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Old 11th April 2018, 20:02   #1  |  Link
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HEVC Test Model Version 16 and WPP implementation

Hi,

Looking inside the code of the HM Test Model I didn't see any wavefront parallelization code (WPP). Is that correct ? The WaveFrontSynchro what exactly does ?

If so, is there any free WPP algorithm to implement insde HM Test Model ?

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Hi,

Looking inside the code of the HM Test Model I didn't see any wavefront parallelization code (WPP). Is that correct ? The WaveFrontSynchro what exactly does ?

If so, is there any free WPP algorithm to implement insde HM Test Model ?

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I will re-phrase the question. HM Test is surely does not implement any parellelization code.

The main question is : Does implement the WPP algorithm ?
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Wavefront's been in HM since version 4.1, way before HEVC was standardized.
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