Number of buffers which can stay allocated even after the ComputeDisparityMap command is finished. This will provide an increase in performance, as the necessary buffer doesn’t have to be newly allocated each time the command is called. As a rule this value should match the number of parallel executed ComputeDisparityMap commands. If no free static buffer is available, the command will allocate a new buffer and free it after its execution.
This setting is for normal matching on the CPU. There is an equivalent setting for CUDA.
An integer specifying how many static buffers can be used by the ComputeDisparityMap command.