VP9 libvpx Encoding [pts/vpxenc]

This is a standard video encoding performance test of Google's libvpx library and the vpxenc command for the VP9/WebM format.

This utility test was uploaded by Phoronix Test Suite.

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Revision History

pts/vpxenc-2.1.1 [17 Jun 2018 11:20:20 EDT]
- Limit the thread count to 64, if above 64, vpxenc complains of CPU thread count being too high.

pts/vpxenc-2.1.0 [17 Jun 2018 10:58:27 EDT]
- Update build script, switch to new source file.

pts/vpxenc-2.0.0 [06 Feb 2018 11:39:48 EST]
- Update against libvpx 1.7.0, use new source video, various parameter updates, etc. Big rework overall.

pts/vpxenc-1.4.0 [13 Jan 2017 09:03:13 EST]
- Build fixes

pts/vpxenc-1.3.0 [04 Jan 2017 11:15:09 EST]
- Update against upstream vpxenc 1.6 upstream plus GCC6 compatibility fix reported by Victor

pts/vpxenc-1.2.0 [20 Apr 2015 12:11:22 EDT]
- Update against libvpx 1.3.0

pts/vpxenc-1.1.0 [03 Oct 2012 22:43:04 EDT]
- Update against upstream VP8 libvpx 1.1.0 release.

pts/vpxenc-1.0.0 [08 Dec 2011 09:15:46 EST]
- First commit of a vpxenc - Google libvpx VP8 video encoding test.

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User Comments

no neon on ARM systems

Currently the default vpxenc install on ARMv7 will use generic-gnu and not the armv7-linux-gcc which offers x2 more fps.

Post by gajdipajti on 25 September 2013, 04.44.

input file is unsupported

The test is attempting to encode a .mov file but that is not valid input for vpxenc. It is treating it as raw yuv input. Try watching the output to verify this.

vpxenc needs a yuv or y4m file as input.

Post by johann on 31 May 2018, 16.16.

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