The Intel® Media Software Development Kit (Media SDK) Tutorials show you how to use the Intel Media SDK by walking you step-by-step through use case examples from simple to increasingly more complex usages.
The Tutorials are divided into few parts (sections):
|1.||Introduces the Media SDK session concept via a very simple sample.|
|2-4.||Illustrates how to utilize the three core SDK components: Encode, Decode and VPP (video pre/post processing).|
|5.||Showcases transcode workloads, utilizing the components described in earlier sections.|
|6.||Showcases more advanced and compound usages of the SDK.|
For simplicity and uniformity the Tutorials focus on the H.264 (AVC) video codec. Other codecs are supported by Intel® Media SDK and can be utilized in a similar way.
Additional information on the tutorials can be found at https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/media-sdk-tutorial-tutorial-samples-index. The Media SDK is available in Intel® Media Server Studio for datacenter and embedded usages.
Download the Media SDK tutorial in the following available formats:
Quick installation instructions:
- For Linux setup MFX_HOME environment variable:
- For Windows setup INTELMEDIASDKROOT and build with Microsoft* VS2012.
Previous versions of the Tutorials package:
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