Obviously you can use generic aoTuV 5.7 compile from http://www.rarewares.org/ogg-oggenc.phpYou can also test aoTuV 5.7 P4 compile vs. P3 vs. generic... Usually ICC compile is faster than generic (MSVC) not only on Intel but on AMD processors too (usually but not always).
My my. Swap CentaurHauls for AuthenticAMD, and Nano's performance magically jumps about 10 percent. Swap for GenuineIntel, and memory performance goes up no less than 47.4 percent. This is not a test error or random occurrence; I benchmarked each CPUID multiple times across multiple reboots on completely clean Windows XP installations. The gains themselves are not confined to a small group of tests within the memory subsystem evaluation, but stretch across the entire series of read/write tests. Only the memory latency results remain unchanged between the two CPUIDs.
Orc: Complete conversion to Orc and removal of liboil dependency.Added a lot of orc code to make things faster. A lot faster.
we’ve switched over to using Orc instead of liboil for signal processing code. Dirac is a very configurable format, and normally would require thousands of lines of assembly code — Orc generates this at runtime from simple rules. (Hey, it was easier to write Orc than write all that assembly!)