Media SDK pour Windows*

Learn about the Significance of HEVC (H.265) Codec

HEVC (H.265) was first supported in the Intel Generation 6 processor (aka Skylake). It delivers the most efficient and smartest compression, making Ultra-High Density (4K and 8K) content a reality. To optimize your code to take advantage of HEVC decoding and encoding, take a look at the Intel Media SDK and the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications.

Ускорение разработки приложений мультимедиа с помощью Visual Coding Framework

Intel® Corporation has just introduced a new revolutionary Intel® INDE beta feature Called Visual Coding Framework (VCF). VCF empowers developers with a high productivity and performance option for creation of visual computing centric applications via a drag and drop graph framework. This graph framework exposes simple but powerful access to many media capabilities using a range of end to end functional components. VCF features a visual design paradigm using flow graphs and delivers a runtime and SDK which supports execution on both GPU and CPU. Developers can design and prototype fully functional Android* or Windows* (or both) media workloads using the VCF Designer user interface.

Перспективные форматы видео. Новое направление

This past week, Intel announced its membership in the Alliance for Open Media. And with that, we reinforce our commitment to open formats and announce our efforts for delivering the next generation of video coding tools. With founding partners Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Netflix, the Alliance for Open Media is collaborating to develop the next generation video formats that will reduce the end user cost of video delivery by being optimized for the next generation processors.

Supercharge Media Application Development with Visual Coding Framework

Intel® Corporation has just introduced a new revolutionary Intel® INDE beta feature Called Visual Coding Framework (VCF). VCF empowers developers with a high productivity and performance option for creation of visual computing centric applications via a drag and drop graph framework. This graph framework exposes simple but powerful access to many media capabilities using a range of end to end functional components. VCF features a visual design paradigm using flow graphs and delivers a runtime and SDK which supports execution on both GPU and CPU. Developers can design and prototype fully functional Android* or Windows* (or both) media workloads using the VCF Designer user interface.

A Fresh Direction for Future Video Formats

This past week, Intel announced its membership in the Alliance for Open Media. And with that, we reinforce our commitment to open formats and announce our efforts for delivering the next generation of video coding tools. With founding partners Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Netflix, the Alliance for Open Media is collaborating to develop the next generation video formats that will reduce the end user cost of video delivery by being optimized for the next generation processors.

Visual Coding Framework (VCF) Beta Coming Soon!

Until now development of applications with audio and video required background knowledge of different SDKs and APIs, whether you wanted to create a workload for Windows* or Android* or for either platforms.

VCF is coming soon with the right tools to help you save time and resources with simple drag and drop interface for generating source code for media.

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