I am using Media Server Studio 2016. I am trying to configure different parameters for sample_vpp which came along with the SDK.
We have installed MCU Version 3.2 with hardware accelerated and installed MSS, we have also configured kamailio and configured SIP connectivity
After you add the necessary certificates to your Intel XDK account, use the Projects tab Build Settings to select an Android keystore certificate, iOS P12 file certificate, or Windows Publisher ID for this project so the Intel® XDK build system can digitally sign your app. The Build tab provides a visual dashboard for each selected build platform, such as whether your certificate is selected...
Provides information about using and searching the Intel® XDK docs and searching for Intel XDK content in articles efficiently on desktop or mobile devices.
Use the Intel® XDK Projects tab to select launch icons and splash screens you want to include as part of your app package when the Intel XDK builds your app. If you are new to mobile app development, be aware that the splash screen and icon images are only those installed as part of your app.
Links to recent webinars that explain key features of the Intel® XDK, such as webinars that explain using Cordova* plugins, debugging Cordova plugins, AJAX requests, web services, using local storage, and the App Designer layout editor. Also links to several popular Intel XDK videos.
Installing the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) USB Driver on a Windows Computer from Intel® XDK Documentation
If you are using Microsoft* Windows* and are having trouble getting your Android* USB debug connection to work, you may need to install the Android Debug Bridge USB driver on your Windows machine a
This page describes a feature included as part of the current release of the Intel® XDK The Publish tab provides a central place where you specify app store publishing information needed before you can publish your final app to app stores. You only need to enter store publishing information in the Publish tab once, and the Intel XDK submits that information to the app stores after you log...
i have trouble interpreting the coordinates x, y from a PXCPointF32 Format. What does it mean? It ranges from.. 10^-18 to somewhat ..10^+38.