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Decoding overflow / failure in latest IPP JPEG code with attached image

johnt
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Hi there,

The latest IPP JPEG code loads the following image incorrectly when using 1/8th size (JD_1_8):
http://www.jrmediacenter.com/DevZone/CustomApps/Temporary/Heroes_1b468487.jpg

The black area at the bottom of the image gets blown out to white (overflow?).

Please note that we're using IPP in a widely used, commercially shipping product, and this is the first image we've seen this on.

Thanks,
-John
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johnt
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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Hi there,

The latest IPP JPEG code loads the following image incorrectly when using 1/8th size (JD_1_8):
http://www.jrmediacenter.com/DevZone/CustomApps/Temporary/Heroes_1b468487.jpg

The black area at the bottom of the image gets blown out to white (overflow?).

Please note that we're using IPP in a widely used, commercially shipping product, and this is the first image we've seen this on.

Thanks,
-John

Hi John,

What version of IPP do you use and what JPEG codec (is that from JPEGView sample or UIC codecs?)

Regards,
Vladimir
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johnt
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Hi John,

What version of IPP do you use and what JPEG codec (is that from JPEGView sample or UIC codecs?)

Regards,
Vladimir


Hi Vladimir,

We were using IPP 5.3 (with some custom patches we worked out together to fix existing bugs).

Because of this problem,we updated to IPP 6.0.1:
w_ipp_ia32_p_6.0.1.070.exe
w_ipp-samples_p_6.0.0.127.zip

The JPEG code is from JPEGView.

Updating to 6.0.1 did not change the problem in any way.

Thanks,
John
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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Thanks for info, we were able to reproduce the issue. Please stay tuned, we will do our best to provide you fix.

Regards,
Vladimir
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johnt
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Thanks for info, we were able to reproduce the issue. Please stay tuned, we will do our best to provide you fix.

Regards,
Vladimir

Thanks Vladimir. We'll stand by for a fix.

John
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Sergey_Ryadno
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hiJohn.
Try to change in jpegdec.cpp definition ofDCT_QUANT_INV8x8To1x1LS macro from
#define DCT_QUANT_INV8x8To1x1LS(pMCUBuf, dst, qtbl)
{
int val = (Ipp8u)(((pMCUBuf[0] * qtbl[0]) >> 3) + 128);
dst[0] = (Ipp8u)(val > 255 ? 255 : (val < 0 ? 0 : val));
}

to this

#define DCT_QUANT_INV8x8To1x1LS(pMCUBuf, dst, qtbl)
{
int val = (((pMCUBuf[0] * qtbl[0]) >> 3) + 128);
dst[0] = (Ipp8u)(val > 255 ? 255 : (val < 0 ? 0 : val));
}
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johnt
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Quoting - sryadno
hiJohn.
Try to change in jpegdec.cpp definition ofDCT_QUANT_INV8x8To1x1LS macro from
#define DCT_QUANT_INV8x8To1x1LS(pMCUBuf, dst, qtbl)
{
int val = (Ipp8u)(((pMCUBuf[0] * qtbl[0]) >> 3) + 128);
dst[0] = (Ipp8u)(val > 255 ? 255 : (val < 0 ? 0 : val));
}

to this

#define DCT_QUANT_INV8x8To1x1LS(pMCUBuf, dst, qtbl)
{
int val = (((pMCUBuf[0] * qtbl[0]) >> 3) + 128);
dst[0] = (Ipp8u)(val > 255 ? 255 : (val < 0 ? 0 : val));
}

Thank you very much. That does the trick.

Cheers,
John
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