OpenCL* and Microsoft DirectX* Video Acceleration Surface Sharing
Features / Description
The samples demonstrates how to use Microsoft DirectX* Video Acceleration (DXVA) and Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications together for efficient post processing and fast rendering. It relies on DXVA for hardware-accelerated rendering, while Intel OpenCL implementation is used for post processing.
Specifically the sample demonstrates how to:
- Create a shared DXVA* surface so it can be effectively shared with OpenCL*
- Use OpenCL* to perform post processing on the surface before rendering to the screen with DXVA.
- Supported Devices Intel® HD Graphics 4000/2500
- Complexity level: Intermediate
Refer to the Release Note document for information on system requirements.
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Related Technical Articles
- OpenCL* and Microsoft DirectX* Video Acceleration Surface Sharing [PDF]
- OpenCL* Samples Getting Started
- OpenCL* Optimization Guide
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