Package: ffmpeg / 7:4.3.1-5
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|020200712~799fc4d.patch | (download)||
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x86/yuv2rgb: fix crashes when storing data on unaligned buffers Regression since fc6a5883d6af8cae0e96af84dda0ad74b360a084 on SSSE3 enabled CPUs.
|0001 avcodec arm sbcenc avoid callee preserved vfp regist.patch | (download)||
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[patch v2] avcodec/arm/sbcenc: avoid callee preserved vfp registers When compiling FFmpeg with GCC-9, some very random segfaults were observed in code which had previously called down into the SBC encoder NEON assembly routines. This was caused by these functions clobbering some of the vfp callee saved registers (d8 - d15 aka q4 - q7). GCC was using these registers to save local variables, but after these functions returned, they would contain garbage. Fix by reallocating the registers in the two affected functions in the following way: ff_sbc_analyze_4_neon: q2-q5 => q8-q11, then q1-q4 => q8-q11 ff_sbc_analyze_8_neon: q2-q9 => q8-q15 The reason for using these replacements is to keep closely related sets of registers consecutively numbered which hopefully makes the code more easy to follow. Since this commit only reallocates registers, it should have no performance impact. Signed-off-by: James Cowgill <email@example.com>