I start to learn how to use the Intel® Media Software Development Kit (Media SDK) (http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/media/) in order to take advantage of Intel® HD Graphics.
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Digital video places unusually high demands on both computer platforms and software applications. The latest product releases from Sonic Solutions are optimized to deliver enhanced video experiences for consumers. See article for details.
The version 1.5 release of the Intel® Media Software Development Kit (SDK) equips developers with a standard API for creating video solutions that target consumer and professional uses. This is the V1.5 Media SDK Product Brief.
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.
In this article we will discuss how to use the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) library to convert some common type of color formats like RGB, RGBA, BGR and BGRA into those that can be recognized by the Intel® Media SDK.