jpeg v8 or
> something like that [3]
> Thanks!
> -roger-
> [1] http://sourceforge.net/p/libjpeg-turbo/discussion/1086868/thread/a2806781
> [2] http://www.libjpeg-turbo.org/About/Performance
> [3] http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=459F80C4-D942-4F10-8C7B-ABBB642B8072%40users.sourceforge.net&forum_name=libjpeg-turbo-users
> and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libjpeg#libjpeg-turbo
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Hi everybody,

I'm pretty interested in this idea, adding libjpeg-turbo support could 
result into a nice improvement of ffmpeg, specially attractive in 
embedded devices.

Is any piece of news about this point?


Daniel M.

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