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IPP DLLs and commercial product

Roman_T_
New Contributor I
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Hi all,

Our company has a project in video surveillance.

I tried to boost it via IPP and the results are good.

The next version of our system will contain IPP DLLs.

My question is:

 

What is standard approach to place IPP DLLs: in folder with application executable or in some system folder?

Actually this question is for Intel engineers.

 

Best regards,

Roman Tarasov

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Steven_L_Intel1
Employee
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The best is to put them in the same folder as the EXE.

Roman_T_
New Contributor I
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Hmm...Intel Parallel Studio XE costs at least 699USD.

And the only way to deploy the result - just to copy DLLs?

No merge modules? No extention for MS Visual Stuidio?

 

Best regards,

Roman

Steven_L_Intel1
Employee
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Roman,

The Intel compilers do provide merge modules for their run-time DLLs. The performance libraries, last I checked, did not, but typically you have only one DLL to deal with. I don't know what you are looking for regarding "extension for MS Visual Studio". 

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