Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP)

Library for OpenCL* Getting Started Guide

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) Library for OpenCL* is a set of functions developed in the Khronos* OpenCL* language. The library offers memory management APIs as well as a set of media filters optimized for Intel® hardware.

This document guides you through key steps to start using the Intel IPP Library for OpenCL. For detailed descriptions of the library functions, refer to the Intel IPP Library for OpenCL Reference Manual.

Contents

Legal Information

Finding Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL* on Your System

Building Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL* Applications

Additional Resources

Finding Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL* on Your System

By default, the <install_dir> for the Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL* is C:/Program Files (x86)/Intel/IPP Preview 2013 August (on certain systems, instead of Program Files (x86), the directory name is Program Files).

The table below describes the Intel IPP Library for OpenCL installation directory structure:

Directory Contents
Documentation/en_US/ipp/

Intel IPP Library for OpenCL documentation

ipp/examples/

Intel IPP Library for OpenCL example files

ipp/opencl/

Header and source files for the library functions

Building Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL* Applications

To use the Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL* in your application, do the following:

  1. Include the clpp.cl file into your OpenCL program
  2. Add -I <install_dir>/ipp/opencl/ to the build options supplied to clBuildProgram. For more information, refer to 5.6.4 Compiler Options in the OpenCL 1.2 specification.

Additional Resources

To get the most of the Intel® IPP Library for OpenCL*, explore the following additional resources:

  1. Reference is a complete, detailed reference manual for all functions, structures, and macros provided by Intel IPP Library for OpenCL. It is available for download from http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-ipp-opencl-preview-feature-documentation.

  2. Examples includes a sample program that performs median filtering with Intel IPP Library for OpenCL. This program is located in the ipp_ocl_examples.zip archive at the ipp/examples/ subdirectory. The archive also includes the ipp_ocl_examples.html documentation file at the documentation subdirectory.

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