Intel® IPP 8.2 Update 2 packages are now ready for download. Intel® IPP is available as part of Intel® Parallel Studio XE, Intel® System Studio, Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE), Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience 2015 Build Edition for OS X*
What's New in Intel® IPP 8.2 Update 2
What's New in Intel® IPP 8.2 Update 1
What's New in Intel® IPP 8.2
For the detailed list of new functions refer to NewFunctionsList.txt available in the documentation directory.
For this release, the domains are still available for installation, see below for details. Further details on the deprecation plans for these domains will be provided at http://software.intel.com/sites/products/ipp-deprecated-features-feedback/ when appropriate.
Hi, thanks for checking.
Some these domains are less used functionality. They are deprecated, so it could have better optimizations, smaller downloads for the focused domains for users. For the audio and video codec, it a new product, Intel Media SDK, which also use the GPU optimization, Intel IPP low-level primitives does not optimization for the latest processors. So users are suggested to the move to that product. Feel free to let us know if you have any feedback on this.
our last IPP library in use has version 7.0.2. I saw in the description of version 8.2 that audio and video decoding are not supported anymore. I guess we have to use the Intel Media SDK in the future. Is this right?
I am familiar with Windows XP, 7 as operating system, but we plan to port our software to Linux. At the moment I am not sure what kind of impact this means for our coming Linux image. Under Windows the IPP or SDK can be part of the executable itself. How does it run under Linux? Am I forced to install the IPP or the Intel Media SDK as part of the Linux OS?
Is there a separate download for multi-threaded static libraries available for Intel IPP 8.2 (Update 2) - for a Linux system ? If not, is the older download compatible with 8.2? I am using the deprecated multi-threaded functions to perform Morphological Operations but I am unable to run them on multiple threads hence, the need for these libraries.
The latest release is IPP 8.2 update 1. Update 2 is not ready yet... Yes, threaded libraries is available by custom installation.
Could you check the following article on this:
btw, users are encouraged to the external threading(threading at the high level) because of the performance and other benefits. Is there reason for you keep to use the internal threading of Intel IPP functions?
I have a reason to keep using your parallel versions, I can't get any performance by using OpenMP on the high level with IPP:
Could you please keep publishing them?
Moreover, in this release it seems that using the Separable Filters for Gaussian Blurring is faster than the Gaussian Blur itself.
I was surprised since in the Gaussian case you can use the fast the kernel is symmetric.
Thanks for the feedback. The threading library is now taken as the options for the installation. You comment is very helpful for us to evaluate their usage for the users.