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<jamrial> BBB: is vvc sad for 8bit correct? fate doesn't exercise it
<jamrial> and the same c function is used for all bitdepths
<jamrial> the checkasm is limited to 10bit
<sdc> hi jamrial, the passed values are always 16bit ints even if the video bit depth is 8bit
<jamrial> i see
<sdc> I mentioned it in the commit msg of the other patch but I probably should add it to the checkasm commit / leave a comment as well
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<cone-023> ffmpeg llyyr master:d1b96c380826: avformat/mov: avoid seeking back to 0 on HEVC open GOP files
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<frankplow> mkver: WDYM by "prefer loop-based iterators"?
<mkver> Use loop scope for iterators
<mkver> for (unsigned i = 0;
<frankplow> Ah, I see
<frankplow> Is it okay to shadow i in such a case?
<mkver> IMO yes.
<mkver> I always use loop-scope when I have to touch the line containing the for anyway, even if it leads to shadowing (of course, it sometimes also allows to remove the outer "int i" altogether).
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<frankplow> Makes sense
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<Lynne> courmisch: I figured, but how did they get even less memory bandwidth than a 908?
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<courmisch> Lynne: and single thread scalar perf worse than VF2, which is the current FATE hardware
<courmisch> although 8 threads would be faster than 4... if there is enough RAM for 8 clangs or gccs in 4 GiB
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<Lynne> a 908 has a single core, this has 8, if the bandwidth is 1/8th of that with all CPUs running, oof