I am beginner in Intel media SDK. I am trying to run sample examples given in this
On my set up i am able to run simple_session example which has printed output like this-
libva info: VA-API version 0.35.0
Thank you very much first;
Does Intel Media SDK(188.8.131.528) support encode h264 by hardware accelerate in HD530 within 6th core i5 6400?
I didn't found hd graphics with 6th core can be supported, but I still want to make sure from you, thank you very much;
The Media SDK 2014 Developer's Guide states that MSDK 2014 supports container split/muxing or de-multiplexing and multiplexing. However, I can't find any API functions related to container multiplexing and de-multiplexing in the SDK API Reference Manual (API version 1.16).
I'm using INDE 2015.2.027 and Media Samples 184.108.40.206 to try HEVC hardware encoding, but the bitstream I got was totally wrong.
Intel Core i5 6600K, and Windows 10 64-bit Home edition. The driver is latest win64_15407.4279.exe, which should be suitable to HD Graphics 530 in Skylake.
The command line is much like this:
sample_encode.exe h265 -hw -p 6fadc791a0c2eb479ab6dcd5ea9da347 -i test.yuv -o test.h265 -w 1920 -h 1080
I am reading about Intel Media SDK from last 5 days but not able to start working with it, to stream frames for Encode/Decode in VC++, please help me with starter example. I have already linked it's lib to VC++ project and included Media SDK headers to it. Guide me please/
Is possible to use Intel core generation 6 with SDK 2015 R6? I'm amazing, because gen 6 are not listed in the Release Notes. If not, when to expect support for gen 6?
I am trying to encode nv12 source file to H264 and it's working fine as long as I am using system memory.
When adding -d3d switch, the sample_encode crashes when the external allocator is trying to unlock the surface.