AMD updates TrueAudio Next to version 1.2

Posted on Thursday, May 10 2018 @ 21:41 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AMD uploaded TrueAudio Next version 1.2 to GitHub, this is the latest version of AMD's open-source GPU-accelerated audio pipeline. This release has various new features and promises notable performance enhancements.
"The TAN GPU utilities library now supports AMD Resource Reservation, in which a configurable part of the GPU may be reserved for audio processing apart from the normal GPU compute resources. As explained in earlier blogs, Resource Reservation protects audio and graphics queues and compute resources from blocking each other, allowing them to coexist on the GPU as never before possible. Developers can now call a function to query a system's TAN support and available resources, as well.

Finally, a number of new samples are added to exemplify and streamline the process of building audio applications using TAN:

  • Accelerated mixing. Mixing on the GPU with TAN can minimize buffer transfer overhead.
  • 10-band EQ.
  • IIR (Infinite Impulse Response) filter.
  • Time domain convolution and doppler sample.
  • Via: TPU

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