By Cristiano Ferreira and Joseph Wells
Unity* is making native x86 app support easy with its latest 4.6 release. Square Enix quickly saw the benefits of supporting native x86 on Android, with their Hitman GO* release developers achieved a 31.2% faster game load time to gameplay simply by enabling Unity native x86 support 1.
Media for Mobile Getting Started Guide for Windows* platforms
Media for Mobile, a feature of Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel INDE) is a set of easy to use components and API for a wide range of media scenarios. It contains several complete pipelines for most popular use cases and enables you to add your own components to those pipelines.
The samples demonstrate how to incorporate the Media for Mobile into various applications for Windows* platforms.
This article is a tutorial on how to use Intel® System Studio to build and debug C/C++ applications running on Intel® Edison. Intel® C++ Compiler and GNU Debugger are the components from Intel® System Studio. With this tutorial, you will know how to use Intel® C++ compiler to build the application from Eclipse or from the command line. You will also know how to use GNU* Debugger for the remote debugging from Eclipse. Intel® System Studio supports cross build from both Windows host and Linux host. This article will use Windows as the major host system for the demonstration.