OpenCL related stories

Sony announces new line of media applications using OpenCL

Sony Creative Software announced its new line of production applications, Catalyst Browse and Catalyst Prepare. Both applications are built on a set of technology components which provide a powerful, consistent experience, including OpenCL GPU accelerated video engine for smooth playback and fast rendering; Precise color engine featuring ultra wide color gamut and large dynamic range capabilities for previewing and adjusting S-Log, S-Log2, S-Log-3, RAW, and Rec.709 source footage and Precise and comprehensive format support for all the Sony Professional cameras including the new PXW-FS7.

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Metaio CV Engine 6 uses OpenVX and OpenCL

Metaio CV Engine 6 uses OpenVX and OpenCL API standards for efficient computer vision acceleration.

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Corel releases AfterShot Pro 2.1 with improved OpenCL 2.0 support

Corel's Photo Editing group has released a new update to AfterShot Pro 2. Enhanced User Experience with thumbnail improvements, increased OpenCL 2.0 performance, and many other performance enhancements.

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GPU Acceleration for the Web – State of the Union with Neil Trevett

Neil Trevett on initiatives that are unlocking the power of the GPU for web applications including WebGL and WebCL. Talk was at The Graphical Web 2014 conference at The University of Winchester as organised by The Office for National Statistics.

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C framework for OpenCL cf4ocl 2.0 beta has been released

The C Framework for OpenCL, cf4ocl, is a cross-platform pure C99 object-oriented framework for developing and benchmarking OpenCL projects in C/C++. Cf4ocl underwent a complete rewrite, and now offers a cross-platform object-oriented framework for developing and benchmarking OpenCL projects in C and C++. Cf4ocl promotes the rapid development of OpenCL host programs, assisting in the benchmarking of OpenCL events, such as kernel execution and data transfers. The framework also provides utilities to simplify the analysis of the OpenCL environment and of kernel requirements.

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Release of OpenCLIPP 2.0: an OpenCL library for computer vision and image processing

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Version 2.0 of OpenCLIPP, an Open Source OpenCL library for computer vision and image processing primitives, was released this week with new features. For more information about the library, programming contributions and fr downloads, please check our website.

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ARM Extends OpenCL to the ARM Cortex-A Processor Family

ARM announced OpenCL for ARM NEON technology. This enables the use of the OpenCL framework on ARM Cortex-A processors. Alongside the already supported ARM Mali GPUs, OpenCL for NEON now enables heterogeneous multiprocessing on any Cortex-A based device. Heterogeneous multiprocessing enables compute-intensive workloads to be tasked to the most appropriate CPU or GPU resource improving both end-user experience and battery life.

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Microsoft announces OpenGL and OpenCL support is coming to their server and cloud offerings

The Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform Team have announced that enhanced application compatibility for OpenCL and OpenGL on their remote desktop is in the works.

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AMD releases Catalyst OpenCL 2.0 Graphics Driver Version 14.41

AMD has released the Catalyst OpenCL 2.0 version 14.41 graphics driver, adding support for OpenCL 2.0 Core features. This release is compatible with Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Red Hat Enterprise 6.5 (64-bit version) and Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit version).

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Luxoft codec utilizes OpenCL to improve video codec speed for 4K and UltraHD

Luxoft announced the creation of its Professional VP9 Codec Software Development Kit (SDK). Luxoft’s codec is designed to help video content providers, cloud servers, and live-streaming companies produce effective, real-time 4K/UltraHD encoding and video streaming. As a result of utilizing the OpenCL standard, the SDK also offers a significant time-to-market advantage for todays hardware architectures such including CPUs, GPUs, and heterogeneous computing systems. VP9 4K SDK is ready for beta evaluation.

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