Microsoft Windows* 8.x

Media SDK Tutorials for Client and Server

The Media Software Development Kit (Media SDK) Tutorials show you how to use theMedia 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):

  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Windows*
  • C/C++
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
  • Intel® Media Server Studio Essentials Edition
  • Intel® Media Server Studio Professional Edition
  • Intel® INDE
  • Media Client Solutions
  • Media SDK for Windows*
  • Intel INDE
  • Intel INDE media client
  • Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience. Intel INDE
  • Passing allocateable array to a FORTRAN DLL

    I hope you would not mind my ignorance. I am having a hard time trying to figure out how I can pass an allocatable array from a subroutine to a FORTRAN DLL, or if I am doing anything wrong. The source below does work and the values inside the allocateable array is passed to FORTRAN DLL, but it may seem that it may be overwriting something else? Below is the sample code which we are using currently:

    Fortran Console application using fortran Static Library

    I am getting Runtime error (Severe<157> : Program Exception – access violation) in Fortran Console application using FORTRAN static library. I have tired commenting out Write statements but it gives error to next Write statement .

    I have Parallel Studio XE2013 and Visual Studio 2010 installed on my laptop.


    When I had all source files ( from which static library .lib file was created ) compiled within same project it runs fine without any issues.


    Is there anything special I need to define/declare in console application file (console.f90)?

    Noncommercial offering

    @Steve Lionel (Intel)


    Last week I tried to download Intel Parallel studio for c++ (Linux) but I failed due to the fact that Intel was not giving student version of the software out side USA student. But today I am able to register and download the same. I want to get the facts clear. Has Intel reviewed the noncommercial C++ offering recently. If yes from when??  Can any one provide me the information. Thanks to Intel and you.

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