This white paper proposes an implementation for the Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) Gaussian blur filter using Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) instructions. For a 2048x2048 image size, the AVX implementation is ~2X faster than the SSE code.
Internet portal sites use the thumbnail image throughout their services. In this paper, we will show the performance benefit of thumbnail creation library "libNthumb", which uses the SIMD nstruction set through use of the Intel® IPP library.
SONAR* is Cakewalk's technology-leading digital audio workstation and runs natively on Intel® Core™ platforms. SONAR's processing of audio buffers for mixing and DSP as well as various data and bit depth conversions was updated to use Intel® AVX.
Intel® Media SDK is a great way to reduce the time & effort it takes to create media applications. This article describes the process of decoding MP4 files using Intel Media SDK with code examples from the open source application Media Player Classic.
The Intel® Media Software Development Kit (SDK) can be used to encode, transcode, decode video content. This paper leverages the Intel® Media SDK and the Intel® IPP samples to describe how to use a de-multiplexer to handle decoding MP4/AVC streams.
Intel® Media SDK version 2.0 equips developers with a standard API to create high-performance video solutions for consumer and professional uses. Intel Media SDK 2.0 provides easy access to hardware-accelerated video processing with software fallback.
The Intel® Media Software Development Kit 2.0 (Intel® Media SDK 2.0) supports multiple graphics platforms by providing a single, unified solution for handling video encoding, preprocessing, decoding, and transcoding. See this solution brief for details.
The introduction of the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor includes Intel® Advanced Vector Extension (Intel® AVX). Intel AVX is a new 256-bit instruction set extension to Intel® SSE. This article describes a simple methodology to utilize Intel AVX.
This white paper describes a novel algorithm for sound propagation and rendering in virtual environments and media applications using geometric propagation techniques for fast computation of propagation paths.
This article presents a method that can be used to perform muxing of encoded media generated by Intel® Media SDK. It details how to use the audio/video codec components of Intel® IPP samples to create a muxing solution.