I'am wondering why all the Huffman encoding/decoding functions are deprecated. What functions should I use instead, or will Huffman encoding/decoding no longer be supported in future releases of IPP?
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Thanks for your feedback. We are checking for a few details on this. Have you used these function in your project? and which kind of application is using these function?
I'am evaluating the Parallel Studio and I've now checked out the IPPI huffman function to decode Images e.g. JPEGs with great success. Huffman decoding is very fast! I'am using funtions like
and related functions for an ImageViewer. I'am about to purchase the Parallel Studio, but there are so many functions deprecated, I'am in doubt, what will happen in future with the IPP Image processing library...
We are also using these functions. And all functions used in ipp optimized version of libjpeg 6b.
Now i wanted to evaluate using IPP Huffman Encoding/Decoding functions in different area of our software and i noticed that the functions are all deprecated.
Why are you deprecating these functions? Are you going to replace them with better ones?
My company is an existing IPP customer.
There were feedback survey in webpage for a while and it should still open for collection.
Anyway, in order to make the transition easy, IPP 9.0 will provide one legacy libraries which include the ippJP, ippvc, ippsc etc functionality. I will update you if it is ready in registration center.
After checking "Appendix C: Removed Functions for Image and Video Processing" at:
And the feedback for deprecated functions at:
Some functions that are listed as not deprecated on the feedback page are listed as removed on the removed functions page.
For example the following functions belonging to ippj.h:
The feedback page seems to relate to Ipp 7, maybe that is why.
The feedback page does not display correctly on firefox (v 40.0), the field to enter a function name with auto complete is not showing. Microsoft explorer (v 9) does show the field as well due to security.
Edit: Fixed links.