I'm looking at some very old code that uses the Intel JPEG Library (IJL). I'm trying to determine what it will take to update the library to the latest.
Online, I found some information that said that the IJL has been moved into the Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP). I found other information saying that it had been moved to the Intel Media SDK. So my first question is which is right, or should I be looking at something else?
I download both the IPP and the Media SDK and can't find any code that looks similar to the code that I see being called in the code the code that I am examining. Am I looking in the right place?
Does anyone know how much of a rewrite this is going to be? Is it just a matter of compiling with the new code? Or is the API completely redesigned? Presumably, Intel has created some documentation on how to do this conversion. Anyone know where I can find it?
Intel JPEG library is not part of IPP.
Our hardware codec still supports JPEG baseline through Media SDK. You could refer the below links for Media SDK codecs:
If you need any further assistance, please let us know.
Thanks for the response.
Are there major changes, or can the existing code be used unmodified? Has Intel released any documentation to assist their customers with any necessary software changes?
Since Intel JPEG Library is an old product and we are not officially supporting the Library anymore.
We suggest you to change your code using Media SDK API or oneVPL Library for providing further assistance
Please refer the below links:
If you have any issues while following the github links, please post the issue in the below link: