Quick Installation Guide for Media SDK on Windows with Intel® INDE

Intel® INDE provides a comprehensive toolset for developing Media applications targeting both CPU and GPUs, enriching the development experience of a game or media developer. Yet, if you got used to work with the legacy Intel® Media SDK or if you just want to get started using those tools quickly, you can follow these steps and install only the Media SDK components of Intel® INDE.

Go to the Intel® INDE Web page, select the edition you want to download and hit Download link:

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