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DMIP image creation warning

Goran_N
Beginner
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When I create a DMIP image with these parameters:
DMIP::Image * tmpImage = new DMIP::Image(ipp8u, ippC1, roi);
Where roi = {width=8505 height=32 }

I get this in the trace:
Image 003F85E8 is being created with not good for DMIP buffer.

Can you tell me what does this mean, and why do I get this message.
Thanks.
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Oliver
Beginner
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Mee too, I always get this message each time I create an Image. (ipp8u, ippC1 ippC3 or ippC4).
Would we gain performance if we provide DMIP images in the right encoding ? How ?
Regards,
Oliver

Igor_B_Intel1
Employee
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Quoting - Oliver

Mee too, I always get this message each time I create an Image. (ipp8u, ippC1 ippC3 or ippC4).
Would we gain performance if we provide DMIP images in the right encoding ? How ?
Regards,
Oliver


Hi,
This is means that image buffer pointer or step value does'n aligned to 32 bytes boundary. Nothing critial.

Igor.
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