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Old Today, 14:04   #1001  |  Link
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Originally Posted by LigH View Post
Just chatted a bit in IRC ... gnafu believes that CONFIG_LOWBITDEPTH=1 is a) still necessary to be set at compile time, b) in general useful, because it enables an optimized code path for 8 bit precision only, but does not alter the behaviour of higher bit depths.

I hope he is right.
I tested with CONFIG_LOWBITDEPTH=1 and it's faster. But it was disable because something...

Turn off CONFIG_LOWBITDEPTH by default

CodecWG agreed to have this off for default "C" model.
AV1 win64 builds with VS2017: here
I also open source the build scripts at Github: here

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