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Michael Zucchi

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Monday, 24 October 2011, 22:41

OpenCL DCT Denoise

I've just checked in an OpenCL implementation of the DCT de-noising algorithm I mentioned previously. I've only done the mono version so far.

It's not terribly fast - 10ms wall-clock for a 512x512 mono image, and given that it requires 64 DCT's per 8x8 block and needs to accumulate the results, it probably never will be.

The kernel source.Update: Colour version implemented now.

Tagged hacking, opencl, socles.
GC, finalisers | Its beaten me. For now.
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