[meta-freescale] OpenCV OCL module Support on IMX6q
fikret.alim at gmail.com
Fri Nov 29 04:25:25 PST 2013
Thank you for your answer. The header is installed inside sysroot folder.
Actually, our purpose here is to use the GPU for some image/video
processing tasks. We have tested OpenCV on IMX.6q, but for some algorithms,
GPU usage will increase the performance. But, unfortunately, I couldn't
find easy way to use the GPU. That's why I asked for OCL module.
Can I find some image processing examples created with OpenCL for IMX6? I
searched from the web, but I couldn't find anything except hello world
On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Sébastien Taylor <me at staylor.ca> wrote:
> It is not supported no, as you mentioned it would require full profile and
> even then generally requires a pretty beefy GPU as well. Is the header
> installed into the sysroot or just part of the sources? You should be able
> to compile the OpenCL support as I’m not aware of host side differences
> between FP/EP but at run-time the kernels will fail to run and possibly
> fail to compile as well.
> On Nov 28, 2013, at 6:56 AM, Fikret Alim <fikret.alim at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does IMX6Q support OCL module of OpenCV for GPU programming? I have found
> ocl header insider opencv2/nonfree/ocl.hpp, but the ocl.hpp here includes
> opencv2/ocl/ocl.hpp which does not exist. There is no OCL folder inside
> opencv2 folder.
> Is it supported? If yes, do I need to download from anywhere?
> In the link below, it is mentioned that OpenCL version should be larger
> than 1.1 with FULL PROFILE in order to use OCL module. As far as I know,
> IMX6Q supports OpenCL 1.1 with Embedded Profile. It should not be supported
> according to the documentation, but I am confused for seeing ocl.hpp under
> nonfree folder.
> OpenCL Module Introduction — OpenCV 18.104.22.168 documentation<http://docs.opencv.org/modules/ocl/doc/introduction.html>
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