Intel Media SDK Tutorial - simple_5_transcode_d3d

This Intel® Media SDK tutorial sample is essentially the same as the "simple_5_transcode" sample except for that it uses D3D surfaces instead of system memory surfaces.

Like the "simple_2_decode" tutorial sample this sample supports both Microsoft DirectX* 9 and DirectX* 11. For more details on this topic please refer to "simple_2_decode" sample description.

The use of GPU memory surfaces leads to improved performance. Since we have analyzed very similar workloads in earlier tutorial sections, we are not providing an Intel® GPA analysis for this use case. In essence the behavior of this workload is the same as for "simple_5_transcode_opaque" (when executed on a processor that supports HW acceleration).

This tutorial sample is found in the tutorial samples package under the name "simple_5_transcode_d3d". The code is extensively documented with inline comments detailing each step required to setup and execute the use case.

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