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An operation guide to build and debug open source Media SDK software stack

The Goal

Intel started the Media SDK + associated Linux graphics stack/driver open source project in 2017. Now developers can build the full set of the media software components to run Intel® Media SDK completely from open source repositories with the steps described in this article. Developers can run and debug their media applications with source access to the full stack.

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  • Estudiantes
  • Linux*
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  • Servidor
  • C/C++
  • Intermedio
  • Intel® Media Server Studio
  • Intel® Media Server Studio Essentials Edition
  • Intel® Media Server Studio Professional Edition
  • Depuración
  • Herramientas de desarrollo
  • Gráficos
  • Procesamiento de medios
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