Writing efficient code for video applications involves knowing not only the right programming methods but which APIs can be used to help you get even more performance from that application. Join Intel’s Ryan Tabrah and Petter Larsson in an in-depth tutorial including a unique code walk-through on how to use the hardware acceleration capabilities of the FREE Intel Media SDK and the FREE Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications to help you get even more performance out of video applications by using both the CPU and Intel® HD Graphics of 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ processors to increase the processing speed. Sign up for this tutorial and demo, and you’ll have the tools you need to utilize both SDK’s together to fully optimize your video workflow for today’s and tomorrow’s platforms.
This is the second in the two webinar series on Intel Media SDK and Intel® Quick Sync Video. If you missed the first webinar in the series, Hardware Acceleration with Intel® Media SDK and Intel® Quick Sync Video, it can be viewed here.
Thursday, November 15, 2012 @ 12:00 EST / 9:00 PST / 16:00 GMT
Ryan Tabrah Bio:
Ryan Tabrah is the Intel® Media SDK Product Manager with 15 years of media, storage, and security technologies experience. Ryan most recently led research efforts in Intel's Storage Technology Group on the effects of Intel SSD's and other NVM technologies combined with content creation and visual fidelity impact on video games. Prior to joining Intel in 2008, Ryan held engineering and business development positions in security software companies where he was the lead technical resource for several of the largest and most successful commercial PKI installations in North America and Europe. Ryan holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science and Communication from Oregon State University.
Petter Larsson Bio:
Petter Larsson is a Senior SW Engineer working on the Intel Media SDK product. Petter has 15 years of SW development and enabling on both PC and mobile platforms with experience in media, embedded development and SW development for energy efficiency. Petter has a M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering.
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