I want to use Intel IPP with pjsip to provide support for G.729 audio codec. I'm working on OS K 10.8.5. I found a tutorial here but I think it is outdated because the link in step 2 is broken. And the IPP sample has no readme.htm file what so ever. The steps are quite complex, so I have no idea if those steps would still work for the current version of Intel IPP (8.0).
I am a newbie to IPP. I would thank if you answer my questions and if I am wrong guide me through the process.
1. Is here the right place to ask IPP programming questions?
2. I need to install IPP on my ubuntu 12.x machine. Could anyone give me instruction how to accomplish that?
3.Let's take a look at this function presented by IPP tutorial:
This tutorial shows how to set up an Android* OS application using Intel® IPP. This library provides a wide variety of functions so that you can focus on developing your application, not processor-specific details. They are a common interface to implementations tuned for Intel processors, including Intel® Atom™, Core™, and Xeon™, though they can be used on any processor supporting Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (Intel® SSE2) or newer instruction sets. The goal of this tutorial is to walk through setting up a
The Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) library provides a wide variety of vectorized signal and image processing functions. Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) adds simple but powerful abstractions for expressing parallelism in C++ programs. This article presents a starting point for using these tools together to combine the benefits of vectorization and threading to resize images.
Intel® IPP provides several functions to compute the forward and reverse fast Fourier transform algorithm for real or complex data. While there are 1D and 2D versions in the library, this article will focus on 1D.